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You have explored wellness through the four general lenses of the general education program. For this module, you are preparing your final project, bringing together the work from the previous weeks into a portfolio and a presentation. Issues and events in wellness can affect us in direct or indirect ways. For example, consider the impact of environment on wellness and vice versa. For the purposes of this module, we are using environment to refer to the physical space that surrounds us. This goes beyond the scientific understanding of environment as the natural world, ecosystem, or biosphere and also incorporates a sociological understanding of environment that factors urban design, public planning, and access to resources. The social determinants of health continue to be relevant as you continue to explore the environmental aspects of wellness beyond this class, such as food deserts, urban design for walking and biking, air/noise/chemical pollution, and urban gardening.

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Environmental wellness impacts all the people who live in a community. For instance, consider the access to healthy water that has impacted the city of Flint, Michigan (Flint Water Crisis Fast Facts) or the island of Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria (About 1 Million Americans Without Running Water). Water is one of the most vital substances to our wellness, and without access to clean water, we are unable to stay hydrated and are susceptible to waterborne illnesses. Other examples include the concerns raised about the health of communities in the path of the Keystone Pipeline (4 Key Impacts of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines) or those situated around mines (Selected Health Issues in Mining PDF). The people who work on those projects are directly impacted, but so are the people in the nearby community, animals, and the earth.

There are examples of communities making a positive impact on wellness. For instance, the city of Detroit, Michigan, has launched community gardens as a solution for both reclaiming abandoned land and for feeding the people in the neighborhood ( 10 Detroit Urban Farms Rooting Goodness Into the City). Other cities are reviewing their design and infrastructure to develop more public park space, improved walking and biking access, and ease of access to public transportation.

This week, you will submit Final Project Part One, your analysis of your issue or event in wellness through the four general education lenses, and Part Two, a multimedia presentation in which you have a chance to reflect on what you have learned about your issue or event, yourself, and wellness through analyzing its impact on society through the four lenses.

Instructions

Submit your final portfolio—an analysis of an issue or event in wellness through the four general education lenses: history, humanities, social sciences, and natural and applied sciences.

Note: Be sure to incorporate instructor feedback from your final project milestones into this final submission, particularly Milestones One, Two, and Four.

To complete this assignment, review the Final Project Part One Guidelines and Rubric PDF document.

The Four General Education Lenses

Each time we approach a question or project, we are informed by certain perspectives, or “lenses.” At

any given time, we are looking through multiple lenses, but often, one may be more dominant than the

others. Throughout your academic journey, these lenses coincide with disciplines or fields of study. Here

at SNHU, we’ve prioritized four of these lenses: the Humanities, History, the Sciences, and the Social

Sciences. Professionals in these fields all ask questions in order to gain information, but they may ask

them in different ways that will help them examine different aspects of a topic. We can think of these as

four different telescopes, and each lens has different characteristics. Thus, depending on the lens we are

looking through, the cultural artifacts we encounter—the constructed items that convey the

benchmarks of a particular culture or social group—will tell a different story.

The Humanities

At the core of the humanities is human creativity, and they explore the things that humanity creates and

how they offer insight into the way people experienced their present, interacted with their culture, and

comprehended abstract concepts and big questions about humanity’s place in the universe. The

humanities broaden perspectives and promote an understanding of multiple experiences, cultures, and

values through various mediums of creative human expression—such as literature, fine art, dance,

photography, philosophy and religion, film and television, music, even the internet and social media—

many of which are taught as separate academic disciplines. Within the humanities, both the artist’s (or

creator’s) intent and audience reception of a creative artifact are considered to help understand cultural

values and why they matter. They celebrate cultural diversity while also highlighting cultural similarity.

View these brief videos for more on the lens of the humanities: What Are the Humanities and Why Are

They Important? (1:53); IDS-100: Humanities (3:22).

History

Many of us are familiar with history as being a list of dates, events, and people to memorize, but history

is so much more than simply dates and memorizing facts. Your primary exposure to history could have

been in grade school required classes or in documentaries about subjects you find interesting. There is

so much more to history, however. History tells the stories of our past to help us better understand how

we got to the present. In addition to dates, events, and people, history encompasses first-hand accounts

of experiences that include artifacts from an era (tools, clothes, toys, etc.), letters or diaries from people

who lived during a certain time, documents from a time period, photographs, and, when possible,

interviews with people who lived through the events that historians study. Together, these historical

remnants help write a story of a particular time, which is then folded into the stories of history we are

living and making today. View these brief videos for more on the lens of history: Thinking Like a

Historian (8:47); What Is History For? (4:13); What is Historical Thinking (7:41).

