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Understanding your peer graded assignment brief


What is a Peer Graded Assignment?

Peer Graded Assignments steps have been designed specifically for ExpertTracks to provide you with a chance to develop a deeper insight into the quality of your work through the review of your course peers.

What happens in a Peer Graded Assignment?

We suggest that you download the template provided at the bottom of the page and create your assignment in the downloaded template. This would give you the opportunity to perfect your ideas and to check that you have completed all the sections required. You may wish to review parts of this course or do some other research before submitting and sharing with your course peers.

When you have completed your assignment, you can move to the next step, where you’ll submit your responses to five Task Prompts by typing or pasting into the submission boxes.

Review and grade two submissions from other learners. You will be asked to review, and grade two submissions form other learners using the marking criteria provided.

Check back later to view your grade. You will be notified by email when your grade is ready.

Assignment summary:

This week we have been talking about the different channels that can be used in marketing. You also looked at a case study with regards to channel mapping. Use the knowledge gained from the case study to complete a channel map.

Your assignment

Now that you are familiar with channel mapping, you are encouraged to complete the channel mapping table for a champaign of a brand or organisation with which you are familiar, for peer grading.

Assignment Requirements

This assignment is in three tasks. In the submission step you will see a prompt to submit three tasks. You need to identify at least four possible channels and indicate if it the channels was used or not as well as if it was used why it was used to get the total amount of points allocated to the task.

Task Prompt 1: List the channels identified for the channel name sections of the template to the text field below. (1 point)

Task Prompt 2: Indicate if the channels identified were used or not by add the name of the channel and yes or no next to it to complete the Yes /No sections of the template to the text field below. (1 point)

Task Prompt 3: For the channels that were used add the name of the channel and a reason why the channel was used to the text field below. (1 point)

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