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The Individual Project

Quiz by Helena Palombo

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  • Q1
    What type of title do you need to come up with for your Individual Project?
    A question
    A statement
    A fact
    A description
  • Q2
    Where should the abstract come in your report?
    In the middle of the report
    Before the conclusion
    Before the aims and objectives
    After the title
  • Q3
    What is the difference between an aim and an objective?
    An objective is what you want to achieve and an aim is the next step to be taken to achieve this.
    An aim summarises your resources and an objective is a list of resources used
    An aim is what you want to achieve, while objectives are what you will do to achieve them
    An aim is a deadline for a task and an objective is unrelated to this aim
  • Q4
    What is a citation?
    A citation tells the reader of your report that certain information came from another source and also gives the information necessary to find that source again.
    A list of resources used
    A page number
    An diagram
  • Q5
    What is the title of the referencing system you must use for your Individual Project report?
    Normas ABNT
    Chicago Referencing
    Harvard Referencing
  • Q6
    Which of the following is a suitable way to check a resource is reliable?
    Use information from Wikipedia
    Choose a book in the college library
    Check who the author is and the date of the publication
    Check the title of the resource
  • Q7
    Which of the following is plagiarism?
    Expressing a view on a subject
    Writing about something that is commonly known, without citing where you got the idea or information from
    Using the ideas expressed by someone on a website and putting it into your own words, without citing where you got the ideas from
    Making up information that you know is not true
  • Q8
    What information do you include in a conclusion?
    An introduction to your report
    A list of resources used
    A review of resources used
    A summary of the answers to all your aims and objectives
  • Q9
    In your bibliography you must include which of the following...?
    A list of all the resources used including websites, YouTube videos, newspaper articles, books and journals
    A list of just the websites used
    An evaluation of your resources used
    A list of possible resources to use
  • Q10
    Once you have finished writing the first draft of your report, what should you do next?
    Proof-read your work carefully before submitting it for marking
    Submit your work to be marked
    Make a start on another assignment
    Put your feet up and relax

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