1. Write a brief summary of the main ideas presented (300 words). Here is a rubric for this assignment: A summary is a concise paraphrase of all the main ideas in an essay or article. See more information on summarizing in these links https://public.wsu.edu/~mejia/Summary.htm, https://writing.colostate.edu/comparchive/rst/reso… 2. Following the summary of the article, you selected formulate an open-ended question that would generate a discussion on the topics covered this week. The questions should lead discussions and not answered in a yes or no format. Your classmates will write a short response essay to your question. Here are examples of open-ended questions from the Module 1 Readings:
As a health provider, physician, nurse how can learning (reading/writing) narratives influence their work in providing health care?
What is the significance of narrative medicine?
How long should a health provider spend with a patient to listen to their stories. Explain your response
How does narrative medicine affect the sick, or people with health issues?
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Proficient
IDEAS &CONTENT
Description of
Study/Identification
of work summarized
Competent
Novice
Points:
Points:
Points:
2 (20.00%)
1 (10.00%)
0 (0.00%)
Has a clear summary
characterized by
paraphrasing of the
main idea(s) and
significant details
Makes a clear
interpretation in a
creative way that
shows
understanding and
insights of the text
Provides effective
support for
interpretations
through specific
textual evidence,
examples, and ideas
Has a clear summary
characterized by
paraphrasing of the
main idea(s) and
significant details
Makes a clear
interpretation in a
creative way that
shows
understanding and
insights of the text
Provides some
support for
interpretations
through specific
textual evidence,
examples, and ideas
Feedback:
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Has a somewhat
clear summary
characterized by
substantial copying
of key phrases and
minimal
paraphrasing Makes
an interpretation,
but it is not clear or
relevant and shows
a limited
understanding of the
text Provides weak
support for
interpretations, with
limited or weak
evidence and
examples
Proficient
Competent
Novice
Feedback:
Points:
Points:
2 (20.00%)
1 (10.00%)
Points:
0 (0.00%)
ACCURACY OF FACTS
Summary identified
accurate facts and
did not include
personal ideas,
opinions or
interpretation.
Summary mostly
identified accurate
facts, with some
personal ideas,
opinions or
interpretation.
Feedback:
Feedback:
Summary was
mostly opinion and
included few facts
from article.
Feedback:
Points:
2 (20.00%)
Points:
1 (10.00%)
ORGANIZATION
/Focus on Major
Points
Provides an
organizing structure
that includes
paragraphs that
creatively engage
the reader and
provides a strong
conclusion
Paragraphs are
clearly organized by
clear images,
premises, or ideas
form the text
Provides an
organizing structure
that includes
paragraphs that
engage the reader
and provides a
conclusion
Paragraphs are
organized by clear
images, premises, or
ideas form the text
Feedback:
Points:
0 (0.00%)
Provides an
organizing structure
with very few
paragraphs that may
lack engagement or
a conclusion
Paragraphs are
limited to just one or
two ideas, premises,
or images
Feedback:
Feedback:
SUMMARY
LANGUAGE &
COMPOSITION
Points:
Points:
Points:
2 (20.00%)
1 (10.00%)
0 (0.00%)
Proficient
Sentences flow
Sentence length,
structure, and
complexity is varied.
Uses vivid
descriptive language
and concrete
sensory details that
enable the reader to
visualize the events
or experiences
Competent
Novice
Sentences flow
Sentence structures
are varied. Uses
concrete sensory
details that help the
reader visualize the
events or
experiences
Sentences have runons or are confusing
Sentence structures
are limited in
variety. Uses limited,
repetitive word
choice that does not
give a visual picture
Feedback:
Feedback:
Points:
Points:
1 (10.00%)
0 (0.00%)
Contains some
convention errors
that do not interfere
with the meaning
Contains several
errors that may
interfere with the
meaning
Feedback:
Feedback:
Feedback:
Points:
2 (20.00%)
APA format,
Grammar, Spelling
Contains few if any
errors in
conventions
Feedback:
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