Social Policy Discussions

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Guide for Scholarly Attendance and Discussion Criteria Demonstrates Understanding of Text Material Assets: Arrives prepared in class by completing readings, assignments Demonstrates Extending Beyond Text Material Assets: Prepares question(s)/idea(s) from text or previous discussion Jots notes during discussion for future thought/application Take risks in class through dialogue Not Yet 0-1point Responses show little evidence of accurate understanding of the content. Emerging 2 points Responses show a mostly accurate understanding of the literal content. Learned 3-4 points Responses show understanding of the content through analysis. Typical responses: -Repeat content. -List, describe, or define aspects of content that are inaccurate, incomplete, and irrelevant. -Offer an obvious misunderstanding of the text. -Provide connections that are only self-referential. -Provide no connection to content within the text. Responses do not extend understanding. They do not link to other texts, materials, relevant personal experience. Typical responses: -Provide literal understandings through listing, describing, or defining. -Provide connections that are mainly self-referential or unsupported commentary or questions. Responses begin to extend understanding. They contain links to other texts, materials, relevant general personal or professional experience, Responses extend understanding. They contain links to other texts, materials, personal or professional experience and overt analysis. Responses extend understanding. They contain links to other texts, material, personal or professional experience and overt analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Typical responses: -Are text-specific only, repetitive. -List, describe, or define text extensions that are inaccurate, incomplete, irrelevant. -Contain vague comments or generalizations, -Are self-referential only; show little evidence of using own knowledge and experience appropriately to extended meaning beyond the text(s). Typical responses: -Include superficial or general extensions of the text(s). -Provide literal extensions by listing, describing, or defining content. -Express opinions, judgments or insights, but do not link to text(s). -Are somewhat self-referential. Provide mostly appropriate own knowledge and experience. Typical responses: -Opinions, beliefs, insights contain one or more of comparing, contrasting, illustrating, and applying the examples given, commentary stated, questions are raised. -Draw on other material, experience for deeper understanding, -Express opinions, beliefs, insights about the connection(s). -Are appropriately selfreferential about own knowledge and experience. Typical responses: -Provide evidence of understanding through one or more of comparing, contrasting, illustrating, applying, reconstructing, creating, critiquing, interpreting, and justifying for the examples given, commentary stated, questions raised. -Offer precise, insightful connections to other texts or experiences that reflect deeper understanding of examples given, commentary stated, questions are raised. -Are appropriately self-referential about own knowledge and experiences. Typical responses: -Provide evidence of analytical understanding through one or more of comparing, contrasting, illustrating, and applying for the examples and commentary or questions raised. Exemplary 5 points Responses show understanding of the content through analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Evidence of critical thinking present in written comments and/or class discussion Typical responses: -Provide evidence of understanding through one ore more of comparing, contrasting, illustrating, applying, reconstructing, creating, critiquing, interpreting, and commentary stated or questions are raised. WEEK LEARNING MOMENT What did you learn? How can you apply it ? How did it impact you? 1 What is Social Policy 2 Understanding Policy framework 3 Critical Race Theory 4 Discrimination in America 5 Critical Race Theory 6 Privatization and Poverty in America 7 Legislative Advocacy Role of Social Work Advocacy 8 Comments: Tax & Income Distribution Self- Evaluation How well do you feel about it ...
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Prof_ClifRadford
School: Cornell University

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Running Head: SOCIAL POLICY

1

Social Policy
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date
Instructor’s Name

SOCIAL POLICY

WEEK

LEARNING MOMENT
What did you learn? How can you apply it? How did it impact you?

2

Self- Evaluation
How well do you feel about it

1
What is Social Policy

2
Understanding Policy framework

3
Critical Race Theory

Social policy refers to policy that is concerned with
the way that states or societies work to fulfill the
needs of its people which usually include health, well
being, security, work and education. Additionally, the
policy addresses how the states and societies handle
global challenges of economic change, globalization,
poverty as well as social changes. Also, it is
concerned with the roles that different departments of
the government play in ensuring that essential
services are provided to the citizens across their life
course from childhood to adulthood.
Policies are essential for social workers because they
assist in ensuring that the workers lead better lives. In
other words, they are concerned with the welfare of
the social workers. The policy works to eliminate
issues that face social workers like racism and
abortion. This is especially applicable in the United
States where there are different races of people. It is
also concerned with providing good healthcare to
social workers. In 20...

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