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4-2 Journal: Obstacles to Improving Health Listen ReadSpeaker webReader: Listen
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4-2 Journal: Obstacles to Improving Health Listen ReadSpeaker webReader: Listen
4-2 Journal: Obstacles to Improving Health Listen ReadSpeaker webReader: Listen Focus Hide Assignment Information Turnitin® Turnitin® enabledThis assignment will be submitted to Turnitin®. Instructions Reflect on the public health issue you are studying for your final project and the readings in the course so far. What do you perceive to be the biggest obstacles to behavior change? Do you think these obstacles can be removed? Why or why not? If an obstacle cannot be removed, is there some way to work around it? For additional details, please refer to the Journal Guidelines and Rubric document. Hide Rubrics Rubric Name: Journal Rubric Print Rubric This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Criteria Exemplary Proficient Needs Improvement Not Evident Criterion Score Prompt 20 points Meets “Proficient” and references course materials 18 points Response meets all elements outlined in the prompt 14 points Response meets only some of the elements in the prompt 0 points Does not meet the elements in the prompt Score of Prompt, / 20 Course Concepts 35 points Meets “Proficient” and references course materials 31.5 points Appropriately applies concepts and theories to the public health issue addressed in the journal 24.5 points Applies concepts and theories to the public health issue addressed in the journal, but application contains inaccuracies or errors 0 points Does not apply concepts and theories to the public health issue addressed in the journal Score of Course Concepts, / 35 Practical Application 35 points Meets “Proficient” and references course materials 31.5 points Demonstrates practical application by relating material to real-world scenarios and life experiences 24.5 points Relates material to real-world scenarios and life experiences, but application contains inaccuracies or errors 0 points Does not relate material to real-world scenarios and life experiences Score of Practical Application, / 35 Articulation of Response 10 points Journal is free of errors in organization and grammar 9 points Journal is mostly free of errors of organization and grammar; errors are marginal and rarely interrupt the flow 7 points Journal contains errors of organization and grammar but these are limited enough so that journal can be understood 0 points Journal contains errors of organization and grammar, making the journal difficult to understand Score of Articulation of Response, / 10 Rubric Total Score Total Score of Journal Rubric, / 100 Criterion score has been overridden Overall Score Overall Score Points earned out of 100 91 points minimum The overall submission earned 91 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook. Points earned out of 100 71 points minimum The overall submission earned 71 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook. Points earned out of 100 1 point minimum The overall submission earned 1 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook. Points earned out of 100 0 points minimum The overall submission earned 0 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.

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