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DESCRIPTION OF THE TASK – WHAT YOU ARE BEING ASKED TO DO
You are required to produce an e-portfolio of five documents (word format) which will demonstrate your learning from the module in relation to:
1. The cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management
2. The importance of peer-to-peer support and team working to enhance the learning experience
3. How this learning (in 1 and 2) will impact further studies and your future career
4. How you will practise and apply what you have learnt
5. A personal audit presented as a SWOT analysis
Each of the five documents should be 300 words (approx.)
You must reference all information used in the report, using the Harvard Referencing Guide ensuring that you use a minimum of 5 academic sources -see additional resource materials in moodle.
Notes:
1. The task requirement is an e-portfolio of documents, not an essay, report or reflective journal. You may write therefore in the active voice and in the first person.
2. Where you have used any sources, please ensure that the correct Canterbury Harvard Referencing conventions* are followed.
3. It is recommended that you use the appropriate e-portfolio template provided below.
4. Include your student ID number, module name, tutor name, academic year/group bubble in your cover page which should be the first page of your essay
*Please refer to the Canterbury Harvard Referencing Guide.

Portfolio – 1500 words +/-10%.
The guidance below sets out the requirements of the task and a suggested structure for the portfolio
Front cover – student ID number, module name, tutor name and academic year/group bubble.
The following five documents should be 300 words (approx.) each and demonstrate your learning from the module in relation to the following areas:
1. The cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management
2. The importance of peer-to-peer support and team working to enhance learning experience
3. How this learning (in 1 and 2 above) will impact further studies and your future career
4. How you will practise and apply what you have learnt
5. A personal audit presented as a SWOT analysis
1. Cultural and behavioural expectations – in this section, describe in detail your personal learning of the cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management e.g. ‘prior to attending the module, I had some awareness of behavioural expectations, however, I have come to understand what culture is and how it influences students’ behaviour.’

2. The importance of peer-to-peer support and team working – in this section, describe in detail your learning in relation to peer-to-peer support and team-working to enhance the learning experience e.g. ‘on this module, I learnt for the first time about peer-to-peer learning as I had previously thought that I would only learn from the tutors and not from fellow students.’

3. How the learning will impact further studies and future career – in this section, describe how your learning of the cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management and the importance of peer-to-peer support and team working will impact your further studies and future career e.g. ‘from my learning of the cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management, I have developed professional conduct which guides my behaviour and interactions with fellow students, tutors and staff. As I plan to work as a hospitality manager in future, I will be guided by this professional conduct.’

4. How you will practise and apply what you have learnt – in this section, describe how you will practise what you have learnt in relation to the cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management and the importance of peer-to-peer support and team working e.g. ‘I will practise what I have learnt in relation to the cultural and behavioural expectations of studying for a degree in business management by ensuring timeliness and maintaining professional courtesy to my colleagues and staff at all times.’

A. Personal audit presented as a SWOT Analysis – in this section:
Identify your personal strengths, weaknesses in relation to your learning and student journey.
Identify the opportunities that would be open to you on the gaining of skills and completion of your degree.
Identify any threats envisaged in relation to your attainment of the opportunities identified.

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