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Generational Interview Paper (Signature Assessment)

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Generational Interview Paper (Signature Assessment)

Generational Interview Paper (Signature Assessment)

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Signature Assessment SWK 510:  Generational Interview Paper

Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

Social workers understand that engagement is an ongoing component of the dynamic and interactive process of social work practice with, and on behalf of, diverse individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. Social workers value the importance of human relationships. Social workers understand theories of human behavior and the social environment, and critically evaluate and apply this knowledge to facilitate engagement with clients and constituencies, including individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. Social workers understand strategies to engage diverse clients and constituencies to advance practice effectiveness. Social workers understand how their personal experiences and affective reactions may impact their ability to effectively engage with diverse clients and constituencies. Social workers value principles of relationship-building and inter-professional collaboration to facilitate engagement with clients, constituencies, and other professionals as appropriate. Social workers:

  • apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment, person-in-environment, and other multidisciplinary theoretical frameworks to engage with clients and constituencies; and
  • use empathy, reflection, and interpersonal skills to effectively engage diverse clients and constituencies

 

Identify an individual who was born in any of the categories below; they must be of a different generation and era from the student. Students also may not interview their siblings, romantic partners, or children for this assignment. See the generational categories below.

  • 1901-1924: GI Generation
  • 1925-1942: Silent Generation
  • 1943-1964: Baby Boomers
  • 1965-1979: Generation X (Baby Busters)
  • 1980-2000: Millennial
  • 2001-2016: Generation Z. USE
  1. Interview an individual concerning his or her personal experiences with the shift in socio-political culture and trends. This can include such items as WW II, the Korean conflict, the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Movement, the Women’s Movement and other relevant social problem shifts.  The idea is to gain information about the individual’s life experiences and to understand how those experiences influence his or her perception of the world.  The Person-In-Environment perspective views how an individual has been affected by their surroundings (physical environment, other people, culture, economic status, historical events . . .). 

Sample questions might include, but are not limited to (you are encouraged at add your own):

  • What are your earliest memories of the world around you? What was happening?
  • Which important family events affected you as you grew up?
  • Which important societal events affected you as you grew up (e.g. JFK, MLK, violence, the arts)?
  • Did racial or ethnic discrimination affect your life?
  • How have social problems changed in your lifetime?
  • What are the important things you would tell future generations?
  • What lessons do you think we need to learn from the past?
  1. Introduction: Complete an introduction section to your paper that includes all of the following:
  • ** Informed Consent: Before the interview, please ask the person’s permission to be interviewed for a class assignment that will result in a written paper read by your class instructor; provide written evidence that this has been completed.
  • A description of the interview (time, place, etc.)
  • A discussion about who you are interviewing and why (including which generation they are from & a statement of any relationship of the student to the interviewee)
  1. Interview Summary:Complete a narrative summary of the interview you conducted (do not write in a question and answer format). In the narrative, include information about all of the following
  • A summary of the dialog you had (again, do not do this as a Q&A, it needs to be summarized in paragraph form)
  • Provide some discussion on how the interviewee experienced oppression and/or discrimination. Remember that oppression and discrimination can be experiences because of age, race, ethnicity, disability, sexual preference, gender, religion, tradition and individual beliefs.
  • Include at least two paragraphs that provide examples of family, group, organization and community connections the interviewee identifies as significant (both positive and negative).
  1. Under a separate heading Social Work Skills, include a section in your paper that describes the social work interpersonal skills you used to engage your interviewee (e.g. active listening, eye contact, body language, clarification, and summarizing –and others.)
  2. Under a separate heading Theoretical Framework, discuss at least one theory/ theoretical framework that could relate to this interviewee (e.g. cognitive behavioral theory, rational choice theory, etc.) Explain why the theory is relevant and how it can be applied. (You must provide citations and references for this discussion that include sources other than the course textbook) I attached articles.
  3. Include a Conclusionsection that addresses how you think these events impacted the interviewee’s life. (Note:  the interviewee may not recognize the impact on her/his life but you may have thoughts from the information you receive.).

