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ASSESSMENT PLAN

Academic Year

2014-2015

Course

Company Law

Course
Coordinator(s)

Tan Lay Hong

Pre-requisites

Business Law

Seminar Duration

4 hours per week

Lecture Duration

Semester/Trimester

Instructor(s)

Programme

Undergraduat
e

Fernandez Navprakash, Marc Wang

Introduction
This course on Company Law aims to provide students with a firm understanding of the legal and regulatory rules that govern companies and businesses in
Singapore. The objective is to provide students with a working knowledge of the substantive law governing key aspects of company formation, management
and control, finance, company rescue and corporate insolvency.
Assessment Plan
Learning Goal

Assessment
Method

Course Learning Objective


Our students should be able to understand the legal rules
applying to key aspects such as company formation,
management and control, finance, corporate rescue and
corporate insolvency; and be able to apply those rules to
real world case studies.

1 Assessment/Assignment-based rubric or Skill-based rubric.

Final examination

Data must be available for reporting specified learning goal(s).

Rubric1

Our students should be able to see the problems and


issues in company law, understand and articulate orally the
key rules pertaining to Company Law, and applying those
rules to the seminar case studies through class
participation

Class participation

Knowledge
Acquisition

Our students should be able to understand the basic


concepts and principles of Company Law and be assessed
through 2 quizzes.

Two Quizzes

Knowledge
Acquisition

Oral
Communication

Our students should be able to articulate their views


effectively and communicate well.

Good oral
presentation skills

Oral
Communication

Learning & Teaching Methods

Two 2-hour seminars per week


Case studies, NTUse-learning environment (edveNTUre), web-based legal database (http://statutes.agc.gov.sg)

Seminars commence in Week 1 and end in Week 13. Participants must read ahead for each session. The seminars assume that students have read the
materials for that week.
Course Assessments
Components

Marks

Individual/Group

Class participation

20

Individual

Two Quizzes

20

Individual

Final examination

60

Individual

Total

100

Recommended Readings/References
Victor Yeo, Joyce Lee, Pamela Hanrahan, Ian Ramsay, Geof Stapledon, Commercial Application of Company Law, (3 rd Edition), 2008.
Tan Cheng Han, Walter Woon on Company Law, Revised 3rd edition, 2009.
Other Resources

This course will make extensive use of BlackBoard (edveNTUre http://edventure.ntu.edu.sg) Web-based legal database
(http://statutues.agc.gov.sg).APPENDIX II

ASSESSMENT METHODS
(Assignment/Assessment Samples & Corresponding Rubrics to assess Learning Goals)
(1) Project-written assignment
Learning Goal

Course Learning Objective

Assessment Method

Rubric

Knowledge
Acquisition

Our students should be able


to understand the basic
concepts and principles of
Company Law and be
assessed through 2 quizzes.

Two Quizzes

Knowledge
Acquisition

Oral
Communication

Our students should be able


to articulate their views
effectively and communicate
well.

Good oral presentation skills

Oral
Communication

Assessment Rubric for Project


(to assess knowledge Acquisition and Oral Communication skills)

Please see attached.


Quiz
Traits
1. Ability to get the
correct answer

1
< 30%

2
31% to 40%

3
41% to 60%

4
61% to 79%

5
80% and above

Oral Communication

Traits
Has a clear message for audience
Communication
Maximizes likelihood of audience accepting the message
Outcome
(10%)

Scant
Central message is not explicitly stated in the
presentation. Main points are not clearly identified,
audience unsure of the direction of the message.
Evaluation: Scant 1

Situational
Factors

Addresses audience needs


Builds rapport with audience
(10%)
Content
Identifies the legal issues arising
Supports arguments with the relevant legal principles
Draws possible legal outcomes
(30%)

Structure
Organizes content coherently using interactive media
Design Factors Show creativity and originality in the use of communication media
Signals transitions between points
(20%)
Verbal
Speaks at appropriate speed and volume
Uses correct grammar and pronunciation
(20%)

Performance
Substantially Developed
Central message is precisely stated; main points are clearly
identified.

Substantially Developed

Substantially Developed
Connection of topic to audience needs and interest is stated with
sophistication. Identifies and expresses a deep understanding of
the target audience.
Evaluation: Scant 1 2
3 4 5
Substantially Developed
Scant
Substantially Developed
Content is erroneous or irrelevant; references and
Content is accurate, thorough, and directly on point; strong
supporting materials are absent. Lacks of depth in
support and references are provided. Exhibits depth and insight
content and little insights are exhibited.
in content. Effective use of time and stays within time
Presentation falls outside set time parameters.
parameters.
Evaluation: Scant 1 2
3 4 5
Substantially Developed
Scant
Substantially Developed
Organizational pattern (specific introduction and
Organizational pattern is clearly and consistently observable and
conclusion, sequenced materials within the body,
makes the content of the presentation cohesive.
and transitions) is not observable.
Scant
Topic is irrelevant to audience needs and interest.
No attempt made to connect topic to audience.

Evaluation: Scant 1

Substantially Developed

Scant
Grammar, pronunciation and word choice are
deficient. Vocal delivery is too soft or too fast to
understand; gap-fillers interfere with expression.
Evaluation: Scant 1

Substantially Developed
Free of errors in grammar and pronunciation; good choices of
word enhance clarity of expression. Vocal delivery is varied and
dynamic. Speech rate, volume, and tone facilitate audience
comprehension. Minimal gap fillers.

Substantially Developed

Non-Verbal
Establishes eye contact
Uses gestures and movement to convey energy and confidence
(10%)

Scant
Eye contact, posture, gestures, movement and
facial expressions are inappropriate and
significantly distracting.
Evaluation: Scant 1

Substantially Developed
Eye contact, posture, gestures, movement and facial expressions
make the presentation compelling, and speaker appears polished
and confident.

Substantially Developed