The Natural and Applied Sciences

The natural and applied sciences study the physical world to help us better understand ourselves and

our place in nature, and nature’s role in shaping us. The natural sciences include fields such as biology,

chemistry, and physics, while the applied sciences include STEM-related fields such as mathematics andhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytR3wxwVBd0&feature=youtu.behttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytR3wxwVBd0&feature=youtu.behttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9imTDR_dUkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIdMgO-tfyE&feature=youtu.behttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIdMgO-tfyE&feature=youtu.behttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLE-5ElGlPMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSJLmWnxrPg

technology. Together these fields explore the questions and curiosities humans have been pondering for

ages, and scientists often develop questions and use a scientific process—the scientific method—to

describe, predict, and observe the natural world. This method of developing and researching hypotheses

can also be applied to the other lenses as a way to organize the questions one might ask to gain a

deeper understanding of our world and experiences. View these brief videos for more on the natural

and applied sciences: The Scientific Method (4:05); IDS-100: What Is Science? (2:01); IDS-100: Neil

deGrasse Tyson Describes Scientific Thinking (2:52).

The Social Sciences

As people are social beings, social science is the study of society and the relationships between people.

Subjects included in this lens are psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, and

geography. This study of human behavior and interaction can sometimes overlap with the humanities

lens, which also studies different cultures. Studying society, culture, and human relationships will lead us

to an understanding of how people live and how to improve our lives. Social scientists use a variety of

methods to arrive at conclusions within this lens, such as interviews, participant-observation, and

primary and secondary sources. The social sciences can also intersect with the other lenses. For

instance, like for the history lens, social scientists may look at the past to gain an understanding of the

social relationships that took place. How do we interact? How do we work together? Asking questions

similar to these has given us the opportunity to evaluate causes and effects related to people in our

society. Consider how the social science lens helps us interact with the world around us and uses

cultural artifacts to make changes in our lives to promote better living or promote interactions we

normally would not have with others. View these brief videos for more on social science: An Animated

Introduction to Social Science (4:35); What Is Social Science? Part 1 (2:50); What Is Social Science? Part 2

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IDS 402 Final Project Part Two Guidelines and Rubric

Overview This course explores wellness and its impact on the world around us. Wellness influences society, and society influences wellness, creating a feedback loop between them. We will critically analyze this feedback loop in this course through social, historical, and theoretical approaches to wellness as well as the four general education lenses: history, humanities, natural and applied sciences, and social sciences. Each of these four perspectives allows us to better understand the construction of wellness and its interrelation with society. From this enhanced understanding, you will be equipped to draw connections between wellness and your personal and professional lives, helping you to become a better-informed citizen who can make a positive difference in the world.

Issues and events in wellness have a pervading influence on many aspects of society, and how they are dealt with requires diverse knowledge and perspectives to investigate and change. The purpose of this project is to examine a specific issue or event in wellness and how that event or issue impacts individuals and society. You will do this through the development of a critical analysis portfolio and a presentation in which you will demonstrate your ability to think critically, investigate, and communicate clearly. These skills are often necessary to achieve personal and professional goals across many disciplines.

In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:

 Analyze the various components of wellness for investigating the influence of wellness on one’s discipline of study or chosen profession  Integrate interdisciplinary approaches for determining the impact that contemporary issues in healthcare systems have on modern society  Describe contemporary issues surrounding wellness for their relevance to and impact on the individual and society by employing appropriate research

strategies

 Recommend potential applications of strategies for monitoring and enhancing personal and public wellness  Articulate informed viewpoints on contemporary issues surrounding wellness through effective communication skills  Assess cultural and social attitudes, choices, and behaviors for their implications to lifelong health and wellness through the incorporation of diverse

perspectives and viewpoints informed by relevant literature and peer experiences

Prompt For Final Project Part Two, you will develop a multimedia presentation in which you will have a chance to reflect on what you have learned about your issue or event, yourself, and society through analyzing your event or issue’s impact on wellness. You will also be able to apply your communication skills and integrate multimedia elements to communicate your message to an audience.

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In developing this presentation, you will be able to use your analyses from Final Project Part One as a starting point. The reflective nature of this activity prompts you to dig deeper and consider the implications posed by the critical analysis of your issue or event in wellness. How does studying wellness affect how you understand yourself as well as the world around you? You’ll also be challenged to incorporate a dash of creativity to enhance your message.

