Individual Assignment Help OF ASS 202
ACC 202 Individual Assignment
Assessment Type: Written Submission
Requirements Research, reflection, writing
Length guide: Approximately 1200 words (+/–10% tolerance)
Assessment Weighting: 30% of the overall mark for the subject
Due Date Sunday, 11:55 pm (end of Week 11)
Any student may receive an extension of up to one week. To obtain an extension, email the Subject Coordinator, Lee Ridge, prior to the due date requesting an extension and providing your reasons. Extensions greater than one week require a formal application through the PIA system
To complete the assignment, please refer to the following readings, which are available on the subject Moodle site (see “Assignment resources” folder):
- Cooper C (2020). “Business risks of ignoring climate change.” In the Black (April): 36– 39.
- Courtenay A (2019). “Standard-bearers.” In the Black (December): 34–37.
- Purcell J (2018). “Australian Government targets modern slavery.” In the Black, August: 8–9.
- McWilliams K (2018). “Putting climate change risk on the balance sheet.” Acuity, December, 25.
Prepare an essay that discusses and provides a critical reflection on current issues and practices relating to accounting, and possible future developments in accounting.
Address the requirements outlined below in a flowing and integrated discussion and analysis of current issues and future developments in accounting. Include a brief introduction and conclusion.
Present your work neatly; you may use sections and subheadings if you choose to do so.
Each submission must also include a signed and scanned student declaration form. See the subject Moodle page for a copy.
The essay file should be uploaded as a Word or PDF file.
You must upload both the signed and scanned academic integrity student declaration form (scanned, PDF or image) and the fully completed essay (Word document or PDF) to Turnitin. Make sure you complete the “Submit for grading” process.
Marks of ACC 202 Individual Assignment help
|1: Summary of selected articles||300||10|
|2: Discussion of current practices and issues||300||10|
|3: Discussion of future developments||300||10|
|4: Reflective discussion||300||10|
|Note: Total word count (+/–10% tolerance)
(excluding headings, citations, and reference list
|A: Quality and clarity of writing and presentation
(including integration of discussion)
|B: Use of additional resources
(including citation and referencing)
|TOTAL MARKS (to be scaled to a final mark out of 20)||60|