 

Write an 8-10 page paper based on the interview and the related assignment questions.  Please note that the title page and References page do not count in the page length requirement.  The paper must be written so that the individual’s life and social events are intertwined and her/his personal story emerges.    Please complete the paper using APA 6th edition format and Times New Roman 12 point font. 200 points possible

 

 

*View the Signature Assessment Rubric for information on grading criteria

 

 

Rubric

Signature Assessment SWK 510: Generational Interview Paper Rubric

Signature Assessment SWK 510: Generational Interview Paper Rubric

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat & Sources

Title page, reference page, in-text citations, appropriate sources (10 pts.)
Margins and spacing, font, page numbers, headings, page numbers, paper length (10 pts.)

20.0 pts

Excels (A)

Successfully demonstrates mastery of 18-20 points of the criteria.

17.0 pts

Above Average (B)

Successfully demonstrates 16-17 points of the criteria.

15.0 pts

Average (C)

Demonstrates only 14-15 points of the criteria.

0.0 pts

Below Average (D/F)

Did not meet criteria. (0-13 points)

20.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting

Spelling & word usage (10 pts.)
Grammar, sentence structure, punctuation (10 pts.)

20.0 pts

Excels (A)

Successfully demonstrates mastery of 18-20 points of the criteria.

17.0 pts

Above Average (B)

Successfully demonstrates 16-17 points of the criteria.

15.0 pts

Average (C)

Demonstrates only 14-15 points of the criteria.

0.0 pts

Below Average (D/F)

Did not meet criteria. (0-13 points)

20.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSKILLS DIMENSION Introduction

10.0 pts

Capstone (A)

An introduction is present that includes a detailed and thorough description all of the following: • a description of the interview, introduction of the interviewee • statement of any relationship the student has to the interviewee • indication that the student has obtained informed consent (informed consent mandatory for points in this area) 10 points

8.0 pts

Benchmark (B)

An introduction is present that includes sufficient information describing most of the following: • a description of the interview, • introduction of the interviewee, • statement of any relationship the student has to the interviewee • indication that the student has obtained informed consent (informed consent mandatory for points in this area) 8 points

7.0 pts

Emerging Skill (C)

A basic introduction is present that includes some description of some of the following: • a description of the interview, • introduction of the interviewee, • statement of any relationship the student has to the interviewee • indication that the student has obtained informed consent (informed consent mandatory for points in this area) 7 points

0.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F)

An introduction is NOT present that introduces the interviewee OR the introduction does not state any relationship the student has to the interviewee OR the introduction does not indicate that the student has obtained informed consent 0 -6 points

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSKILLS DIMENSION Interview Summary

40.0 pts

Capstone (A)

Interview summary makes it substantially evident that the student interviewed a person (as stipulated in assignment instructions) to gain information about the individual’s life experiences and to understand how those experiences influence his/her perception of the world. Narrative summary includes a detailed and thorough description of all of the following: • well-written summary of the dialog and interaction • discussion of experiences related to oppression and/or discrimination • at least two paragraphs discussing social connections as described in assignment instructions 36-40 points

35.5 pts

Benchmark (B)

Interview summary makes it evident that the student interviewed a person (as stipulated in assignment instructions) to gain information about the individual’s life experiences and to understand how those experiences influence his/her perception of the world. Narrative summary includes an adequate description most of the following: • well-written summary of the dialog and interaction • discussion of experiences related to oppression and/or discrimination • at least two paragraphs discussing social connections as described in assignment instructions 32-35.5 points

31.5 pts

Emerging Skill (C)

Interview summary makes it somewhat evident that the student interviewed a person (as stipulated in assignment instructions) to gain information about the individual’s life experiences and to understand how those experiences influence his/her perception of the world. Narrative summary includes a brief or basic description some of the following: • summary of the dialog and interaction • discussion of experiences related to oppression and/or discrimination • at least two paragraphs discussing social connections as described in assignment instructions. 28-31.5 points

0.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F)