Multimedia Presentation: For the second part of the project, you will create a multimedia presentation that incorporates audio narration and visuals to articulate how critically analyzing your issue or event in wellness impacts your own framework of perception and ability to constructively engage in society.

PowerPoint: You are required to include a combination of text and visuals in order to support your PowerPoint presentation. Use the Check File Compatibility With Earlier Versions and Are You Having Video or Audio Playback Issues? resources to help you check compatibility between versions of Office. Also, follow the instructions on the Microsoft Support page to compress your presentation into a zipped file. You may upload a zipped file when submitting this assignment. Reducing the size of the PowerPoint presentation file by compressing it makes it easier for your instructor to download and grade.

Microphone: While it is not necessary to purchase a microphone for this project, you will need to have access to a microphone to record the narration of the presentation. You can use the external microphone of your device, a set of earbuds, or a borrowed microphone from a friend. This assignment is graded on the content of the narration and not the quality of the recording.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Issue/Event: For this section of your presentation, you will introduce the issue or event and how it relates to issues of wellness and any of the topics that have been discussed in the course.

A. Using appropriate research strategies, describe a social or global issue or event that is related to issues of wellness. [IDS-402-03] i. What is the origin of the issue? ii. What is the issue about?

B. Using appropriate research strategies, describe the impact of the issue or event on society. [IDS-402-03] i. Who is impacted by the issue? ii. What is important to know about those who are impacted by the issue?

C. Using relevant research or diverse perspectives, assess how society impacts the chosen issue. [IDS-402-06] II. Yourself: This section of your presentation explores how studying wellness influences your individual framework of perception with respect to your

discipline of study or profession. A. How has critically analyzing your issue or event in wellness informed your individual framework of perception? Consider how your analysis has

altered the way you perceive the world. [IDS-402-05] B. How can critically analyzing wellness influence your field of study or profession? How can studying wellness inform your understanding of the

next big topic of study in your field or profession in the next five to ten years? [IDS-402-01] III. Society: This section of your presentation explores how studying wellness enhances your ability to engage constructively in society.

A. How does critically analyzing wellness add value to how you interact with people and understand social or global issues or events? Supplement your reasoning with examples. [IDS-402-04]

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B. Recommend strategies for using this kind of critical analysis for meeting your personal and professional goals. What might this look like in your everyday life? Consider how wellness can be used to address the day-to-day responsibilities or questions faced by practitioners in your field or discipline. [IDS-402-04]

IV. Conclusion: A. Using relevant research or diverse perspectives, assess the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness. [IDS-402-06] B. Explain how critically analyzing wellness adds value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts. [IDS-402-02]

V. Presentation: Throughout your presentation, you will be assessed on your ability to use effective communication skills to deliver your message to your audience.

A. Construct your presentation in a way that ensures the audio and visual elements are logically organized in order to convey your message to your audience. [IDS-402-05]

B. Provide supporting evidence in your presentation that supports the importance of the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness. [IDS- 402-05]

C. Develop the audio narration to logically flow with the presentation to articulate the importance of critically analyzing the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness. [IDS-402-05]

Milestones Milestone Three: Wellness, You, and Society In Module Five, you will draft the content that will inform your final multimedia presentation, due in Module Seven. This includes the interconnected nature of wellness and its impact on one’s individual framework of perception, one’s discipline of study, and society in general. This milestone will be submitted as a presentation draft that includes speaker’s notes. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.

Final Project Part Two Submission: Multimedia Presentation In Module Seven, you will submit Final Project Part Two. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project Part Two Rubric.

Final Project Part Two Rubric

Guidelines for Submission: Your multimedia presentation should be approximately 10 to 12 slides and 8 to 12 minutes in length. You are required to include a combination of text, visuals, and sound in order to support your work. Support your presentation with relevant resources cited in APA format and noted on a separate slide. If you require alternative accommodations for completing this assignment, reach out to your instructor directly for more information.

Note: Turnitin, the originality report feature used in the course, is not able to check PowerPoint submissions for plagiarism. Thus, you should submit your speaker notes in a separate Word document. Both files (PowerPoint and Word) can be submitted through the Final Project Part Two submission item.

