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Development Presentation

GRASPS task Design Prompts—My Life Presentation—Psychology—Developmental Psychology Unit

Goal

  •  Your task is to make a presentation, which incorporates music, pictures, and knowledge gained in this unit of study.
  •  The goal is to have a visual depiction of your life that illustrates moral, social, cognitive, physical development.
  • The problem or challenge is learning a new presentation program, incorporating knowledge from the course, and finding the right pictures and music to make it interesting.
  • The obstacles to overcome are the same as the problem and challenges.

 

Role

  • You are person!  You want to learn more about your life and explain your life to others.
  • You have been asked to document your life and your growth as a human being in the format of a small presentation.
  • Your job is to make a presentation about your life and then explain how you have developed over the course of your lifespan.

 

Audience

  • Your client is me and your peers.
  • The target audience is me and your peers
  • You need to convince me and your peers that you took this assignment seriously and that you can apply new knowledge about developmental psychology to your own life.

 

Situation

  • The context you find yourself in is that of metacognitive learner!
  • The challenge involves dealing with a higher order thinking task of applying new material to your own life.

 

Product, Performance, and Purpose

  • You will create a presentation.
  • You need to develop a cohesive presentation that explains your lifespan to its audience. 

 

Standards and Criteria for Success

  • Your performance needs to teach the audience about your self and demonstrate what you have learned in this unit
  • Your work will be judged by me and your peers
  • Your product must meet the following standards

 

 

 

Rubric for Psychology Project

 

 

1

Needs Work

2

Approaching Standard

3

Meets Standard

4

Exceeds Standard

The Content:

  • Moral Development
  • Cognitive Development
  • Social Development
  • Physical Development

Only one area of development was included.

Includes two of the developmental areas

Includes three of the developmental areas.

Includes all four developmental areas!

Connections between Content and your Life

Have the content and some examples from your life, but no connections are made.

Presentation is brief, and draws few conclusions between the content of the unit and your development.

Presentation articulates, by using words, pictures, and quotations, how the content from this unit explains your development.

Presentation clearly articulates, by using words, pictures, and quotations, how the content from this unit explains your development.

Style of Presentation

  • Nice to look at
  • Logical order to presentation
  • Nice to look at
  • Logical order to presentation
  • Engaging to look at
  • Logical order to presentation
  • Engaging to look at
  • Easy to understand

 

GUM and Spelling

Student paper has more than 4 errors and takes away from meaning.

Has more than 4 errors but doesn’t detract from meaning.

Has less than 3 errors.

Student paper is error-free and demonstrates effort to make proper stylistic choices.