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Rubric Code: LX9X368
Choose from 5 different lifespan theories, then observe a child to determine what stage of your theory the child is in. Paper should be 500-700 words, double-spaced. Describe theory, introduce child, what stage and why, what have you learned?
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Categories: Subjects: Psychology  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Does not meet standards
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Fair
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Good
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Excellent
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Description of lifespan theory
Does not meet standards

No description of theory is included.
Fair

-Basic description is included.
-No examples provided.
-Lacks breadth and depth.
Good

-Description is clearly stated and accurate.
-Some examples are provided.
Excellent

-Description is clearly stated and accurate.
-There are ample examples.
Introduction of child
Does not meet standards

No introduction of child.
Fair

-Basic description of child but lacks age, family makeup, and/or relationship to student
Good

-Child is described adequately including age, family makeup, and relationship to student.
Excellent

-A great deal of information is given about child not limited to age, family makeup, and relationship to student.
How child fits into theory
Does not meet standards

Student does not display an understanding of how the concepts are applied.
Fair

-Demonstrates basic understanding of theory.
-Unable to apply theory correctly.
Good

-Demonstrates competent understanding of theory.
-Can apply theory to child correctly.
Excellent

-Detailed information about how child's developmental level corresponds with theory.
-Background information is supplied to illustrate the logic of the application.
What you learned
Does not meet standards

Not included in paper
Fair

-Basic description is included.
-Lacks breadth and depth.
Good

-Able to state what was learned and why.
Excellent

-Description of what was learned is expanded and detailed.
Grammar, punctuation, spelling
Does not meet standards

-Paper contains numerous grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
-Language uses jargon, slang, or conversational tone.
Fair

-There are some errors throughout the paper in punctuation, spelling, and/or language.
-Language is somewhat professional; some conversational tone.
Good

-Rules of grammar and punctuation are followed with minor errors.
-Spelling is correct.
-Language is mostly professional.
-Overall, the paper is easy to understand and comprehensive.
Excellent

-Rules of grammar, usage, punctuation are followed and spelling is correct.
-Language is clear and precise; sentences display consistently strong, varied structure.
-Professional language is used throughout the paper.
Format
Does not meet standards

-Paper lacks many elements of correct formatting.
-Word count not met.
-Format makes it difficult to follow the writing.
Fair

-Paper is about 500 words.
-Paper is not double-spaced.
Good

-Paper follows designated guidelines.
-Paper is appropriate word length.
-Format and flow are good.
Excellent

-Paper meets or exceeds the word requirement.
-Format and flow between paragraphs enhances readability of paper.



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