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Not copy the facts of the question and include them in their assignment unnecessarily. • Identify the exact number of words in their problem solving exercise on the first page of their assignment. If it is found that a student has inaccurately recorded the total number of words and they are found to be over the word limit, material contained in the body of the assignment that appears over the word limit will not be marked. • Reference in accordance with APA (see www.citewrite.qut.edu.au for further information on this referencing style) – but follow the style below for cases/legislation (see also the assignment FAQ document). • Attach a complete reference list of sources (not included in the 1600 word limit) (see www.citewrite.qut.edu.au for information on what should be included). o Referencing Cases: When referencing cases in-text, you only need to include the name of the case (e.g. Donoghue v Stevenson). In your reference list, you are required to include the full legal citation (e.g. Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] AC 562). (Note: If cases are referred to in textbooks, you will sometimes find the full citations in the endnotes or footnotes of the relevant chapter of that text, or in the table of cases at the beginning of the book.) o Referencing Legislation: To reference legislation in-text, you need to include the name of the Act and section number (e.g. Coroners Act, s 43). In your reference list, you need to use the full legal citation (e.g. Coroners Act 1958 (Qld)). (Note: If legislation is referred to in textbooks, you will sometimes find the full citation in the endnotes or footnotes of the relevant chapter of that text.) o Referencing the Codes: The Codes are published sources and therefore, full references must be provided for the Codes. See www.citewrite.qut.edu.au for details (APA/public documents/standards and reference accordingly). • Not attach appendices to their problem solving exercise. • Use 12 pt, times new roman font with 1.5 spaci
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LWS101, Semester 1 2017 Assessment 2: Problem Solving Exercise Due date: 04 May 2017 (note that you must submit your assignment online, via the submission link, before midnight – late submissions will not be marked and you will be awarded a grade of 0). Weight: 40% Maximum Word Limit: 1600 words (this word limit includes all headings, in-text references, direct quotes, sections of the Codes but excludes the reference list and any cover sheet). Students must: • Not copy the facts of the question and include them in their assignment unnecessarily. • Identify the exact number of words in their problem solving exercise on the first page of their assignment. If it is found that a student has inaccurately recorded the total number of words and they are found to be over the word limit, material contained in the body of the assignment that appears over the word limit will not be marked. • Reference in accordance with APA (see www.citewrite.qut.edu.au for further information on this referencing style) – but follow the style below for cases/legislation (see also the assignment FAQ document). • Attach a complete reference list of sources (not included in the 1600 word limit) (see www.citewrite.qut.edu.au for information on what should be included). o Referencing Cases: When referencing cases in-text, you only need to include the name of the case (e.g. Donoghue v Stevenson). In your reference list, you are required to include the full legal citation (e.g. Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] AC 562). (Note: If cases are referred to in textbooks, you will sometimes find the full citations in the endnotes or footnotes of the relevant chapter of that text, or in the table of cases at the beginning of the book.) o Referencing Legislation: To reference legislation in-text, you need to include the name of the Act and section number (e.g. Coroners Act, s 43). In your reference list, you need to use the full legal citation (e.g. Coroners Act 1958 (Qld))….