Instructions: For this assignment students are given the opportunity to apply the theories discussed in class. Students will assess the main character of a PBS movie Daughter from DaNang by applying knowledge gained in class to demonstrate their understanding of key concepts and theories of human behavior and the social environment. Students will critique the character utilizing developmental theories discussed in class i.e. Erickson, Bowlby, Ainsworth, Kohlberg, Piaget, Levinson, etc. When concluding the assessment, students may assess the character’s strengths and limitations, demonstrate how they would best work with people like the character, and/or demonstrate how they might discover and advocate for sustainable changes in service delivery and practice to improve the quality of social services. This paper should be 8-9 pages long (excluding the cover page and the reference page).
Your final assessment paper is due on Chalk and Wire on April 1st at 6:00PM. Papers should be doubled spaced, 12-point font, and Times New Roman with 1-inch margins. Papers should adhere to APA format standings, including the use of an in-text citation within the text of the paper and a full reference listed in a reference page for each source used in the paper. Papers should include both cover page and a reference page (these are not counted towards your paper length).
Section Criteria Points
Apply three developmental theories to analyze the main character
Analyze the character’s culture, family, and environmental context: Include cultural influence of the US and other relevant cultures.
Analyze impact of and interface with institutions, organizations and the community levels.
Provide summary of strengths and challenges of the main character. Provide conclusions with emphasis on social work generalist practice competencies and behaviors.