1. Explore any considerations specific to your intended audience that should be taken into consideration when planning your program. For example, perhaps there are physical, mental, or developmental factors, environmental factors, political or social factors you will have to consider.
2. Can factors such as age, socioeconomic status, or cultural considerations impact learning in your target audience? If so, how do you envision overcoming these limitations? How have other programs overcome them?
3. Describe and discuss how you would address any health literacy concerns that may exist in the group you have selected.
Use this rubric to see how I will evaluate your writing. BSHS Writing Rubric . It will be used to assess your papers.
Remember that all of your work should be prepared using appropriate format.
Your SLP and your case assignments are considered scholarly works. Your final work should include a MINIMUM of 10 peer reviewed (scholarly) sources. This does not mean that you must place 10 peer reviewed sources in each module of your SLP. I anticipate that the nature of the questions which must be answered in this project will result in the accumulation of more than 10 references, but 10 is the minimum number. This means by the end of module 5, I should be able to go back and count AT A MINIMUM a total of 10 scholarly-peer reviewed publications in all of your submitted papers.
Appropriate Headings and Paper Flow
Remember that you are preparing a formal academic paper. Your paper should make use of appropriate headings and subheadings. You should not cut & paste the questions posed and answer them like a ?Question and Answer? session. Your finished paper should read like an academic paper.
In order to earn full credit:
You will be assessed on your ability to communicate your points from the perspective of a health educator.
Please write your paper in your own words. That is the only way I can evaluate your level of understanding.
Your papers will be evaluated on the following factors: