Just a timely reminder re. the expectations around the submission of your draft dissertations tomorrow (Monday 21st). You're required to hand-in a single hard-copy to Campus Registry between 4pm and 5pm (though you can hand-in earlier if it suits) and you're required to submit your draft via Turnitin on myUCA. You'll find the Turnitin submission under the Dissertation unit code link. Don't worry - Turnitin has been set up to 'not' remember your draft dissertation, which means you won't be accused of plagiarising yourself when you submit your completed dissertations in January.
In terms of 'what' you should submit, I've been advising students to seek to ensure they submit at least one complete chapter that is fully representative of the finished submission: i.e. it should read and look like a polished, professionally presented work of academic writing. This way, when I offer feedback on this chapter, it's not yet more feedback on a 'work in progress', and any advice you receive can be carried forward usefully into your approach to writing of Chapters 2 and 3. Ideally, you might have 2 of your 3 Chapters completed by tomorrow's deadline to the same standard - if not, what I want are detailed paragraph-by-paragraph structures for your other chapters, so I can see clearly the complete through-line of your arguments and the ways in which you're intending to use supporting evidence (which includes illustrations).
In summary then: I want to be able to feedback on at least one completed chapter (in all aspects) and on the complete through-line of your argument. This way, I can seek to be as useful to you as possible in terms of feedback. Best of luck - and get it done.