ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS Week 6 Essay AssignmentReview the material and deliverables from our Syllabus and Lessons. Essay should include title page, abstract, body (5-page minimum with sub-categories), summary/conclusion and reference page (at least three academic references), per APA guidelines. Please provide subcategories studied thus far for each of our career fields. Developmental PsychologyPersonality PsychologyBiopsychologyPerception PsychologyLearning/Memory PsychologyPsychopathology Industrial Organized PsychologySocial Psychology For each of the career fields, please explain:What type of work is involved in each career field. Provide examples.The opportunities available within the fieldsLevel of education one must achieve in each of these career fieldsTypical work setting. Provide examples. Average incomesYour biggest take-away learned from each career fieldAssignment InstructionsWeek 7 Assignment/Capstone ProjectFor our Week 7 Assignment/Capstone project, from our discussions these past weeks describe your psychology career choice, e.g. clinical psychologist, school psychologist, psychology professor, research psychologist in a university hospital, etc. and respond to the questions below based on what you have learned about that job from your research in class. Imagine you have just completed your first year in your first job with any one of the career fields we have covered.In a twenty slide PowerPoint presentation (not including title or Reference slide), please address the following:Discuss your goals and expectations for your first year in this career field.What is the focus of your interaction with your clients?Explain a typical day in this future career.What is most rewarding about this first year? Why?What conflicts in your career do you believe you will encounter in this first year? How will these conflicts be resolved? (Be elaborative. A great rule to remember is “who, what, where, when, how”).What is your annual salary and has it met your expectations? Why or why not?What part of your education has benefitted you the most in achieving this career?What type of continuing education are you required to complete to maintain credentials/expertise and grow in this career choice?Your presentation should include a title slide, Body of presentation, including in text citations, NOTES, Conclusion/Summary, Reference slide (at least three academic references), per APA.IMPORTANT: You MUST utilize the Note portion of the PowerPoint. Each slide should have at least one substantive paragraph, e.g. five- seven sentences regarding what you have highlighted on the slides. The Note portion is worth a significant amount of points for this assignment. The following site may be very helpful in providing a refresher on how to prepare an APA formatted PowerPoint presentation: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/686/01…**My career choice: School Counselor**
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Component
Description of
subcategories
studied thus far
(Weeks 1 – 5)
60 Points Possible
Conclusion/Summ
ary
20 Points Possible
Usage of
Academic,
Scholarly Sources
10 Points Possible
Overall
Presentation of
material (Flow,
Clarity,
Professional
Appearance of
Final Product, Use
of Proper
Grammar/Spelling
to convey
thoughts)
10 Points Possible
Summary Comments:
Excellent
Satisfactory
Student clearly
addresses the
level/type of
work,
opportunities,
education
required, work
settings,
average
incomes, and
biggest take
away from
each career
field.
Student provides
a mostly accurate
description of
work,
opportunities,
education
required, work
settings, average
incomes, and
biggest take
away from each
career field.
At times, content
lacks coherence.
Student clearly
highlights all
content
objectives and
is thorough in
Conclusion/Su
mmary.
Student provides
some content
objectives and
presents
adequate
Conclusion/Sum
mary.
Student clearly
paraphrases
from at least
three scholarly,
academic
sources and
cites them
according to
APA Style on
the References
Slide.
Submission is
clear and
coherent, flows
well, and has a
professional
appearance.
Few, if any,
errors in
grammar/spelli
ng are made
(for written
entries) or in
spoken English
(for video
entries).
Student
paraphrases from
three scholarly,
academic
sources. Direct
quotations may
be used in place
of paraphrasing
or there may be
citation/formatting
errors.
Submission is
understandable,
but flow may be
stilted or meaning
unclear in spots.
Some written or
spoken
grammatical
errors are
evident.
Submission
appears
“amateurish” in
spots.
Needs
Improvement
Student provides a
marginal
description of work,
opportunities,
education required,
work settings,
average incomes,
and biggest take
away from each
career field.
Sufficient details
and supporting
evidence are
lacking.
