Social Action Plan
Part A – Written Report
Part A of the Social Action plan needs to include the following:
1. Background to the Issue
This includes, but is not limited to a description of the issue, why it is important, whom it affects, and the costs to society of
inaction. This section should also include a description of the company/group that has been chosen to address the issue.
2. Objectives of the Action Plan
In this section, groups should outline the key objectives of the action plan. In doing so, students should demonstrate
awareness of the viability and practicality of the objectives involved, and the availability of resources to meet the said objectives.
3. Proposed Actions
Each objective should be broken down into a set of implementable action points.
4. Anticipated Outcomes
Each action point from Section 3 above is required to have a set of measurable anticipated outcomes associated with it.
5 Timelines and resources required
The anticipated completion date for each action, and the resources required to complete them are to be described in this
6. Key Risks
In this section, groups need to demonstrate that they are aware of any potential risks and downside associated with each of
the action points.
7. Evaluation Method
Here students are expected to describe the methods to be used to evaluate the progress of each action point against the
stated objectives and anticipated outcomes (Sections 2 and 4 respectively). Groups should also include when the evaluation is going to be undertaken, assuming that the action points will have varying timelines associated with them.
8. Finally, each group is required to summarise the Social Action Plan into the following table, and attach it as an appendix to the report (It does not form part of the word count)
Part B – Presentation or Campaign Video (Due date: Week 12 classes)
Groups are expected to present their respective Social Action Plan tables to the rest of the class. This needs to be done in an engaging and professional manner, and should be conducted in a PowerPoint presentation and/or Campaign video format.
Each group must present for 20 mins in total, including questions. Each member of the group will need to present for 4 mins and each student will receive an individual mark based on the presentation.
All students will be provided with peer feedback. During presentations/videos, students will be providing feedback using the grading rubric (provided). The feedback will be anonymous, and will be collated and provided back to each group.
Guidelines for the in class- presentation
• Groups of 5 students (some regional classes may define groups of a different size)
• All students are required to present. Each student is responsible to speak for at least 4mins
Guidelines for Campaign Video
• Each group member to present for an equal length of time (4 mins)
• The video must be 20 mins in total, with each member of the group presenting. Students who present a video will also have question time in class (2 mins)
• Videos must be uploaded on desktop computer. Please make sure the video link(s) work before class. Failure to do this may result in deduction of marks.
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