Feedback for BC2003 Assessment Submission (Attempt 1) – BC2003: Social Ecological Model



7/8/21, 3:18 PMFeedback for BC2003 Assessment Submission (Attempt 1) – BC2003: Social Ecological Model – Walden University – Tempo Learning

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BC2003 Rubric Activity: BC2003 Assessment Submission (Attempt 1)

Course: BC2003: Social Ecological Model

Name: Aiyana Watson

Rubric Criteria 0 – Not Present 1 – Needs Improvement 2 – Meets Expectations

Learning Objective 1.1: Apply the Social Ecological Model to health

conditions or diseases.

Learning Objective 2.1: Apply health behavior theories and models to

health behaviors.

Learning Objective 3.1: Apply Healthy People 2020 focus areas and

objectives to health conditions or diseases.

Response is not present. Fact sheet includes a reference to the

Social Ecological Model that is

incomplete or unclear, or the

application of the level is not

explained fully.

Response is not present. Fact sheet includes a health behavior

theory or model that is inapplicable,

or the application of the theory or

model is not explained fully.

Response is not present. Fact sheet identifies and explains the

Healthy People 2020 focus area that

was chosen and describes one or

more objectives within that focus

area that apply directly to the health

condition or disease and the

vulnerable population selected.

Criterion Feedback

Please specify which HP2030 topic or objective addresses this health issue

Response is not present. Fact sheet fails to fully address one

or more aspects of the health

condition or disease (prevention,

Fact sheet includes a reference to at

least one level of the Social

Ecological Model and describes how

the health condition or disease is

explained at that level.

Fact sheet includes a reference to at

least one health behavior theory or

model and describes how the theory

or model helps to explain associated

health behaviors.

Fact sheet identifies a Healthy

People 2020 focus area and/or

objective that does not fully apply, or

neglects to explain how it applies to

the vulnerable population chosen.

Fact sheet includes information on

prevention, detection, and treatment

of the selected health condition or

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Learning Objective 3.2: Analyze prevention, detection, and treatment

of health conditions or diseases.

Learning Objective 3.3: Identify population statistics applicable to

health conditions or diseases.

Learning Objective 3.4: Compare population health conditions or

disease statistics.

Learning Objective 3.5: Apply culturally and linguistically appropriate

standards to educational material.

Learning Objective 3.6: Evaluate culturally appropriate visual

material.

detection, and treatment).

Response is not present. Fact sheet includes statistics that are

not fully applicable to the health

condition or disease or the vulnerable

population selected, or the statistics

are invalid.

Response is not present. Fact sheet includes a comparison that

is not applicable, not clear, or

inaccurate.

Response is not present. Fact sheet contains some information

or language that is not culturally

appropriate.

Response is not present. Fact sheet contains less than two

pieces of visual material or the

material presented is not culturally

appropriate.

Mastery Rubric No Yes

Learning Objective 1.1: Synthesize information from various sources. Fact sheet gives a comprehensive and culturally appropriate overview of the health

condition or disease that synthesizes

information from a variety of sources.

0 – Not Present 1 – Needs Improvement 2 – Meets Expectations

disease.

Fact sheet includes at least two

different statistics that pertain

directly to the health condition or

disease and to the vulnerable

population selected.

Fact sheet includes at least one

statistical comparison between data

specific to the health condition or

disease and vulnerable population

and a population that is comparable.

Fact sheet contains information and

language that is culturally

appropriate to the vulnerable

population selected. Language is also

tailored to that culture.

Fact sheet includes at least two

pieces of visual material that are

culturally appropriate to the

vulnerable population selected.

Fact sheet does not give a comprehensive and

culturally appropriate overview of the health

condition or disease that synthesizes

information from a variety of sources.

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Professional Skills Building

Written Communication WC 1.1: Construct complete and correct

sentences.

Written Communication WC 1.2: Demonstrate the effective use of

grammar and mechanics.

Written Communication WC 1.3: Create cohesive paragraphs with a

clear central idea.

Written Communication WC 1.4: Use supporting material to support

a claim.

Written Communication WC 1.6: Identify sources.

Quantitative Fluency QF 1.2: Use both narrative and graphic form to

explain the same data.

Engaging Multiple Social and Cultural Perspectives EP 1.1: Recognize

the value of one’s own and others’ social and cultural perspectives.

Sentences are incoherent and impede

the reader’s access to ideas.

Sentences are incomplete and/or

include fragments and run-on

sentences, limiting the reader’s access to ideas.

Multiple inaccuracies in grammar and

mechanics impede the reader’s

access to ideas.

Some inaccuracies in grammar and

mechanics limit the reader’s access to

ideas.

Paragraphs, or lack of paragraphs,

impede reader’s access to ideas.

Construction of main idea and/or

supporting paragraphs limit the

reader’s access to ideas.

Supporting materials are not present. Supporting material is used

inconsistently or inappropriately.

Sources are missing. Writing inconsistently identifies or

misrepresents sources.

Graphs and/or narrative is not

present.

Supportive connection between

narrative and graph is not clearly

explained.

Recognition is not present. Response demonstrates a vague

understanding of the value of one’s

own and others’ social and cultural

perspectives.

Recognition is not present. Response demonstrates a vague

understanding of how different

cultural and social perspectives might

Sentences’ structure effectively

conveys meaning to the reader.

Use of grammar and mechanics is

straightforward and effectively

conveys meaning to the reader.

Main idea and/or supporting

paragraphs effectively convey

meaning to the reader.

Supporting material is used to

enhance meaning. Writing is

appropriately paraphrased and uses

direct quotes, as applicable.

Writing clearly identifies the source

of nonoriginal material and/or ideas.

Narrative explanation of quantitative

data explains the graph and the

graph illustrates and clarifies the

narrative.

Response demonstrates a clear

understanding of the value of one’s

own and others’ social and cultural

perspectives.

Response demonstrates a clear

understanding of how different

cultural and social perspectives might

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Overall Score

Engaging Multiple Social and Cultural Perspectives EP 1.2: Recognize

how knowledge from different cultural and social perspectives might

affect interpretations of issues in society.

Engaging Multiple Social and Cultural Perspectives EP 1.3: Evaluate

the source of one’s own perspectives on selected issues in culture

and society.

Engaging Multiple Social and Cultural Perspectives EP 1.4: Evaluate

competing social and cultural perspectives on specific problems in

order to arrive at a solution.

affect interpretations of issues.

Evaluation is not present. Response provides an incomplete

evaluation of the source of one’s own

perspectives on selected issues in

culture and society.

Evaluation is not present. Response provides an incomplete

evaluation of the source of

perspectives and/or does not offer a

viable solution.

0 – Not Present 1 – Needs Improvement 2 – Meets Expectations

affect interpretations of issues.

Response provides a thorough

evaluation of the source of one’s own

perspectives on selected issues in

culture and society.

Response provides a thorough

evaluation of differing perspectives

and is able to make a judgment

regarding viable solutions.


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