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I HAVE ATTACHED THE INSTRUCTIONS?

APA STYLE

I AM 20 YEARS OLD

Name: ___________________________________________

Scoring Rubric ? This is Your Life Scrapbook

Novice Competent Proficient

Content-Accuracy Points:

4 (6.67%)
Content is typically
confusing or contains
more than one factual
error.

Points:

7 (13.33%)
Most of the content is
accurate buy there is one
piece of information that
might be inaccurate.

Points:

10 (20%)
All content throughout
the presentation is
accurate. There are no
factual errors.

Physical Development
(Includes infant reflexes,
critical stages, motor
development, puberty,
middle age, old age, and
death)

Points:

4 (6.67%)
Scrapbook is missing
many of the required
periods and concepts for
lifespan physical
development.

Points:

7 (13.33%)
Scrapbook presents most
of the required periods
and concepts for lifespan
physical development.

Points:

10 (20%)
Scrapbook presents each
of the required periods
and concepts for lifespan
physical development.

Social Development
(Includes Attachment,
stranger anxiety,
imprinting, contact comfort,
identity formation,
Erickson?s eight stages,
generativity, empty nest
syndrome, ego integrity,
five stages of dying)

Points:

4 (6.67%)
Scrapbook is missing
many of the required
periods and concepts for
lifespan social
development.

Points:

7 (13.33%)
Scrapbook presents most
of the required periods
and concepts for lifespan
social development.

Points:

10 (20%)
Scrapbook presents each
of the required periods
and concepts for lifespan
social development.

Cognitive Development
(Includes four stages of
cognitive development,
three levels of moral
development, old age)

Points:

4 (6.67%)
Scrapbook is missing
many of the required
periods and concepts for
lifespan cognitive
development.

Points:

7 (13.33%)
Scrapbook presents most
of the required periods
and concepts for lifespan
cognitive development.

Points:

10 (20%)
Scrapbook presents each
of the required periods
and concepts for lifespan
cognitive development.

Originality/Creativity Points:

4 (6.67%)
Scrapbook is a minimal
effort and shows very
little attempt at original
thought.

Points:

7 (13.33%)
Scrapbook shows some
originality and
inventiveness. The
content and ideas are
presented in an
interesting way.

Points:

10 (20%)
Scrapbook shows
considerable originality
and inventiveness. The
content and ideas are
presented in a unique and
interesting way.

Total: _____________ /50

?Where you get to share with the class your own various stages

of developmental changes from the
p a s t a n d B e y o n d . . . ! ?

From Birth to death, from Piaget
to K?bler-Ross, we have looked
at the many milestones and
slippery stages of human
development. Now it?s time to
apply all these theories to YOUR
LIFE. That?s right! Your Life!

Muster up some old
photographs of yourself from
birth to present. (Please make
copies of these rather than use
the originals.) Use these to
represent your own stages of
development. You will explain
each concept of development
by giving examples from your
life. Find pictures from
magazines or the internet that
will represent your later years.

Create a scrapbook or any type
of graphical description of your
life during and the psychological
stages discussed. This will
cover from BIRTH to DEATH.

Example: picture of yourself at 2
weeks old with a caption saying
?Me – two weeks old – Infancy – I
can?t walk yet, but I have many
reflexes such as the rooting
reflex. This is when someone
touches my cheek or near my
mouth, causing me I turn my head
and open my mouth.?

Required Periods and
Concepts to Cover

1. Physical Development –
a) Infant reflexes, critical

stages
b) Motor Development in Infancy
– from 4-16 months, and infants
motor development proceeds in
an orderly sequence
c) Puberty – adolescent growth
spurt, what happens?
d) Middle age – Changes in

body
e) Old age – Changes in Health
f) Finally, the gruesome question,

how will you die? Will you die
from one of the most prevalent
chronic diseases discussed in
class? Evaluate your
habits regarding health and
look at heredity for your
answer.

This Is Your Life!

2. Social Development –
a) Attachment, Stranger Anxiety
b) Konrad Lorenz – Imprinting
c) Harry Harlow – Contact Comfort
d) Parenting styles – Which

ones? relationship with parents
f) James Marcia?s – Identity formation –

four categories, which ones are you?
g) Erik Erikson?s Eight Stages of

Development (Incorporate throughout
your life).

h) Various concepts: Generativity, & Empty
Nest Syndrome

i) Aging and adjustment – ego integrity,
techniques of a long & healthy life.

i) Elizabeth K?bler Ross? five stages of
dying.

3. Cognitive Development –
a) Jean Piaget?s theory of Cognitive

Development – four stages.
b) Lawrence Kohlberg – explained 3 levels

of moral development
c) Old age – Memory and keys to maintaining

memory. Or will you suffer from senility?

No, you may not die at birth and be done
with the project. For the case of the
assignment it probably would be nice if
everyone will live until at LEAST their 70s –
remember the average American lives to
be about 78.7 years old. Look at your
family history (nature) and the way you live
your life (nurture) for clues on how you may
DIE. Please don?t kill yourself off early.

The Timeline
You will present your photo album on the
last day of class.

Things To Do List:
? Create a or scrapbook
? Look at what we have covered in class

as far as the developmental stages and
theories. Most of these have been
covered in the PPTs we?ve used in class.
Think about examples to use on your
?This is Your Life? book. List the items on
a separate sheet of paper.

? Find old and current pictures of yourself.
? Find pictures that might resemble how

you might look in the future. Pictures of
your mom could be great resources or
you can find pictures from magazines
and the internet. (You know I absolutely
would use the one we saw last week with
the older women walking in the parade
with the ?swimsuit? t-shirts if I were
creating this scrapbook for me!)

  • ?Where you get to share with the class your own various stages
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