Complete a written (approx 1500 words) literature review about Acid stimulation in carbonate reservoirs
For your report you should follow the below structure:
Summary: Provide a brief summary about the topic and its importance (100-150 words).
Introduction: Introduce the topic/problem and the context within which it is found. ( 300-500 words)
Body: provide the details of your topic and support your text by referring to the relevant literature. Provide the importance, advantages and disadvantages, developments and gaps, etc. (about 1000-1300 words)
Conclusion: conclude your report and highlight the findings (100-150 words)
References: API style
|CRITERIA||High Distinction (80-100)||Distinction (70-79)||Credit (60-69)||Pass (50-59)||Fail (0-49)|
|Insightful response that reflects a sophisticated interpretation of the literature reviewed.||Response that reflects a good understanding and interpretation of the literature reviewed.||Response that reflects an understanding and interpretation of the literature reviewed.||Satisfactory response that reflects a basic understanding and interpretation of the literature reviewed.||Response is unsatisfactory and does not show an understanding or interpretation of the literature reviewed.|
|Use of evidence
|Analysis and evaluation of a range of relevant, reputable scholarly literature is well-integrated to enrich response.||Analysis and evaluation of a range of relevant, reputable scholarly literature is used to support response.||Analysis and evaluation of some relevant, reputable scholarly literature is used to support response.||Reference to relevant, reputable scholarly literature is present but limited.||Reference to relevant, reputable scholarly literature is lacking or not evident.|
|Structure and style
|Logically organised introduction, body and conclusion that flows easily. Sophisticated and complex style appropriate for a literature review.||Clearly organised introduction, body and conclusion that flows well. Style is appropriate for a literature review.||Organised introduction, body and conclusion that generally flows well. Style is generally appropriate for a literature review.||Contains introduction, body and conclusion. Style show a basic understanding of a literature review.||Lacks appropriate structure and flow, and may be difficult to follow. Overall, style is inappropriate for a literature review.|
|Uses varied and complex sentence structure. Almost error-free punctuation and grammar. A wide-range of highly appropriate vocabulary and discipline-specific terms.||Uses varied sentence structure. Occasional errors in punctuation and grammar. A range of appropriate and accurate discipline-specific vocabulary.||Produces mostly error free sentences. Infrequent errors in spelling and punctuation which do not impede understanding. Uses vocabulary and discipline-specific terms accurately.||Produces sentences with some variety and accuracy. Errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar occasionally impede understanding. Mostly appropriate vocabulary and key discipline-specific terms.||Produces sentences which are repetitive, simplistic, incomplete or run-on. Errors in grammar, spelling or punctuation that interfere with understanding. Limited/inappropriate vocabulary; discipline-specific terms misused/ missing.|
|Citing and referencing in APA style is appropriate and accurate throughout||Citing and referencing is generally appropriate and accurate.||Some errors in citing and referencing may be present||Citing and referencing is attempted, but with errors.||Referencing is consistently inaccurate or not attempted
Please aim for HIGH DISTINCTION.
Things you need to know:
Steps you need to follow:
How to write the intro:
How to write the body:
How to write the conclusion:
Refer to the rubric in page 2 for the style of referencing.
ENS5566 Literature Review rubrics