Student provides
marginal
knowledge of
content objectives.
Conclusion/Summa
ry is lacking in
sufficiently
wrapping the
paper.
Student
paraphrases from
less than three
scholarly, academic
sources. Many
direct quotations
are used or citation
style is mostly
inaccurate.
Submission seems
choppy or difficult
to understand.
Submission
appears mostly
amateurish or
unprofessional.
Many errors in
grammar/spelling in
evident.
Unsatisfactory
Points
Earned
Does not
clearly discuss
and describe
work,
opportunities,
education
required, work
settings,
average
incomes, and
biggest take
away from
each career
field.
Student does
not provide
conclusion/sum
mary
Student uses
only sources
from the
popular web
(e.g.,
Wikipedia,
WebMD, etc…)
or does not
include a
References
slide.
Submission
appears largely
unprofessional,
messy, and
contains
numerous
grammar/spelli
ng errors.
Total
Points:
Component
PowerPoint
presentation:
minimum 20 slides,
detailing and
describing one
career choice from
those we have
studied Weeks 1 –
6.
The Note portion of
the presentation is
substantively
utilized.
160 Points Possible
Conclusion/
Summary
The Note portion of
the presentation is
substantively
utilized.
80 Points Possible
Usage of
Academic,
Scholarly Sources
20 Points Possible
Excellent
Satisfactory
Student clearly
discusses
goals,
expectations for
first year in
career field,
including
interaction with
clients, typical
day in career,
most rewarding
aspect of first
year, conflicts,
salary,
education
content, CE
requirements.
Student
discusses
thoroughly and
coherently,
using Note
portion of the
presentation.
Student provides
a mostly
accurate
discussion
toward content
requirements.
Highlights and
graphics of
slides are
excellent.
Student
provides a clear
and substantive
summary of
content
components.
Note portion is
utilized.
Highlights and
graphics on
slides are
adequate.
Student provides
some
understanding
and knowledge in
content
components.
The bulk of the
information is
written within
Note portion.
Note portion
sufficiently
utilized.
Student clearly
paraphrases
from at least
three scholarly,
academic
sources and
cites them
according to
APA Style on
the References
Slide.
Student
paraphrases
from three
scholarly,
academic
sources. Direct
quotations may
be used in place
of paraphrasing
or there may be
citation/formattin
g errors.
Needs
Improvement
Student provides a
marginal discussion
of content
components.
Unsatisfactory
Sufficient details
within note portion
are lacking.
Note portion is
not utilized.
Highlights and
graphics utilized on
slides lacking in
creativity and
substance.
Student provides a
marginal
understanding and
knowledge in
summary. Sufficient
details and
supporting
evidence are
lacking.
Note portion is not
sufficient.
Student
paraphrases from
less than three
scholarly, academic
sources. Many
direct quotations
are used or citation
style is mostly
inaccurate.
Does not
clearly discuss
content
components.
Highlights and
graphics
subpar for
presentation
purposes.
Does not
clearly apply
knowledge or
offer any
supporting
evidence.
Note portion
not utilized.
Student uses
only sources
from the
popular web
(e.g.,
Wikipedia,
WebMD, etc.)
does not
include a
References
slide.
Points
Earned
Overall
Presentation of
material (Flow,
Clarity,
Professional
Appearance of
Final Product, Use
of Proper
Grammar/Spelling
to convey
thoughts)
20 Points Possible
Summary Comments:
Submission is
clear and
coherent, flows
well, and has a
professional
appearance.
Few, if any,
errors in
grammar/spellin
g are made (for
written entries)
or in spoken
English (for
video entries).
Submission is
understandable,
but flow may be
stilted or
meaning unclear
in spots. Some
written or spoken
grammatical
errors are
evident.
Submission
appears
“amateurish” in
spots.
Submission seems
choppy or difficult
to understand.
Submission
appears mostly
amateurish or
unprofessional.
Many errors in
grammar/spelling in
evident.
Submission
appears largely
unprofessional,
messy, and
contains
numerous
grammar/spelli
ng errors.
Total
Points:

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