The Core Assessment for this course is a formal paper prepared in the profession

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The Core Assessment for this course is a formal paper prepared in the professional style of the discipline – American Psychological Association (APA) Style. This means you need a cover page, page number headers, proper heading, reference page, etc. Whichever route you choose, your paper must be well developed and relate to the developmental topics discussed in this course.
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More details for Route 1 – Formal Academic Structure
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The paper for Route 1 is a research APA paper that includes a title page, page number headers, headings, introduction, a summary of peer-reviewed empirical journal articles for four developmental periods, conclusion, reference page, etc.
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Each student should select a minimum of one peer-reviewed journal article to analyze each of four developmental periods:
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Prenatal development and birth/ newborn
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Infancy and Toddlerhood (0-2 years)
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Early (Play) years (2-5 years)
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Middle Childhood (School) years (5-12 years)
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For each article/ developmental period, present a summary/ application for the following:
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What topic did they study?
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What was the purpose of the study?
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Who did they test or study?
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How did they test them or gather data?
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What did they find (results)?
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How does the public policy apply to this article?
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Use this same set of questions for each of the four articles to address the four different developmental periods.
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Research Paper Outline
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Use the following outline to guide to help you organize this assignment
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Title Page- (Hint: Do not actually write the phrase “Title Page” on the title page itself, or any of these other labels like “Topic Introduction”, etc.)
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Introduction-Introduce the topic (a good quote, old saying, or simple statement of a good example from everyday life is a great way to give the reader the idea and get them interested in reading more).
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Summary- (repeated for the four developmental periods. Use headings to separate the periods)
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Conclusion
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References- (This should be on a new page. Be sure to provide a reference for every article that you cited. Do not list anything in the references that you have not cited in the body of the text).

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