Details of this Paper

Significant Event Draft

Description

solution


Question

Assignment 1.1: Significant Event Draft;Due Week 4 and worth 190 points;Note: Students will turn in this assignment twice: first as a draft (Week 4 Assignment) and then as a final paper (Week 8 Assignment). Students will submit first draft of the assignment and then submit the final draft after receiving feedback from the professor and making the recommended changes. They will be graded separately for each submission of the assignment.;Select a significant event (either positive or negative) that occurred before you reached adulthood and that has had a life-shaping effect on your life. In this assignment, you will use what you?ve learned in Weeks 1 thru 4 of this course and base your paper on your readings, along with information from library research, to discuss psychological aspects of your event.;Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you;1. Briefly describe your significant event (one to two [1-2] sentences).;2. Describe your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);3. Determine what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;4. Discuss why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;5. Use at least two (2) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: One of these resources may be your textbook. Articles from professional journals are certainly a high quality resource. Magazine and newspaper articles are also accepted for this assignment. Articles published on the Internet may also be suitable, if they originate with credible persons or organizations. Please note that articles from Wikipedia, ask.com, and the like are not suitable.;Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements;? Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides, references must follow APA format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.;? Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student?s name, the professor?s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length.;The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are;? Relate psychological concepts to real-world situations.;? Describe the major theories of learning, memory, cognition, consciousness, development, and social psychology.;? Use technology and information resources to research issues in psychology.;? Write clearly and concisely about psychology using proper writing mechanics.;Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.;Points: 190 Assignment 1.1: Significant Event Draft Criteria Unacceptable Meets Minimum Fair Proficient Exemplary;PSY 105 ? Assignments and Rubrics;Below 60% F Expectations 60-69% D 70-79% C 80-89% B 90-100% A;1. Briefly describe your significant event (one to two [1-2] sentences).;Weight: 10%;Did not submit or incompletely described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).;Insufficiently described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).;Partially described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).;Satisfactorily described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).;Thoroughly described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).;2. Describe your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);Weight: 20%;Did not submit or incompletely described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);Insufficiently described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);Partially described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);Satisfactorily described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);Thoroughly described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.);3. Determine what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;Weight: 20%;Did not submit or incompletely determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;Insufficiently determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;Partially determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;Satisfactorily determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;Thoroughly determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.;4. Discuss why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;Weight: 20%;Did not submit or incompletely discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;Insufficiently discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;Partially discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;Satisfactorily discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;Thoroughly discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.;5. 2 references;Weight: 5%;No references provided;Does not meet the required number of references, all references poor quality choices.;Does not meet the required number of references, some references poor quality choices.;Meets number of required references, all references high quality choices.;Exceeds number of required references, all references high quality choices.;6. Writing / Support for ideas;Weight: 5%;Never uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.;Rarely uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.;Partially uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.;Mostly uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.;Consistently uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.;7. Writing / Grammar;Serious and;Numerous;Partially free of;Mostly free of;Consistently;PSY 105 ? Assignments and Rubrics;and mechanics;Weight: 5%;persistent errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.;errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.;errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.;errors in;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 5;Max Pages: 7;Level of Detail: Only answer needed

 

Paper#16987 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

Price : $57
SiteLock