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The purpose of the Final Essay is help you demonstrate achievement of following two Course Objectives.

CO 1: Describe the stages of the developing person at different periods of the life span from birth to death.CO 4: Explain the biosocial, cognitive and psychological influences throughout the lifespan as an ongoing set of processes involving both continuity and change.

The Final Essay covers the last four life-span stages of development, Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood (Ch 9, 10 and 11), Adulthood (Ch 12 and 13), Late Adulthood(Ch 14 and 15), and Death and Dying (Epilogue).

You must open the quiz to see the specific directions for writing the essay. After reading the specific directions, then close the quiz; you can return to it after writing your essay.  Compose your essay in a Word document. Then re-open the Final Exam and copy and paste your essay into the answer box for the question. Do not attach your Word document.

The Final Essay Exam is not timed, so once opened, you can close the essay and return to the exam to submit your essay at a later time. You must submit your essay for grading on or before the exam ending date.

The purpose of the Final Essay is help you demonstrate achievement of following two Course Objectives.

CO 1: Describe the stages of the developing person at different periods of the life span from birth to death.CO 4: Explain the biosocial, cognitive and psychological influences throughout the lifespan as an ongoing set of processes involving both continuity and change.

The Final Essay covers the last four life-span stages of development, Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood (Ch 9, 10 and 11), Adulthood (Ch 12 and 13), Late Adulthood(Ch 14 and 15), and Death and Dying (Epilogue).

You must open the quiz to see the specific directions for writing the essay. After reading the specific directions, then close the quiz; you can return to it after writing your essay.  Compose your essay in a Word document. Then re-open the Final Exam and copy and paste your essay into the answer box for the question. Do not attach your Word document.

The Final Essay Exam is not timed, so once opened, you can close the essay and return to the exam to submit your essay at a later time. You must submit your essay for grading on or before the exam ending date.

Questions

Imagine that this course, LifeSpan: Growth & Development is now over and you are having a conversation with a family member, fellow student, or a co-worker.  Select one interesting development topic or concept from each Module in this course. Write a paragraph reflecting on each of the four (4) most interesting development topics or concepts – ones that are most meaningful that you learned about in this course and that has impacted your life – now or in the future.  Briefly describe each of the four development concepts, why each is interesting or made an impact on you, and how you might use each development concept in your family life or career. Write a well-developed paragraph for each concept, for a total of 4 paragraphs. You do not need to use documentation; just write using your own words.

So to clarify: Select a total of 4 topics or concepts,  from each of the following modules

Module 1: One topic or concept from Chapters 1, 2, 3 or 4

Module 2: One topic or concept from Chapters 5, 6, 7 or 8

Module 3: One topic or concept from Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12 or 13

Module 4: One topic or concept from Chapters 14, 15 or Epilogue

Rebecca J.
Rebecca J.
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Instructions

The purpose of the Final Essay is help you demonstrate achievement of following two Course Objectives.

CO 1: Describe the stages of the developing person at different periods of the life span from birth to death.CO 4: Explain the biosocial, cognitive and psychological influences throughout the lifespan as an ongoing set of processes involving both continuity and change.

The Final Essay covers the last four life-span stages of development, Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood (Ch 9, 10 and 11), Adulthood (Ch 12 and 13), Late Adulthood(Ch 14 and 15), and Death and Dying (Epilogue).

You must open the quiz to see the specific directions for writing the essay. After reading the specific directions, then close the quiz; you can return to it after writing your essay.  Compose your essay in a Word document. Then re-open the Final Exam and copy and paste your essay into the answer box for the question. Do not attach your Word document.

The Final Essay Exam is not timed, so once opened, you can close the essay and return to the exam to submit your essay at a later time. You must submit your essay for grading on or before the exam ending date.

The purpose of the Final Essay is help you demonstrate achievement of following two Course Objectives.

CO 1: Describe the stages of the developing person at different periods of the life span from birth to death.CO 4: Explain the biosocial, cognitive and psychological influences throughout the lifespan as an ongoing set of processes involving both continuity and change.

The Final Essay covers the last four life-span stages of development, Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood (Ch 9, 10 and 11), Adulthood (Ch 12 and 13), Late Adulthood(Ch 14 and 15), and Death and Dying (Epilogue).

You must open the quiz to see the specific directions for writing the essay. After reading the specific directions, then close the quiz; you can return to it after writing your essay.  Compose your essay in a Word document. Then re-open the Final Exam and copy and paste your essay into the answer box for the question. Do not attach your Word document.

The Final Essay Exam is not timed, so once opened, you can close the essay and return to the exam to submit your essay at a later time. You must submit your essay for grading on or before the exam ending date.

Questions

Imagine that this course, LifeSpan: Growth & Development is now over and you are having a conversation with a family member, fellow student, or a co-worker.  Select one interesting development topic or concept from each Module in this course. Write a paragraph reflecting on each of the four (4) most interesting development topics or concepts – ones that are most meaningful that you learned about in this course and that has impacted your life – now or in the future.  Briefly describe each of the four development concepts, why each is interesting or made an impact on you, and how you might use each development concept in your family life or career. Write a well-developed paragraph for each concept, for a total of 4 paragraphs. You do not need to use documentation; just write using your own words.

So to clarify: Select a total of 4 topics or concepts,  from each of the following modules

Module 1: One topic or concept from Chapters 1, 2, 3 or 4

Module 2: One topic or concept from Chapters 5, 6, 7 or 8

Module 3: One topic or concept from Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12 or 13

Module 4: One topic or concept from Chapters 14, 15 or Epilogue

Rebecca J.
Rebecca J.
http://localhost/edubirdie

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