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Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Issue/Event: Social

or Global Issue/Event [IDS-402-03]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and description demonstrates a nuanced understanding of the relationship between the chosen issue and problems in wellness

Describes a social or global issue or event and how it relates to problems in wellness, using appropriate research strategies

Describes a social or global issue or event and how it relates to problems in wellness, but description is cursory or research strategies are inappropriate

Does not describe a social or global issue or event and how it relates to problems in wellness

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Issue/Event: Impact on Society

[IDS-402-03]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and description demonstrates a nuanced understanding of the social impact of the issue or event

Describes the impact of the issue or event on society and uses appropriate research strategies

Describes the impact of the issue or event on society, but the description is cursory or the research strategies are inappropriate

Does not describe the impact of the issue or event on society

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Issue/Event: Society Impacts

[IDS-402-06]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and the relevant research or diverse perspectives used demonstrate a nuanced understanding of how society influences the chosen issue and how it is perceived

Assesses how society impacts the chosen issue, using relevant research or diverse perspectives

Assesses how society impacts the chosen issue, but explanation is cursory or the use of relevant research or diverse perspectives is inappropriate

Does not assess how society impacts the chosen issue

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Yourself: Individual Framework of

Perception [IDS-402-05]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and explanation demonstrates keen insight into how the issue or event has informed one’s individual framework of perception

Explains how critically analyzing an issue or event in wellness has informed one’s individual framework of perception

Explains how critically analyzing an issue or event in wellness has informed one’s individual framework of perception, but explanation is cursory

Does not explain how critically analyzing an issue or event in wellness has informed one’s individual framework of perception

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Yourself: Individual Field of Study or

Profession [IDS-402-01]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and explanation demonstrates keen insight into how an issue or event can influence one’s discipline of study or profession

Explains how critically analyzing wellness can influence one’s discipline of study or profession

Explains how critically analyzing wellness can influence one’s discipline of study or profession, but explanation is cursory

Does not explain how critically analyzing wellness can influence one’s discipline of study or profession

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Society: Interact [IDS-402-04]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and explanation demonstrates keen insight into how critically analyzing wellness adds va lue to interactions with people and to understanding social or global issues or events

Explains ho w critically analyzing wellness adds va lue to interactions with people and to understanding social or global issues or events

Explains ho w critically analyzing wellness adds va lue to interactions with people and issues or events, but explanation is cursory

Does not explain how critically analyzing wellness adds va lue to interactions with people and understanding to social or global issues or events

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Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Society: Strategies

[IDS-402-04] Meets “Proficient” criteria and strategies are plausible and detailed

Recommends strategies for using critical analysis for meeting personal and professional goals

Recommends strategies for using critical analysis for meeting personal and professional goals, but recommendations are inappropriate

Does not recommend strategies for using critical analysis for meeting personal and professional goals

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Conclusion: Benefits and Challenges

[IDS-402-06]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses relevant research or diverse perspectives to demonstrate a nuanced understanding of the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness

Assesses the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness and uses relevant research or diverse perspectives

Assesses the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness, but analysis is cursory or utilization of relevant research or diverse perspectives is inappropriate

Does not assess the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness

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Conclusion: Adds Value

[IDS-402-02]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and explanation demonstrates keen insight into how critically analyzing wellness adds value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts

Explains how critically analyzing wellness adds value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts

Explains how critically analyzing wellness adds value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts, but explanation is cursory

Does not explain how critically analyzing wellness adds value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts

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Presentation: Organized

[IDS-402-05]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and organization cogently conveys the message to the target audience

Constructs the presentation in such a way that ensures the audio and visual elements are logically organized

Presentation is constructed with audio and visual elements, but the organization is illogical

Does not construct the presentation in such a way that it is logically organized in order to convey its message to the target audience

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Presentation: Evidence

[IDS-402-05]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and supporting evidence in the presentation cogently conveys the importance of critically analyzing wellness

Provides supporting evidence in the presentation that supports the importance the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness

Provides supporting evidence, but it does not support the importance of the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness

Does not provide supporting evidence that supports the importance of the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness

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Presentation: Flow [IDS-402-05]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and the flow of the narration cogently articulates the importance of critically analyzing wellness

Develops the audio narration to logically flow with the presentation to articulate the importance of critically analyzing the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness

Develops the audio narration, but it does not logically flow with the presentation to articulate the importance the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness

Does not include audio narration to articulate the importance of the chosen issue or event and its impact within wellness

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Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Articulation of

Response Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, and syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to- read format

Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

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Total 100%

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IDS 402 Final Project Part One Guidelines and Rubric

Overview This course explores wellness and its impact on the world around us. Wellness influences society, and society influences wellness, creating a feedback loop between them. We will critically analyze this feedback loop in this course through social, historical, and theoretical approaches to wellness as well as the four general education lenses: history, humanities, natural and applied sciences, and social sciences. Each of these four perspectives allows us to better understand the construction of wellness and its interrelation with society. From this enhanced understanding, you will be equipped to draw connections between wellness and your personal and professional lives, helping you to become a better-informed citizen who can make a positive difference in the world.

