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Please follow instruction. its a critical analysis paper. please in depth analysis needed. Read a book and write reflective paper on book which you read using gibbs model. please follow outline mention in the instruction. i need 90 percentage in my assignment. so i need good quality paper. I have uploaded rubric for this assignment as well.
For this assignment, read a book that matches one of the topics on the class syllabus, and write a review of it. The body of this paper should use the sections given in the Gibbs’ Cycle and be written as a personal book review. Marks are assigned as outlined below:
OUTLINE OF ASSIGNMENT
1. ABSTRACT: (DESCRIBE ALL OF THE BELOW POINT)
1.1 MAIN OBJECTIVE OR PURPOSE
1.2 PROBLEM
1.3 APPROACH
1.4 RESULT
1.5 CONCLUSION
2. Introduction (10%) - Review the book, state the title, the author, the reason why the book/article was selected, the meaning of reflection, the introduction of Gibbs’ Cycle and how it is used ( at least 1 page)
(Gibbs Reflective cycle Format)
3. Description (20%) - the meaning of section and the explanation of what the wheel of thought does, followed by all the attributes of the wheel (Gibbs’) ( at least 3 page)
Wheels (Elements) of thought below table
3.1 PURPOSE GOAL, OBJECTIVE 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND PURPOSE FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF OF MAIN PURPOSE. PUT IN “ “ ( DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN PURPOSE IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.2 QUESTION AT ISSUE PROBLEM, ISSUES 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND QUESTION AT ISSUE FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN QUESTION AT ISSUE. PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN PURPOSE IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.3 INFORMATION DATA, FACTS, OBSERVATION 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND MAIN INFORMATION FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN INFORMATION. PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN PURPOSE IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.4 INTERPRETATION AND INFERENCE CONCLUSION, SOLUTION 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND MAIN INTERPRETATION AND INFERENCE FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN INTERPRETATION AND INFERENCE. PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN INTERPRETATION AND INFERENCE IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.5 CONCEPT THEORIES, DEFINATION, AXIOMS, LAWS, PRINCIPLES, MODEL 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND MAIN CONCEPT (IDEA) FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN CONCEPT (IDEA). PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN CONCEPT IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.6 ASSUMPTION PRE-SUPPOSITION, TAKING FOR GRANTED 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND MAIN ASSUMPTION FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN ASSUMPTION. PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN ASSUMPTION IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.7 IMPLICATION AND CONSEQUENCES 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND MAIN IMPLICATION AND CONSEQUENCES FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN IMPLICATION AND CONSEQUENCES. PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN IMPLICATION AND CONSEQUENCES IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
3.8 POINT OF VIEW FRAME OF REFRENCE, PERSPECTIVE, ORIENTATION 1. DESCRIBE IT IN DETAIL. FIND MAIN POINT OF VIEW FROM THE BOOK.
2. PUT EXACT WORDING OF MAIN POINT OF VIEW. PUT IN “ “ (DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA) DESCRIBE MAIN POINT OF VIEW IN DETAIL AND GIVE REFRENCE OF BOOK WITH PAGE NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE (BOOK, 2012, P-1-2). (USE APA 7THE EDITION)
4. Feelings (5%) – the student’s feelings before, during, and after reading the the book - regarding the topic. ( at least 1 page)
5. Evaluation - (20%) - Evaluate the book, ( how it is written) introduction of the intellectual standards. Selection of Clarity plus two intellectual standards they choose from the marking sheet. ( at least 2 page)
Intellectual Standards
Elements of Reasoning
5.1 Information
(situation analysis; important data, facts, observations for analysis and decision making)
5.2 Concepts
(theories, principles, models to be applied in the analysis or exercise)
5.3 Points of View
(important stakeholders to consider in the analysis and resulting decision(s))
5.4 Assumptions
(presuppositions, values or beliefs that must be explicitly stated)
5.5 Implications
