.Identifying themes in the module. Themes are the issues that run through the module regarding:

Here is the exam scope given by the teacher:
Dear all
Although the final module session included examples of approach, structure, detail and examples relating to a specific exam question from a past paper, some further points appear below.
1.Identifying themes in the module. Themes are the issues that run through the module regarding:
a.attitudes to business
b.stakeholder involvement
c.factors outside an organisation’s control (including attitudes to environmental sustainability)
d.leadership as a role for maximising the impact of corporate policies in achieving strategic social/environmental/economic goals
2.Themes within modules are almost always applicable to a range of questions on past papers; they are not specific to one or two.
3.Linking themes to questions from past papers to see if the questions require a focus on one theme or more than one within the module. Also, do themes from other modules have relevance? An obvious instance of this would be related themes in MM34020 Business Strategy, but there are also issues regarding Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour etc. Perhaps your MM35020 Research Project research has some related aspects.
4.To focus (“tighten”) topics by planning to use key CSR tools as means to evaluate corporate policies. Each would almost certainly be relevant to more than one type of exam question. Examples include:
a.Ethical principles as drivers of individual and corporate values
b.Wider perception of companies in the light of values and expression of those values
c.Triple Bottom Line (TBL)
d.Natural Capital Protocol (NCP)
e.Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
f.Social contract
I hope that this helps a bit more. As you are aware, final year exams are not designed to have a formula of Q1 = Lecture 3 PowerPoints, Q2 = Lecture 7 + 8 PowerPoints etc.