You can use some or all of the lifestyle measurement tools you used in tutorial classes T3-5 in Weeks 4-6 (e.g. 24hour recall of vegetable intake food diary IPAQ DASS etc.). You may also choose to use other lifestyle measurement tools (preferably those that are validated by evidence) not covered in classes.

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You can use some or all of the lifestyle measurement tools you used in tutorial classes T3-5 in Weeks 4-6 (e.g. 24hour recall of vegetable intake food diary IPAQ DASS etc.). You may also choose to use other lifestyle
measurement tools (preferably those that are validated by evidence) not covered in classes.

Nutrition and Health S2 2015
Nutrition Project Guide and Marking Rubric
Due date: Sunday 27 September 11:59PM
From the Course Outline:
General guidelines and topic:

You are to assess and critically analyse your diet and wider lifestyle behaviours in this project.

The focus is NUTRITION and you focus on the analysis/analyses of your nutrition habits.

You have to use evidence to support your statements! Especially peer-reviewed journal articles. We suggest
that you use a minimum of 5 journal articles and 3 other reliable grey literature sources such as government
websites (this recommended number is different for each assignment). Remember that Week 3s lecture and
tutorial focused on scientific evidence citing and referencing. Also like with the other 2 assignments you
need to reference images. Dont hyperlink images in this assignment (you are only allowed to hyperlink in the
blog assignment) instead either list the image source (i.e. web address) below the image (you can use this
resource to shorten long web links if you want to: or cite/reference the images as Sophia
did in Week 3s lecture using letters e.g. [A]. If the image is your own please state that in a caption beneath
the image.

This assessment has an emphasis on learning outcome 3.

You can use some or all of the lifestyle measurement tools you used in tutorial classes T3-5 in Weeks 4-6 (e.g. 24hour recall of vegetable intake food diary IPAQ DASS etc.). You may also choose to use other lifestyle
measurement tools (preferably those that are validated by evidence) not covered in classes.

You will submit a Word or pdf document via Turnitin/Moodle.

A suggested structure for your project is outlined below. The main section headings are mandatory (e.g.
Background Methods) but you can decide what you include within each main section. Remember to keep
the Marking Rubric on page 2 in mind and to cite references throughout.
o Title of your choice
o Background: things that you could include: nutrition/lifestyle influences on health types of nutrients/foods
determinants of (your) food and drink intake/wider lifestyle habits what are guidelines for nutrition/physical
activity nutrition/lifestyle assessment methods: how why limitations?
Nutrition Project Guide and Marking Rubric page: 1 of 2
GENM0707 Nutrition and Health S2 2015
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Methods: How you assessed your own nutrition/lifestyle habits. Include some or all details of your
assessment activities in the tutorials e.g. the 3-day food diary that you completed. With this food diary you
can estimate your daily intakes of energy in kJ and/or macro- or micronutrients that you are interested in. If
you used an app to do your food diary this information may have been calculated automatically but if
you recorded your food and drink intake on paper then you can estimate nutrient intakes using
database/s accessed via this website:
http://www.foodstandards.gov.au/science/monitoringnutrients/pages/default.aspx
Results: of your nutrition/lifestyle assessments. Just outline the main aspects of your assessment/s. There is no
need for all the detail and we dont want any appendices. 24/8/15: YOU CAN NOW INCLUDE APPENDICES
E.G. APPENDIX 1 FOOD DIARY; ETC.
Discussion: What how and why do you eat and drink what you do? How does this compare to
guidelines/the rest of the Australian population (if you are an international student you can pick
guidelines/food intake data from your home country)? Are guidelines accurate? How does your lifestyle
influence your health? How does this affect your future?
Word count: not including reference list but yes including citations and tables.
Reference list
Marking Rubric:
This assignment is worth 30% of your overall GENM0707 grade.
0%
Inadequate
content lacking
relevant content
no focus on
nutrition
1/5% or 2/10%
Poor content
relevance focus
2/5% or 4/10%
Some good
content
relevance focus
3/5% or 6/10%
Moderate content
relevance focus
4/5% or 8/10%
Good content
relevance focus
5/5% or 10/10%
Excellent content
all content
provided relevant
focus is on
nutrition
Understanding 10%
of your own nutrition (and wider lifestyle)
behaviours: why do you do what you do and
how does this relate to the rest of the
population/guidelines? What effects do your
behaviours have on your health? I.e. WHY?
Lack of
understanding; no
insight into
reasons behind
effects of and
inter-relationships
of
nutrition/lifestyle
behaviours; no
comparison with
population
intakes/guidelines
Poor
understanding
insight
comparison
Some
understanding
insight
comparison
Moderate
understanding
insight
comparison
Good
understanding
insight
comparison
Evidence and referencing
10%
Use of information sources from a wide range
of reliable evidence with an emphasis on peerreviewed journal articles; accurate citations and
reference list
Overall impression including flow (e.g. clarity
how clear is your organisation of the content?)
layout (does your document look nice and
tidy?) spelling and grammar word count
5%
Inadequate
evidence;
inappropriate/lack
of referencing
Poor evidence and
referencing
Some ok evidence;
some referencing
Moderate
evidence;
moderate
referencing
Good evidence
and referencing
Excellent
understanding;
advanced insight
into reasons
behind effects of
and interrelationships of
nutrition/lifestyle
behaviours;
extensive
comparison with
population
intakes/guidelines
Excellent evidence
and referencing
Unsatisfactory
overall impression
confusing messy
lots of errors in
spelling and
grammar much
too long/short
Poor overall
impression
somewhat
confusing a bit
messy some
errors in spelling
and grammar too
long/short
Below average but
ok overall
impression not
clear enough
parts messy a few
errors in spelling
and grammar a bit
long/short
Moderate /
average overall
impression clear
enough tidy
enough minimal
errors spelling and
grammar nearly
there on word
length
Good overall
impression
clear tidy no
errors in spelling
and grammar spot
on with word
length
Excellent overall
impression
incredibly clear
very tidy no errors
in spelling and
grammar spot on
with word length
Content 5%
describing your own nutrition/lifestyle
behaviours including analysis of data with a
focus on your nutrition habits i.e. WHAT?
Total 30%
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