So here’s the best I could come up with in terms of helping students to avoid some of the unnecessary pitfalls when it comes to drafting their Section B of their Citizenship Projects, which is worth the Lion’s Share of the marks (45/100). I hope you find it useful…
To make it a little easier, you should download the handout, https://polsocpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/citizenship-project-section-b-handout.pdf so that you don’t have to try and read the contents off the screen (especially if you’re watching this over your phone!
As ever, it’s only my own best judgment of what’s happening and how they have been marked, combined with a fair amount of “reverse engineering” of the projects my own students have submitted. Hopefully they’ll be of use to students who are stranded due to Covid-19… All they need is the link and a smart phone for this to work for them…
I deliberately didn’t mention that you could talk about how Covid-19 impacted your project in your “Critical Evaluation of Action Plan” section, because we don’t know how the SEC are going to react to this, but it seems perfectly reasonable to me that if you were unable to complete certain elements of the action, you can talk about that in your ‘Section B’ – though if I hear any more on that, I’ll be sure to update you as soon as I can.
Best of luck with your submission!
(definitely not an April Fool… just sayin’)