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在你的书面评估任务中,你应该:
•比较和对比两名能够影响改变的领导者,以解决你在你的角色中所遇到的棘手问题
•分析和评估每个领导者在这个问题上的行动,确保解决以下问题:
1,他们面临哪些挑战?作出改变的阻拦是什么?
2,领导者采取了/正在采取什么行动?它们的效果如何?(评估/分析/比较),他们还能做什么?他们能做些什么不同的事情?
•根据你的分析,为未来的行动提出建议。
你的个人书面评估任务不应超过1500字。它应该充分引用,使用你选择的认可的参考系统。

这是你如何构造IWAT的一个建议。它应该是一个建议,而不是为了束缚你的发挥。下面列出的结构使用了小标题。如果你愿意,你可以使用副标题来帮助你组织你的文章,但你不是必须要这样做。
这个任务的字数限制是1500字。下面的建议结构包括每个部分的建议字数。再次强调,请记住这只是提供指导;你不需要严格地遵守它,只要你最后的作品不超过1500字的字数限制(+ 10%的浮动)。
引言(约200字)
你的任务是比较和对比两名能够影响改变的领导者,而这两名领导者可以解决你在你的文章中所研究的棘手问题。所以,在介绍的时候,你需要明确你在和谁进行比较以及为什么。

为此,你需要:

•提到你的领导正在解决的问题。这就是你们比较领导人行动的背景。它必须清晰、简短。
这个问题一定是你在你的ePoster里检查的那个问题。
你不需要重复你的作者的内容。你的读者/标记者只需要理解问题是什么以及它为什么重要。
几句话就可以了。
o确保所提供的参考资料是针对原始资料的,而不是你的作者。
•介绍两位领导者,他们对这个问题的反应,你将比较并证明你的选择。为什么你在所有你可以选择的领导人中选择了这两个?为什么它们是好的比较对象?比较它们可以学到什么?
o你可以提到在这个问题上能够影响变化的不同领导者的范围,以帮助你证明为什么你选择关注这两个特别的人。
领导者(800字左右)
这是你论文的主体。在其中,你需要解决这些部分的任务简介:
•分析和评估每个领导者在这个问题上的行动,确保解决以下问题:
o他们面临哪些挑战?改变的障碍是什么?
o领导者采取了/正在采取什么行动?它们的效果如何?(评估/分析/比较/对比)
传统上,比较/对比文章可以用两种方式来组织——根据主题——在这种情况下是领导者——或者根据个人观点。对于这个评估任务,我们建议你由领导者来组织,先讨论一个,然后再讨论另一个,依次为每个领导者解决上述问题。例如:
领导人A
•挑战/障碍
•操作/有效性
领导人B
•挑战/障碍
•操作/有效性
记住,你需要分析和评估每个领导者的行动,并比较和对比这些行动,以及他们所面临的适当的障碍/挑战。当你写关于领导者B的文章时,你可以注意到领导者B和领导者A是如何相似/不同的。你可以用你的语言来表达这一点。请参阅下面的附加信息,了解如何使用合适的短语。
总结(300字左右)
在你分析了每位领导人之后,你需要把他们放在一起,在总结段落中找出两位领导人主要的相似点和不同点。在本节中,您还应该从任务概要中解决这个问题:

他们还能做什么呢?他们能做些什么不同的事情呢?
如果合适,你也可以:
•找出哪位领导最有效率,以及原因
•确定每个领导者都能从对方身上学到什么
•确定两国领导人可以合作的方式,以便在未来更好地解决这个问题
推荐与建议(200字左右)
为了完成你的任务,你需要解决任务描述中的最后一点:

•根据您的分析,为未来的行动提出建议

你的建议需要基于你对两位领导人的分析,所以不应该有任何让读者感到惊讶的事情。

In your Written Assessment Task you should:

  • Compare and contrast two leaders who can influence change in relation to the wicked problem you examined in your ePoster
  • Analyse and evaluate the actions of each leader in relation to this problem, making sure to address the following questions:
    • What are the challenges they face? What are the barriers to change?
    • What actions have leaders taken/are they taking? How effective have they been? (evaluate/analyse/compare)
    • What more could they do? What could they do differently?
  • Make recommendations for future action based on your analysis.

Your Individual Written Assessment Task should be no more than 1500 words.  It should be fully referenced, using a recognised referencing system of your choice.

This is one suggestion for how you might structure your IWAT. It is meant to be a guide, not a strait-jacket. The structure set out below uses sub-headings.  You can use sub-headings to help you organise your writing if you wish, but you don’t have to.

The word limit for this task is 1500 words.  The suggested structure below includes suggested word counts for each section. Again, remember this is provided for guidance only; you don’t have to stick to it rigidly, as long as your final piece of work doesn’t exceed the word limit of 1500 words (+ 10% buffer).

Introduction (200 words approx.)

Your task is to compare and contrast two leaders who can influence change in relation to the wicked problem you examined in your ePoster.  So, in the Introduction you need to make clear exactly what/who it is you’re comparing/contrasting and why. 

To do that you need to:

  • Mention the problem your leaders are addressing.  This is the context for your comparison of the leaders’ actions. It needs to be clear, and brief
  • The problem must be the one you examined in your ePoster.
  • You don’t need to repeat the content of your ePoster.  Your reader/marker just needs to understand whatthe problem is and why it matters.
  • A couple of sentences will do.
  • Make sure any references provided are to the source material, and not your ePoster.
  • Introduce the two leaders whose responses to this problem you’re going to compare and justify your choice.  Why have you chosen these two leaders out of all the leaders you might have chosen? Why are they good ones to compare? What might be learnt from comparing them? 
  • You can mention the range of different leaders who can influence change in relation to this problem, in order to help you justify why you’ve chosen to focus on these two in particular.

Leaders (800 words approx.)

This is the main body of your work. In it you need to address these parts of the task brief:

  • Analyse and evaluate the actions of each leader in relation to this problem, making sure to address the following questions:
  • What are the challenges they face? What are the barriers to change?
  • What actions have leaders taken/are they taking? How effective have they been? (evaluate/analyse/compare/contrast)

Traditionally, compare/contrast essays can be structured in one of two ways – by subject – in this case leaders – or by individual points.  For this Assessment task, we recommend that you structure by leader, discussing first one and then the other, working through the questions above for each leader in turn.  For example:

Leader A

  • Challenges/barriers
  • Actions/effectiveness

Leader B 

  • Challenges/barriers
  • Actions/effectiveness

Remember that you need to analyse and evaluate the actions of each leader, and compare and contrast those actions, and the barriers/challenges they face as appropriate. As you write about Leader B you can draw attention to how Leader B is similar to/different from Leader A.  You can signal this in the language you use. See additional resources section below for guidance on suitable phrases to use.

Conclusion (300 words approx.)

After you have analysed each leader, you need to bring the two together in a concluding paragraph, which should pull out the key similarities and differences between the two leaders. In this section you should also address this question from the task brief:

  •  
  • What more could they do? What could they do differently?

If appropriate, you could also:

  • Identify which leader has been most effective, and why
  • Identify what each leader could learn from the other
  • Identify ways in which the two leaders could collaborate to better address the problem in the future

Recommendations (200 words approx.)

To finish off your assignment, you need to address the final bullet point in the task description:

  • Make recommendations for future action based on your analysis

Your recommendations need to be rooted in your analysis of the two leaders, so there shouldn’t be anything that comes as a surprise to your reader.