It is NOT evident that the student interviewed a person (as stipulated in assignment instructions) to gain information about the individual’s life experiences and to understand how those experiences influence his/her perception of the world. AND/OR Narrative summary DOES NOT include most of the following: • summary of the dialog and interaction • discussion of experiences related to oppression and/or discrimination • at least two paragraphs discussing social connections as described in assignment instructions 0-27 points

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSKILLS DIMENSION Social Work Skills

40.0 pts

Capstone (A)

Social Work Skills: Student provided a detailed written account of the social work interpersonal skills used to engage the interviewee. Including aspects of dialog as well as information related to active listening, eye contact, body language, clarification, and summarizing. 36-40 points

35.5 pts

Benchmark (B)

Social Work Skills: Student provided a written account of the social work interpersonal skills used to engage the interviewee. Including some aspects of dialog as well as some information related to active listening, eye contact, body language, clarification, and summarizing. 32-35.5 points

31.5 pts

Emerging Skill (C)

Social Work Skills: Student provided a limited written account of the social work interpersonal skills used to engage the interviewee. Including a few aspects of dialog as well as basic information related to active listening, eye contact, body language, clarification, and summarizing. 28-31.5 points

0.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F)

Social Work Skills: Student provided an inadequate written account of the social work interpersonal skills used to engage the interviewee. AND/OR excluded most or all the following: information related to active listening, eye contact, body language, clarification, and summarizing. 0-27 points

40.0 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2015 Competency 6: Skills

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threshold: 3.0 pts

4.0 pts

Capstone (A) [Total Scores for Skills Dimension = 81-90 points]

3.0 pts

Benchmark (B) [Total Scores for Skills Dimension = 72-80 points]

2.0 pts

Emerging Skills (C) [Total Scores for Skills Dimension = 63-71 points]

1.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F) [Total Scores for Skills Dimension = 0-62 points]

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeKNOWLEDGE DIMENSION Theoretical Framework

40.0 pts

Capstone (A)

Theoretical Framework: Student provides a thorough and well-reasoned application of at least one selected theory that relates to the interviewee’s experiences. Description of how the theory applies is backed by evidence from a scholarly source and explained in detail. 36-40 points

35.5 pts

Benchmark (B)

Theoretical Framework: Student provides an application of at least one selected theory that relates to the interviewee’s experiences. Description of how the theory applies is backed by evidence from a scholarly source and explained. 32-35.5 points

31.5 pts

Emerging Skill (C)

Theoretical Framework: Student provides a basic or limited application of at least one selected theory that relates to the interviewee’s experiences. Description of how the theory applies is backed by evidence and explained. 28-31.5 points

0.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F)

Theoretical Framework: Student provides an inadequate OR does not provide an application of at least one selected theory that relates to the interviewee’s experiences. OR Description of how the theory applies is NOT backed by evidence or explained. 0-27.5 points

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeKNOWLEDGE DIMENSION Conclusion

30.0 pts

Capstone (A)

Conclusion: The student provides a thorough discussion related to the interviewee’s experiences and how events discussed in the interview impacted the interviewee’s life. 27-30 points

26.5 pts

Benchmark (B)

Conclusion: The student provides an adequate discussion related to the interviewee’s experiences and how events discussed in the interview impacted the interviewee’s life. 24-26.5 points

23.5 pts

Emerging Skill (C)

Conclusion: The student provides a basic or limited discussion related to the interviewee’s experiences and how events discussed in the interview impacted the interviewee’s life. 21-23.5 points

0.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F)

Student provides an inadequate OR does not provide a discussion related to interviewee’s experiences and how events discussed in the interview impacted the interviewee’s life. 0-20.5 points

30.0 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2015 Competency 6: Knowledge

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threshold: 3.0 pts

4.0 pts

Capstone (A) [Total Scores for Knowledge Dimension = 63-70 points]

3.0 pts

Benchmark (B) [Total Scores for Knowledge Dimension = 56-62 points]

2.0 pts

Emerging Skills (C) [Total Scores for Knowledge Dimension = 49-55 points]

1.0 pts

Not Competent (D/F) [Total Scores for Knowledge Dimension = 0-48 points]

 

 

 

 
 
 

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