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Week 8 Assignment 1.2 Submission

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Assignment 1.2: Significant Event Final Paper 
Due Week 8 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

In order to revise Assignment 1.1 use professor feedback of the first draft you submitted in Week 4.

Before revising the assignment you should:

  • Review the feedback from your professor
  • Review the criteria for Assignment 1.1; make sure you have addressed the criteria thoroughly.

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.

Click here to view the grading rubric.

Mohamed, it sounds like learning ninjutsu has been a wonderful experience for you! Remember that this is supposed to be in a paper format, using APA writing style. You list great references, but you also need to refer to them within the body of your paper. Please see the grading rubric for areas that you did well on and areas that you can improve on for the final submission in Week 8. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Tiffany

Name: PSY105 Week 4 Assignment 1.1: Significant Event Draft

Description: PSY105 Week 4 Assignment 1.1: Significant Event Draft

 

Unacceptable Below 60% F

Meets Minimum Expectations 60-69% D

Fair 70-79% C

Proficient 80-89% B

Exemplary 90-100% A

PSY105-A1-1
1. Briefly describe your significant event (one to two [1-2] sentences). Weight: 10%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 11.38(5.99%)

Did not submit or incompletely described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).

Points Range:11.4 (6%) - 13.28(6.99%)

Insufficiently described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).

Points Range:13.3 (7%) - 15.18(7.99%)

Partially described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).

Points:16.15(8.5%)

Points Range:15.2 (8%) - 17.08(8.99%)

Satisfactorily described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).

Feedback:

That sounds like a great experience, maybe you could write just a little more background, such as how old you were?

Points Range:17.1 (9%) - 19 (10%)

Thoroughly described your significant event one to two [1-2] sentences).

PSY105-A1-2
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%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 22.78(11.99%)

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.)

Points:22.8 (12%)

Points Range:22.8 (12%) - 26.58(13.99%)

Insufficiently described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.)

Feedback:

need more explanation to these perspectives and how they match with your learning of ninjutsu, especially the psychodynamic perspective

Points Range:26.6 (14%) - 30.38(15.99%)

Partially described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.)

Points Range:30.4 (16%) - 34.18(17.99%)

Satisfactorily described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.)

Points Range:34.2 (18%) - 38(20%)

Thoroughly described your event in terms of at least two (2) different perspectives in psychology (e.g., behavioral, cognitive, psychodynamic, cultural/social, etc.)

PSY105-A1-3
3. Determine what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event. Weight: 20%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 22.78(11.99%)

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.

Points Range:22.8 (12%) - 26.58(13.99%)

Insufficiently determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.

Points Range:26.6 (14%) - 30.38(15.99%)

Partially determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.

Points:32.3 (17%)

Points Range:30.4 (16%) - 34.18(17.99%)

Satisfactorily determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.

Feedback:

nice job here, just remember to include references to support your writing

Points Range:34.2 (18%) - 38(20%)

Thoroughly determined what learning (e.g., classical, operant, etc.) may have resulted from your event, or arisen because of your event.

PSY105-A1-4
4. Discuss why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate. Weight: 20%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 22.78(11.99%)

Did not submit or incompletely discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.

Points Range:22.8 (12%) - 26.58(13.99%)

Insufficiently discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.

Points:26.6 (14%)

Points Range:26.6 (14%) - 30.38(15.99%)

Partially discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.

Feedback:

include some terminology here when discussing memory and why you think your memory is accurate

Points Range:30.4 (16%) - 34.18(17.99%)

Satisfactorily discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.

Points Range:34.2 (18%) - 38(20%)

Thoroughly discussed why the memory of the event you described may or may not be completely accurate.

PSY105-A1-5
5. 2 references Weight: 5%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 5.68(2.99%)

No references provided

Points Range:5.7 (3%) - 6.63(3.49%)

Does not meet the required number of references; all references poor quality choices.

Points Range:6.65 (3.5%) - 7.58(3.99%)

Does not meet the required number of references; some references poor quality choices.

Points Range:7.6 (4%) - 8.53(4.49%)

Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.