Wellness has a pervading influence into many aspects of society, which requires diverse knowledge and perspectives to investigate and change. The purpose of this project is to examine a specific issue or event in wellness and how it impacts individuals and society through the development of a critical analysis portfolio and a presentation in which you will demonstrate your ability to think critically, investigate, and communicate clearly. These skills are often necessary to achieve personal and professional goals across many disciplines.

In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:

 Analyze the various components of wellness for investigating their influence of wellness on one’s discipline of study or chosen profession  Integrate interdisciplinary approaches for determining the impact contemporary issues in healthcare systems have on modern society  Recommend potential applications of strategies for monitoring and enhancing personal and public wellness  Assess cultural and social attitudes, choices, and behaviors for their implications to lifelong health and wellness through the incorporation of

diverse perspectives and viewpoints informed by relevant literature and peer experiences

Prompt For the first part of this project, you will select a specific issue or event in wellness and critically analyze it through the four general education lenses: history, humanities, social sciences, and natural and applied sciences. Through viewing the issue or event through these lenses, you will gain insight into how the interconnected nature of wellness affects society as well as both your own individual framework of perception and the choices, attitudes, and behaviors of others in the world around you. You will compile your analyses within a portfolio that will include an analysis of each lens, plus introduction and conclusion paragraphs. Altogether, this portfolio should be 6 to 8 pages long, not counting references. Within your portfolio, each analysis should be 3 to 5 paragraphs long.

Be sure to support your analyses with appropriate and relevant evidence from theory and research.

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Specifically, you must address the critical elements listed below. Most of the critical elements align with a particular course outcome (shown in brackets).

I. Introduction: For this part of the assessment, you will examine the role of the individual in a global society and how issues of wellness influence aspects of culture and the individual. You will explore topics that have been discussed in this course (sociology of wellness, psychological wellness, identity and wellness, wellness and socioeconomic status, etc.) to help guide your analysis.

A. Topic: Using the four lenses, explain how an issue or event within wellness has or has not influenced modern society. [IDS-402-02] II. Lens Analysis: In this part of the assessment, you will analyze your chosen issue or event through each of the following lenses to determine its impact on

various institutions, using evidence and research to support each analysis: A. History [IDS-402-01] B. Humanities [IDS-402-01] C. Natural and Applied Sciences [IDS-402-01] D. Social Sciences [IDS-402-01]

III. Conclusion A. Explain how integrating the four lenses helps understand how problems in wellness impact both professional and personal context. [IDS-402-02] B. Analyze how social practices have been shaped by issues and events in wellness in modern culture. [IDS-402-02] C. Using relevant research or diverse perspectives, assess the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness. [IDS-402-06] D. Explain how analyzing wellness can help interactions with those of a different viewpoint, culture, and perspective. [IDS-402-04]

Milestones Milestone One: Wellness and Me

In Module Two, you will select an issue or event in wellness to analyze through the four general education lenses. You will explain the issue or event and its relationship to wellness as well as describe its connection to all four lenses. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone One Rubric.

Milestone Two: Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of History a nd the Humanities In Module Four, you will analyze your issue or event through the history and the humanities lenses. This will provide you with a chance to practice analyzing your topic through these lenses and receive feedback on this practice attempt. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Two Rubric.

Milestone Four: Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the Natural and Applied Sciences and Social Sciences In Module Six, you will analyze your issue or event through the lenses of the natural and applied sciences and the social sciences. Like Milestone Two, this task provides you with an opportunity to dive deeper into your analysis of the topic through these two lenses. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Four Rubric.

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Final Project Part One Submission: Critical Analysis Portfolio In Module Seven, you will submit your completed portfolio. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project Part One Rubric.

