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Prenatal Development Reflection Essay

The purpose of this assignment is to increase your knowledge of prenatal development and to reflect on a question that is considered somewhat controversial: “When does life begin?”

Assignment Instructions:

1. Locate the article identified below in the Jerry Falwell Library and download a PDF copy of it.

Ctrl-click on this link, and then click on the article title.

Irving, D. N. (1999). When do human beings begin? Scientific myths and scientific facts. The International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 19(3), 22-46. doi.org/10.1108/01443339910788730

Next, select the PDF option to download a copy of the article. You can read it online or save a copy to your computer.

2. Read the article, and identify two arguments for the position which states that life begins at conception, and identify two arguments for the position which states that life begins at a later point in development.

3. Write a brief essay (500-800 words) reflecting on what you have learned. Identify which argument you believe has the greatest support from a scientific perspective. See the suggested outline provided below.

4. Please note that while this issue does have significant moral and spiritual implications, this essay should focus on the scientific arguments outlined in the assigned article.

Assignment Requirements:

1. Identify your sources! Current APA guidelines require that a citation be used to identify any/all sources of information that are not considered common knowledge.

1. Do not include direct quotes; instead, paraphrase information about your chosen theory. Remember that your source must be identified with a citation even if you rewrite the information in your own words.

1. Your assignment must include the following:

· A current APA-formatted title page.

· 2–3 pages of text (at least 500, but not more than 800 words).

· Use current APA guidelines to include level-one headings to identify each paragraph/section of your essay.

· A current APA-formatted reference page.

1. Please edit your work to stay within the assignment parameters. Stay on topic, and write in a clear manner.

Outline:

1. In your first paragraph explain present the issue and explain why it is important to the study of prenatal development.

1. In your second paragraph briefly describe at least two arguments that support the idea that human life begins at conception.

1. In your third paragraph briefly describe at least two arguments that support the idea that human life begins later in development

1. In your final paragraph, summarize and reflect on which position you believe has the most support from a scientific perspective. Explain why you believe this is the strongest argument.

Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 2.

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PSYC 210

Prenatal Development Reflection Essay

The purpose of this assignment is to increase your knowledge of prenatal development and to reflect on a question that is considered somewhat controversial: “When does life begin?”

Assignment Instructions:

1. Locate the article identified below in the Jerry Falwell Library and download a PDF copy of it.

Ctrl-click on this link, and then click on the article title.

Irving, D. N. (1999). When do human beings begin? Scientific myths and scientific facts. The International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 19(3), 22-46. doi.org/10.1108/01443339910788730

Next, select the PDF option to download a copy of the article. You can read it online or save a copy to your computer.

2. Read the article, and identify two arguments for the position which states that life begins at conception, and identify two arguments for the position which states that life begins at a later point in development.

3. Write a brief essay (500-800 words) reflecting on what you have learned. Identify which argument you believe has the greatest support from a scientific perspective. See the suggested outline provided below.

4. Please note that while this issue does have significant moral and spiritual implications, this essay should focus on the scientific arguments outlined in the assigned article.

Assignment Requirements:

1. Identify your sources! Current APA guidelines require that a citation be used to identify any/all sources of information that are not considered common knowledge.

1. Do not include direct quotes; instead, paraphrase information about your chosen theory. Remember that your source must be identified with a citation even if you rewrite the information in your own words.

1. Your assignment must include the following:

· A current APA-formatted title page.

· 2–3 pages of text (at least 500, but not more than 800 words).

· Use current APA guidelines to include level-one headings to identify each paragraph/section of your essay.

· A current APA-formatted reference page.

1. Please edit your work to stay within the assignment parameters. Stay on topic, and write in a clear manner.

Outline:

1. In your first paragraph explain present the issue and explain why it is important to the study of prenatal development.

1. In your second paragraph briefly describe at least two arguments that support the idea that human life begins at conception.

1. In your third paragraph briefly describe at least two arguments that support the idea that human life begins later in development

1. In your final paragraph, summarize and reflect on which position you believe has the most support from a scientific perspective. Explain why you believe this is the strongest argument.

Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 2.

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PSYC 210

Prenatal Development Reflection Essay

Grading Rubric

CriteriaLevels of Achievement
ContentAdvancedProficientDevelopingNot present
Content48 to 53 pointsThe reflection essay exceeds the following content requirements:At least two scientific arguments that support the idea that life begins at conception and two scientific arguments that life begins later in development are presented. A thoughtful analysis/reflection is also included. At least 500, but not more than 800 words are included.38 to 47 pointsThe reflection essay meets content requirements:At least two scientific arguments that support the idea that life begins at conception and two scientific arguments that life begins later in development are presented. A thoughtful analysis/reflection is also included. At least 500, but not more than 800 words are included.1 to 37 pointsThe reflection essay does not meet minimum content requirements.At least two scientific arguments that support the idea that life begins at conception and two scientific arguments that life begins later in development are presented. A thoughtful analysis/reflection is also included. At least 500, but not more than 800 words are included.0 pointsNot present.
StructureAdvancedProficientDevelopingNot present
Formatting and Mechanics20 to 22 pointsThe essay exceeds these structure requirements:No direct quotes are included.All information is communicated in the student’s own words.The source of paraphrased ideas is identified with an APA formatted citation and reference.If a quotation is included it is properly identified according to current APA standards.At least four citations are included.Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation are used to create a clear expression of ideas.15 to 19 pointsThe essay meets these structure requirements:No direct quotes are included.All information is communicated in the student’s own words.The source of paraphrased ideas is identified with an APA formatted citation and reference.If a quotation is included it is properly identified according to current APA standards.At least four citations are included.Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation are used to create a clear expression of ideas.1 to 14 pointsThe essay does not meet minimum structure requirements:No direct quotes are included.All information is communicated in the student’s own words.The source of paraphrased ideas is identified with an APA formatted citation and reference.If a quotation is included it is properly identified according to current APA standards.At least four citations are included.Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation are used to create a clear expression of ideas.

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