Points:9.02(4.75%)

Points Range:8.55 (4.5%) - 9.5(5%)

Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.

Feedback:

excellent list of references

PSY105-A1-6
6. Writing / Support for ideas Weight: 5%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 5.68(2.99%)

Never uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Points Range:5.7 (3%) - 6.63(3.49%)

Rarely uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Points Range:6.65 (3.5%) - 7.58(3.99%)

Partially uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Points:7.6 (4%)

Points Range:7.6 (4%) - 8.53(4.49%)

Mostly uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Feedback:

I think including your references within the body of your paper will help this area.

Points Range:8.55 (4.5%) - 9.5(5%)

Consistently uses reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

PSY105-A1-7
7. Writing / Grammar and mechanics Weight: 5%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 5.68(2.99%)

Serious and persistent errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

Points Range:5.7 (3%) - 6.63(3.49%)

Numerous errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

Points:7.12(3.75%)

Points Range:6.65 (3.5%) - 7.58(3.99%)

Partially free of errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

Feedback:

remember that this is supposed to be in a paper format, using APA writing style. also be careful of some typos/grammar mistakes/sentence structure issues.

Points Range:7.6 (4%) - 8.53(4.49%)

Mostly free of errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

Points Range:8.55 (4.5%) - 9.5(5%)

Consistently free of errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

PSY105-A1-8
8. Writing and Information Literacy / Integration of Sources Weight: 5%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 5.68(2.99%)

Serious errors in the integration of sources, such as intentional or accidental plagiarism or failure to use in-text citations.

Points:6.18 (3.25%)

Points Range:5.7 (3%) - 6.63(3.49%)

Sources are rarely integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, using in-text citations.

Feedback:

you list great references, but also need to refer to them within the body of your paper to show where you got your information from.

Points Range:6.65 (3.5%) - 7.58(3.99%)

Sources are partially integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, using in-text citations.

Points Range:7.6 (4%) - 8.53(4.49%)

Sources are mostly integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, using in-text citations.

Points Range:8.55 (4.5%) - 9.5(5%)

Sources are consistently integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, using in-text citations.

PSY105-A1-9
9. Information Literacy / Crediting Sources in APA Weight: 5%

Points:2.85 (1.5%)

Points Range:0 (0%) - 5.68(2.99%)

Lack of citations and / or lack of reference section and / or citations don’t correspond to listed references.

Feedback:

See comment above, also review APA formatting for references.

Points Range:5.7 (3%) - 6.63(3.49%)

In-text citations and references are given, but not in APA format.

Points Range:6.65 (3.5%) - 7.58(3.99%)

Partially shows correct (or approximately correct) use of in-text citations, with matching references using APA format.

Points Range:7.6 (4%) - 8.53(4.49%)

Mostly shows correct use of in-text citations with matching references using APA format.

Points Range:8.55 (4.5%) - 9.5(5%)

Consistently shows correct use of In-text citations with matching references using APA format.

PSY105-A1-10
10. Information Literacy / Research Weight: 5%

Points Range:0 (0%) - 5.68(2.99%)

Quantity and / or quality of sources are unacceptable.

Points Range:5.7 (3%) - 6.63(3.49%)

Too few references and / or references are of poor quality.

Points Range:6.65 (3.5%) - 7.58(3.99%)

Number of sources is less than expected and / or the quality of sources is questionable.

Points Range:7.6 (4%) - 8.53(4.49%)

Number of sources is sufficient and the quality of sources is mostly good.

Points:9.02(4.75%)

Points Range:8.55 (4.5%) - 9.5(5%)

Number of sources is sufficient and the quality of sources is good.

Feedback:

excellent list of references

COMMENTS

Mohamed Gbla2/1/14 9:55 AM

Attached is my week 4 Assignment. Thanks

Grader Feedback2/9/14 1:06 PM

Mohamed, it sounds like learning ninjutsu has been a wonderful experience for you! Remember that this is supposed to be in a paper format, using APA writing style. You list great references, but you also need to refer to them within the body of your paper. Please see the grading rubric for areas that you did well on and areas that you can improve on for the final submission in Week 8. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Tiffany

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