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This assignment focuses on an effective paragraph structure for academic writing. For this assignment, choose one school of thought from the chapters you reviewed this week on physiology, experimental psychology, voluntarism, structuralism, functionalism, and Gestalt psychology (not Gestalt therapy). Review the media titled Introduction to Schools of Thought and the resource

Psychology Ph.D. Library Research Guide – Researching Schools of Thought

to help you select a school of thought for this assignment.

PREPARATION

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MEAL Plan

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Main idea: Topic sentence.

Your main should be presented in the first sentence of your paragraph.

This tells your reader what that paragraph is about.

Evidence: Information that supports your topic sentence.

Your evidence should relate to your main idea.

You will gather evidence from your sources and present the evidence in your paragraph.

Analysis: Analysis of your evidence.

Your analysis tells your readers why the evidence matters.

If you are including evidence from multiple sources, tell your readers how those sources relate to one another.

Your evidence and analysis sections will often overlap and intermingle.

Linking Information: Connection to larger purpose or link to the next paragraph.

Linking information can serve several purposes.

It can

transition to the next paragraph.

relate the paragraph text to the larger purpose of a paper.

or ensure all loose ends related to the paragraph’s main idea have been wrapped up

Instructions

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What was happening in the world that may have contributed to an emerging school of thought in human behavior, or aligned with its principles and values?

How did the emerging school of thought in human behavior fit with people’s way of viewing the world and their own culture during that time in history?

Did this new school of thought in human behavior modify society in any way?

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4/21/2021
Historical Context for Schools of Thought Scoring Guide
Historical Context for Schools of Thought Scoring Guide
Due Date: End of Week 2
Percentage of Course Grade: 5%.
CRITERIA
NON-PERFORMANCE
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISHED
Describe the
historical context
that contributed to
the rise of a given
school of thought in
human behavior.
20%
Does not describe the
historical context that
contributed to the rise
of a given school of
thought in human
behavior.
Describes the
historical context that
contributed to the rise
of a given school of
thought in human
behavior but the
description is vague.
Describes the
historical context
that contributed to
the rise of a given
school of thought in
human behavior.
Describes the historical
context that contributed
to the rise of a given
school of thought in
human behavior with
supporting examples.
Describe how an
emerging school of
thought in human
behavior aligned
with the historical
societal and cultural
views when it first
emerged.
20%
Does not describe
how an emerging
school of thought in
human behavior
aligned with the
historical societal and
culture views when it
first emerged.
Describes how an
emerging school of
thought in human
behavior aligned with
the historical societal
and culture views
when it first emerged
but the description is
vague.
Describes how an
emerging school of
thought in human
behavior aligned
with the historical
societal and culture
views when it first
emerged.
Describes how an
emerging school of
thought in human
behavior aligned with
the historical societal
and culture views when
it first emerged with
supporting examples.
Describe how the
new school of
thought in human
behavior may have
modified society.
20%
Does not describe
how the new school of
thought in human
behavior may have
modified society.
Describes how the
new school of thought
in human behavior
may have modified
society but the
description is vague.
Describes how the
new school of
thought in human
behavior may have
modified society.
Describes how the new
school of thought in
human behavior may
have modified society
with supporting
examples.
Articulate meaning
relevant to the main
topic, scope, and
purpose of the
prompt.
10%
Writing is unrelated to
the assignment
prompt.
Addresses a specific
topic with unclear
intent or insufficient
depth.
Articulates
meaning relevant
to the main topic,
scope, and
purpose of the
prompt.
Articulates a focused
response to the
assignment prompt and
demonstrates a
thorough understanding
of the main topic,
scope, and purpose.
Organize content so
ideas flow logically
with smooth
transitions.
10%
Does not organize
content for ideas to
flow logically with
smooth transitions.
Organizes content with Organizes content
some logical flow and
so ideas flow
smooth transitions.
logically with
smooth transitions.
Organizes content so
clarity is enhanced and
all ideas flow logically
with smooth transitions.
Use paraphrasing
and summarization
to represent ideas
from external
sources.
10%
Incorporates
plagiarized
information.
Paraphrasing or
summarization is
awkward, inaccurate,
or borders on
plagiarism.
Uses concise,
paraphrasing or
summarization to
accurately represent
ideas from external
sources. Exhibits an
insightful interpretation
and synthesis of
credible sources.
Uses paraphrasing
and summarization
to represent ideas
from external
sources.
https://courseroomc.capella.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/PSY/PSY7115/210400/Scoring_Guides/u02a1_scoring_guide.html
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4/21/2021
Historical Context for Schools of Thought Scoring Guide
CRITERIA
NON-PERFORMANCE
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISHED
Communicates in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with the
expectations for
members of an
identified field of
study, using APA
style and formatting.
10%
Does not
communicate in a
manner that is
scholarly, professional,
and consistent with
the expectations for
members of an
identified field of study
and (or) fails to
employ APA style and
formatting.
Communicates in a
manner that is partly
scholarly, professional,
and consistent with the
expectations for
members of an
identified field of study,
but inconsistently
employs APA style and
formatting.
Communicates in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with the
expectations for
members of an
identified field of
study, using APA
style and
formatting.
Communicates in a
manner that is
completely scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with the
expectations for
members of an
identified field of study,
using APA style and
formatting with few or
no errors.
https://courseroomc.capella.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/PSY/PSY7115/210400/Scoring_Guides/u02a1_scoring_guide.html
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Research Log
Author
Date
Example, Janice
2006
Cited, Frank & Prototype,
Peter
Feb,
2005
Article/Journal Title or Book Title
How to properly cite your sources.
Journal of Academic Papers
To Plagiarize is to Steal Thoughts
Peer
Review? Have it
Yes
No
ILL placed
Theory/Model
Yes
No
Methods
quantitative
6/1/2008
Maslow’s Hierarchy of
Needs
Phenomenological
Findings
Notes
Direct corrolation between proper
citations and course grade. Percentage
of citations properly cited in graduate
papers – found 90% correctly cited.
Looks at connection between
student level on hierarchy and
likelihood of cheating

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