Ow did the ethical and ideological views of the Soviets effect the design approch of El Lissitzky during the Russian revolution of 1917-1921?

Critical and Contextual Studies grading criteria

Mark range
CCS grading criterion
80 100 %
Work of outstandingly high quality. Extensive study and authoritative grasp of complex subject matter within a broad context. Analytical, critical, original, evidence-based arguments that critically engage with the most up-to-date debates, historiographical and theoretical positions. Concise, distinct and lucid writing style. Publishable.
78-79 %
A first class mark but with substantial originality and insight. Very few minor limitations.
73-77 %
A clear first class mark. Accurate and directly relevant to the subject and able to address the implications, assumptions and nuances of complex subject matter. Evidence of extensive study where appropriate. Significant independent thought and critical engagement with alternative viewpoints, historiographical and theoretical positions. Ability to sustain an argument with supporting evidence; to think analytically and critically; to select, interpret, synthesise and evaluate material effectively and place it within an appropriate context. Well structured with clear, concise and correct use of English, appropriate vocabulary and academic conventions. Some minor limitations.
70-72 %
The qualities of a first class mark but with more limitations.
68-69 %
An upper second mark but with greater insight and more independent thought.
63-67 %
A clear upper second. Accurate and directly relevant to the subject with a sound and above average understanding of concepts, method and content. Effective understanding and use of a range of relevant sources. Reveals independent thought, may offer some insight and originality, and shows understanding of alternative viewpoints, historiographical and theoretical positions. Clear evidence ofcritical judgement in selecting, interpreting, synthesising, ordering and analysing content. A generally coherent argument linked to an appropriate context. Written with a clear use of correct English, appropriate vocabulary and acceptable academic conventions.
60-62 %
Most of the qualities of an upper second mark but where critical judgement is less developed and there is less insight and independent thought.
58-59 %
A lower second class mark but with a greater degree of critical analysis and insight.
53-57 %
A clear lower second mark. A grasp of relevant material. An understanding of key concepts and an ability to select, analyse, interpret, synthesise and construct arguments with supporting evidence and an awareness of context. Includes some critical analysis, a modest degree of independent thought and may show some awareness of alternative viewpoints, historiographical and theoretical posititions. Clearly written/presented with some use of appropriate vocabulary. No serious omissions or irrelevancies.
50-52 %
Many of the qualities of a clear lower second mark but less critical analysis and independence of thought.
48-49 %
Competent and suitably organised work demonstrating a reasonable level of understanding but lacking sufficient analysis and interpretation to warrant a lower second mark.
43-47 %
A clear third class mark. Shows a basic understanding of the subject matter and focuses narrowly on the question or topic. Uses a limited range of sources. Largely descriptive or narrative with little analytical or critical skill, inadequate supporting evidence and limited awareness of appropriate theoretical or historical context. There may be some misunderstanding of key concepts. The work may be flawed by omissions and irrelevance. There may be limitations in the selection, organisation and presentation of material and it may suffer from poor expression, limited subject-based vocabulary and inadequate use of academic conventions.
40-42 %
A third class mark but with limitations that justify only a threshold pass.
30-39 %
Achieves many of the learning outcomes required for a mark of 40% but falls short in one or more areas. Not a pass grade but warrants compensation.
0-29 %
A fail. Falls substantially short of the learning outcomes for compensation.
When to cite/reference?

Whenever you use any source of information for:

1. A direct quotation.
2. Paraphrasing an authors words.
3. Particular facts, theories, findings or ideas in an authors ideas.
4. Specific data or statisitcs.
5. Your Inspiration.