4000 word essay globalisation society and education policy

4000-word Assessment.<Use 20 references>.(students will be required to submit a 4000-word essay, drawing heavily on material developed and shared through the seminar sessions, which demonstrates their ability to critique a particular policy development/initiative of their own choosing.)I will provide some references.

When writing, the structure of the whole essay should run as: ‘tell the reader what you are going to say; say it; tell the reader what you have said.’ In essence this is: introduction; main part; conclusion

The policy can be on any education matter.(You can choose one education policy from:www.gov.uk). And, provide an official English document of this educational policy.Maybe it can be add into another word file.

😁 4000-Word Essay need to write:

1. The candidate has drawn from the literature to critically examine theories of educational policy making.

2. The candidate has critical examined the ways in which policy at the global and national level has influenced local decision-making.

3. The candidates have developed their ability to critically examine policy for the ways in which it is enacted and positioned.

4. The candidates have synthesised theories of policy change with current policy developments.

😁 The essay must:

  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the policy in question
  • Critically evaluate the policy and its possible/actual effects
  • Demonstrate ability to critically examine policy for the ways in which it is enacted and positioned.
  • Synthesise theories of policy change with current policy developments.
    😁 Other things to remember:
    • The level is masters, so we are looking for focus and depth.
    • Remember to define your terms very precisely and make sure that you engage with deep criticality.
    • There is not scope within 4000 words to cover much, so resist the temptation to add in things.
    • If you find that you have not written enough words, then this is probably because you have not gone into enough depth; it is unlikely that you have simply run out of things to say.
    • The number of words can range between 3600 and 4400. If you are at the lower end, then you have probably not done enough.
    • There is no set amount of references that you should aim for, but remember, every time you make an assertion you should reinforce this with a reference. The only caveat here is when you are explaining your own ideas that have arisen from the literature.
    • The structure is up to you; how you decide to approach the essay is your own choice.
    • Do remember, though, that you will be expected to signpost throughout the essay. What this means is that you will be expected to indicate to the reader what has been said and where the essay is going next. The introduction is very important here.
    • When writing, the structure of the whole essay should run as: ‘tell the reader what you are going to say; say it; tell the reader what you have said.’ In essence this is: introduction; main part; conclusion
    • Make sure that spelling, grammar and punctuation are correct. It is a shame to lose marks for such things. If in doubt, get someone to proof read, or visit the Study Advice Service.

    Thank you very much!

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