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I have givn you the refrences I Need a Two-page Analysis Papers.
After reading the material, you are asked to reflect in a two-page paper upon what you have read to determine how it fits with your beliefs about nursing and your lived experiences. This is NOT a summary of what was read. Instead it is a paper that demonstrates thinking and is an opportunity for you to share how you think about and feel about what was assigned for reading. You will analyze the reading and ask questions about its meaning, applicability, and value or utility for practice. This is not a journal; writing should be done in the third person or the subject. DO NOT write in first person and do not use the words I, me, myself, my, mine, we, us, ourselves, our, and ours. These words are first person.
Questions that you might ask and then attempt to answer as you read the second time include but are not limited to such things as: • What do I think about what I am reading? • How is this like something I already know in a different way? • What is a new example of something I read about? • What are the strengths and weaknesses of what is being discussed in the reading? • What do I agree with and what do I disagree with in the assigned reading? • How might I use this information in my practice? • What am I confused about? • What seems unrealistic about what is presented in the reading?”
It is your answer to such questions that should make up the required two-page paper. The paper should be word processed and spelling and grammar checked and should take about two double-spaced pages (approximately 400 words) to develop. Correct use of APA style must be applied. The paper will probably address several of these questions or other thoughts that you think are important as you read the material for the second time. You will be using APA format to support the literature you have read and are addressing in your writings.
The above guidelines are taken from: Ruland, J. & Ahem, N. (2007). Transforming student perspectives through reflective writing. Nurse Educator, 32(2), p. 84.
The Analysis Papers must be submitted to Turnitin.com - located in Blackboard® in a Word Document (do not paste your paper into the drop box) prior to or on due date (11:59pm). A late paper will not be accepted for grading and will result in zero points. There is no option to make up this assignment. References must be included. The first two (2) Analysis Papers paper have the option for a re-write. Maximum score for a re-write is 13 points.
Two-page Analysis Paper: Written assignment rubric: (15 points each)
Low Scores Average Score High Score Evidence of controlling purpose (Central Idea or Argument) 0 1 2 • Fails to establish purpose for writing. • No clear point, or purpose; no central argument to paper. • Paper drifts substantially from initial purpose or controlling idea. • Purpose or controlling idea is established initially, but inconsistently attended to. • Paper shows some unity of purpose, though some material may not be well aligned.
• Establishes strong sense of purpose, either explicitly or implicitly. • Controlling purpose governs development and organization of the text. • Attends to purpose as paper unfolds. Engagement with the text 0 1 2 • Does not connect well to the source text. • Does not show evidence of having understood the reading(s) that should inform the paper. • Repeats or summarizes source text without analyzing or critiquing. • Shows evidence that materials were read and that those texts have shaped the author’s writing. • Shows basic understanding and ability to engage the substance of the text(s). • Goes beyond repetition or summary of source text(s). • Shows clearly that the writer read and understood the source text(s) that inform the paper. • Summarizes key points or issues in the source text and then critically analyzes or synthesizes those ideas with the author’s own ideas. • Extend the ideas of the source text in interesting ways.
Organization and development 0 2 3 • Moves in unpredictable sequence. • Lacks progression from start through middle to end. • Moves from idea to idea without substantial development; lacks depth. • Some evidence of organization, with appropriate moves in the introduction and conclusion and some partitioning in the body. • Most paragraphs have topic sentences with supporting details. • Achieves some depth of discussion.
• Establishes clear pattern of development, so the paper feels organized and orderly. • Develops ideas in some depth. • Uses appropriate strategies of narration, exemplification, and exposition through generalization/support patterning.
Use of source material in references 0 2 3 • References to source materials are either not present, or sources are not well introduced. • It is often not clear where information is coming from or whether sources are properly cited. • In-text citations and end-of-text references are not formatted according to APA style. • Source materials are cited, though not always consistently correct. • It is generally clear when information comes from sources. • Paraphrasing need improvement • Too many direct quotes • Source materials are introduced, • Contextualized, and made relevant to the purpose of the paper. • It is always clear when information, opinions, or facts come from a source as opposed to coming from the author. • No evidence of plagiarism
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Low Scores Average Score High Score • The paper does not follow APA style • In-text citations and end-of-text references are formatted according to APA style most of the time. • The paper inconsistently follows APA style
• In-text citations and end-of-text references are formatted according to APA style. • The paper follows APA style
Style and writing mechanics 0 2 3 • Lacks control over sentence structure, difficult to follow, does not use appropriate transitions. • Little control over patterns of subordination and coordination. • Requires the reader to backtrack to make sense. • Uses wrong words and awkward phrasing. • Style is competent, though not engaging or inventive. • Shows reasonable command over phrasing and word choice. • Some useful transitions and patterns of reference provide connection. • Author clearly controls the pace, rhythm, and variety of sentences. • Sentence style is smooth and efficient, with good use of subordination and coordination. • Words are well chosen and phrasing is apt and precise. • Sentences move smoothly from one to the next, with clear moves that open, develop, and close topics
Paragraph and sentence-level writing 0 1 2 • Many errors of punctuation, spelling, capitalization (mechanics). • Many grammatical errors (agreement, tense, case, number, pronoun use). • Some typical errors are in evidence, but overall, the writing is correct. • Few if any errors of punctuation, spelling, capitalization (mechanics). • Few if any grammatical errors (agreement, tense, case, number, pronoun use).
I have givn you the refrences I Need a Two-page Analysis Papers.
After reading the material, you are asked to reflect in a two-page paper upon what you have read to determine how it fits with your beliefs about nursing and your lived experiences. This is NOT a summary of what was read.