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Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
use
information
effectively
in
a
range
of
contexts
and
create
new
knowledge
and
understanding
through
writing
and
literacy
skills
and
the
process
of
research
and
inquiry.
Technical
skills
and
knowledge
Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
use
engage
with
and
draw
upon
extensive
technical
knowledge
and
skills
effectively,
efficiently
and
professionally
across
a
range
of
contexts
and
disciplines.
Documentation,
techniques
of
representation
and
communication
Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
recognise
and
value
communication
as
a
tool
for
negotiating
and
creating
new
understanding,
interacting
with
others,
and
furthering
their
own
learning.
Design,
planning
and
problem
solving
Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
critically
and
creatively
design,
innovate
and
solve
problems
using
diverse
skills
and
knowledge
in
a
range
of
contexts.
Theoretical,
social
and/or
historic
engagement
Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
critically
and
contextually
draw
upon
an
extensive
body
of
historical
theoretical,
social
and
political
knowledge
when
thinking
through
ideas
and
issues.
Professionalism:
Social
and
environmental
ethics
Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
hold
personal
values
and
beliefs
consistent
with
their
role
as
responsible
members
of
local,
national,
international
and
professional
communities.
Professionalism:
Collaboration
and
practice
Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
have
an
understanding
of
collaborative
practice
and
professional
procedure,
financial,
legal
and
practice
management.
3.
ASSESSMENT
TASKS
ASSESSMENT
SUMMARY
Assessment
Name
Team‐
based?
Weight
Due
Outcomes
Assessed
Essay
No

50%
22/4/13
11:59pm
1,2
Critical
Analysis

No

50%
7/6/13
11:59pm
1,2
ASSESSMENT
DESCRIPTION
Assignment
1
‐
(50%)
Essay
“Colour
meanings
and
symbolic
associations
are
not
universal
and
often
vary
among
individuals
as
well
as
across
different
cultures
and
sub‐cultures.”

Write
a
750‐word
essay
conveying
your
understanding
of
a
particular
colour
and
how
it’s
meaning
can
vary
amongst
individuals,
cultures
and
or
sub‐cultures.

Use
High‐quality
scholarly,
evidence‐based
information
to
support
your
information.

Submit
as
a
fully
referenced
(APA
format)
essay
of
no
more
then
750
words.

Assignment
1
Due
22
April
11:59pm