(potential +/- outcomes or consequences of decisions or strategies)
5.6 Interpretation
(articulation of conclusions, interpretation, recommendation based on information, concepts, POV, assumptions and Implications)
6. Analysis - (30%) - Use of course content to analyse the most interesting section of the book. (WRITE MINIMUM THREE POINTS. FOLLOW BELOW TABLE. ( at least 3 page)
NO THE BOOK SAY THIS “ “ (DOUBLE INVETED COMMA WITH REFRENCE OF BOOK (BOOK,2012,P-1-2) (WRITE 3 POINTS) YOU SAY (AGREE OR DISAGREE) (WRITE 3 POINTS)
1 MAIN POINT MAIN POINT
2 EXPLANATION WHY YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE EXPLANATION
3 EXAMPLE EXAMPLE
7. Conclusion - (8%) - Explain what conclusions you have reached about your experience based on the content of the book. ( at least 1 page)
8. Action Plan - (7%) - Outline several steps you plan to take in the future to use the information in the book in your life. ( at least 1 page)
9. Final Conclusion
Remember, you MUST demonstrate critical thinking in the presented material to get the best mark
Written Communication Assessment 10%
1-2
Did not meet expectations 3-4
Met expectations 5
Exceeded expectations
Writing Conventions
(grammar, word use, punctuation, mechanics) Frequent
grammatical errors
and misspellings
inhibit readability Informal language, abbreviations and slang are used Few grammatical errors
(3 or fewer per page)
Correct verb tense used
Paragraphs flow from
one to another Active
voice pervasive Free of grammatical errors
and misspellings Effective verb tense used; Uses phrases and
construction that delight as
well as inform the reader
Primarily active voice
Overall Effectiveness appearance/format Not formatted to Specifications, Lacking professional appearance Formatting is generally
correct, acceptable
professional appearance. Assigned format followed
explicitly: Exceptional
professional appearance
Critical Thinking and Written Analyses Rubric 90%
Criteria 1-5
Did Not Meet Expectations 6-8
Met Expectations 9-10
Exceeded Expectations
Clarity Writing is not clear. It is
difficult to understand points
being made. The writing lacks
transitions, and few examples and/or illustrations are provided to support explanation or
recommendations. Writing is generally well organized and understood. Transitions are used to facilitate clarity. Some examples and/illustrations are used to support explanation or recommendations. Writing is succinct, precise,
effectively organized no ambiguity. Transitions, explanation and elaboration are extensive to elucidate points. Detailed illustrations and/or examples are used to support explanation & recommendations
Relevance Critical issues/questions are
omitted or ignored in the writing. Writing addresses most of the critical issues/questions All critical issues/questions
are addressed completely in writing
Depth of
Discussion
/20 Ignores bias; Omits arguments
Misrepresents issues; Excludes data; Includes but does not detect inconsistency of
information; Ideas contain
unnecessary gaps, repetition or extraneous details overlooks differences Detects bias; Recognizes arguments; Categorizes content; Paraphrases data;
Sufficient detail to support conclusions and/or recommendations
Analysis includes insightful
questions; Refutes bias; Discusses
issues thoroughly; Critiques content; Values information Examines inconsistencies;
Offers extensive detail to support conclusions and recommendations; Suggests solutions/ implementation
Breadth of Discussion
/20 Omits arguments or
perspectives; Misses major
content areas/concepts;
Presents few options Covers the breadth of the topic without being superfluous Considers multiple
perspectives; Thoroughly delves into the issues/questions;
Thoroughly discusses relevant facts
Integration
Elements of Reasoning
/20 Fails to draw conclusions or
conclusions rely on author’s
authority rather than strength of presentation; Draws faulty conclusions; Shows intellectual dishonesty Formulates clear conclusions with adequate support Assimilates and critically
reviews information, uses
reasonable judgment, and
provides balanced, well
justified conclusions
Internally Consistent There is little integration across the sections of the paper. Several inconsistencies or contradictions exist. Few of the issues, recommendations and explanations make sense; not well integrated. Sections of the paper are generally well linked/connected. Only minor contradictions exist. Most of the issues, recommendations and explanations make sense and are well integrated. All sections of the paper are
linked. There are no
contradictions in the
writing. All issues,
recommendations and
explanations make sense
and are well integrated

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