Red and Yellow Assignments 2022/2023 – The Management of the Red and Yellow has announced on the official website the student assignment and the necessary are listed thereof; Red and Yellow Assessment timetables, Red and Yellow Assignments Deadline, Red and Yellow Assignment Due Date, Red and Yellow Assignment Materials, Red and Yellow General Guide.
Red and Yellow Assignment Materials
Before you start your assignment, these are the materials to get from your lecturer, click to see
Red and Yellow Assignments General Writing Guide
Planning your assignment will help you get focused and keep you on track.
ANALYZE THE QUESTION:
Before you can answer a question, you need to know what it means. Read it slowly and carefully, and try to understand what’s expected of you. Ask yourself:
- What’s the question about? What’s the topic?
- What does the question mean?
- What do I have to do?
DRAFT AN OUTLINE:
Drafting an outline will give you a structure to follow when it comes to writing your assignment. The type of assignment you are doing will give you a broad structure, but you should also check the question and marking schedule, as they will help you understand how the lecturer expects the topic to be structured, what must be included, and which sections are worth the most marks.
From there you can create your outline, using headings and gaps for the information you have to fill in.
Most of the assignments you will have to do are essays, which generally follow the same basic structure:
- Introduction (+ 10% of the assignment)
- Discussion (+ 80% of the assignment)
- Conclusion (+ 10% of the assignment)
Before you start writing, you need to research your topic and find relevant and reliable information. You will find some in your course materials and recommended readings, but you can also try:
- the Open Polytechnic Library.
- your local public library.
- talking to experts.
- online sources.
Once you’ve found the information you need it’s time to bring it all together and write your assignment.
EDIT AND PROOFREAD:
Once you’ve written your assignment, you can improve it by editing and proofreading, but before you do take a break. Even a short break helps you to get some distance from your work so that you can check your assignment with a fresh eye.
Red and Yellow Assignment Due Date
Below are the assessment timetables for the various faculties. These timetables are updated as new information becomes available. Please check back regularly to ensure that you have the most recent information.