Deliverables Milestone Deliverable Module Due Grading

One Wellness and Me Two Graded separately; Milestone One Rubric

Two Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the History and the Humanities

Four Graded separately; Milestone Two Rubric

Four Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the Natural and Applied Sciences and Social Sciences

Six Graded separately; Milestone Four Rubric

Final Project Part One Submission: Critical Analysis Portfolio

Seven Graded separately; Final Project Part One Rubric

Final Project Part One Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your portfolio must be 6 to 8 pages in length (plus a cover page and references) and written in APA format. Use double-spaced, 12- point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Include references cited in APA format. Submit your portfolio in a single Word document.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Introduction: Topic

[IDS-402-02] Meets “Proficient” criteria and usage of the four lenses demonstrates a nuanced understanding into how an issue or event within wellness has or has not influenced modern society

Explains how an issue or event within wellness has or has not influenced modern society through use of the four lenses

Explains how an issue or event within wellness has or has not influenced modern society through use of the four lenses, but the explanation or usage of the four lenses is cursory

Does not explain how an issue or event within wellness has or has not influenced modern society through use of the four lenses

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Lens Analysis: History

[IDS-402-01]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and analysis makes cogent connections between wellness and the history lens

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of history to determine its impact on various institutions, using evidence and research to support the analysis

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of history, but analysis is cursory or illogical, or supporting evidence is inappropriate or nonexistent

Does not analyze a chosen issue or event through the lens of history

12

3

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Lens Analysis:

Humanities [IDS-402-01]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and analysis makes cogent connections b etween wellness and the humanities lens

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of the humanities to determine its impact on various institutions, using evidence and research to support the analysis

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of the humanities, but analysis is cursory or illogical, or supporting evidence is inappropriate or nonexistent

Does not analyze a chosen issue or event through the lens of the humanities

12

Lens Analysis: Natural and Applied

Sciences [IDS-402-01]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and analysis makes cogent connections between wellness and the natural- and applied- sciences lens

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of the natural and applied sciences to determine its impact on various institutions, using evidence and research to support the analysis

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of the natural and applied sciences, but analysis is cursory or illogical, or supporting evidence is inappropriate or nonexistent

Does not analyze a chosen event or issue through the lens of the natural and applied sciences

12

Lens Analysis: Social Sciences

[IDS-402-01]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and analysis makes cogent connections between wellness and the social sciences lens

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of the social sciences to determine its impact on various institutions, using evidence and research to support the analysis

Analyzes a chosen issue or event through the lens of the social sciences, but analysis is cursory or illogical, or supporting evidence is inappropriate or nonexistent

Does not analyze a chosen issue or event through the lens of the social sciences

12

Conclusion: Impact [IDS-402-02]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and explanation reveals a nuanced understanding and in-depth awareness of the impact of wellness on professional and personal contexts

Explains how integrating the four lenses helps people understand how problems in wellness impact others in both professional and personal contexts

Explains how integrating the four lenses helps people understand how problems in wellness impact others in both professional and personal contexts, but explanation lacks clarity, is illogical, or is cursory

Does not explain how integrating the four lenses helps people understand how problems in wellness impact others in both professional and personal contexts

9

Conclusion: Social Practices

[IDS-402-02]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and analysis demonstrates keen insight into how social practices have been shaped by issues and events in wellness

Analyzes how social practices have been shaped by issues and events in wellness in modern culture

Analyzes how social practices have been shaped by issues and events in wellness in modern culture, but analysis is cursory

Does not analyze how social practices have been shaped by issues and events in wellness in modern culture

9

4

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Conclusion: Benefits

and Challenges [IDS-402-06]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and the relevant research or diverse perspectives used demonstrate a nuanced understanding of the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness

Assesses the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness through the use of relevant research or diverse perspectives

Assesses the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness through the use of relevant research or diverse perspectives, but analysis is cursory or utilization of relevant research or diverse perspectives is inappropriate

Does not assess the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in wellness

9

Conclusion: Interactions [IDS-402-04]

Meets “Proficient” criteria and explanation demonstrates keen insight into how analyzing wellness helps w ith interactions

Explains ho w analyzing wellness can help in interactions with those with different viewpoints, cultures, and perspectives

Explains ho w analyzing wellness can help in interactions with those of different viewpoints, cultures, and perspectives, but explanation is cursory or illogical

Does not explain how analyzing wellness can help in interactions with those of a different viewpoint, culture, and perspective

9

Articulation of Response

Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to- read format

Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

4

Total 100%

5

  • IDS 402 Final Project Part One Guidelines and Rubric
    • Overview
    • Prompt
    • Milestones
      • Milestone One: Wellness and Me
      • Milestone Two: Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of History and the Humanities
      • Milestone Four: Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the Natural and Applied Sciences and Social Sciences
      • Final Project Part One Submission: Critical Analysis Portfolio
    • Deliverables
    • Final Project Part One Rubric

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