Please provide assistance with this PPT Action Research Project. I also need all the corrections address. Please see the attachments/rubric.
Action Research and Evaluation
ARP PPT Section Three Rubric
Content 70 Points Comments:
The following elements of the assignment are included:
• clear and concise goal for intervention; (14)
• specific, detailed implementation plan; (14)
• supporting materials needed; (14)
• weekly operational calendar; (14)
• directions for implementation of each component. (14)
Organization and Readability 15 Points Comments:
Slides contain the fewest possible words to convey the information. (3)
Presentation of information is logical and easy to follow. (3)
Theme and formatting "extras" aid in effectiveness of presentation. (3)
Font and background selections are visually appealing, easy to read, and not distracting. (3)
Images are appropriate and helpful in conveying information. (3)
Format and Mechanics 15 Points Comments:
Appropriate citations (attribution, paraphrasing, direct quotes) and reference slide follow APA guidelines. (5)
Tense and person are consistent throughout presentation. (5)
Rules of grammar, word usage, and punctuation are followed (subject-verb, pronoun use, preposition placement, etc), with no spelling errors. (5)
Total Points Possible: 10 (*10=) Points Earned.
The extra curricular activities limiting socialization are provided.
This discussion is a summary and reaction to an article regarding violence in city schools. The article contends that extra-curricular activities provided by the school would help limit violence.
Jack Levin Book Sociological Snapshots 5
Violence in City Schools Page 61
Summary: Violence in City Schools: What Principals are Doing to Stem the Rising Tide
This article addresses the problem of violence in schools. Statistics are given which support the argument that adolescents and teens commit crimes in the afternoon hours after school has let out and before it gets dark. The argument made by the authors is that the school day should be lengthened so that students could/would remain at school engaged in "healthful" activities rather than wandering around "looking" for trouble.
The article mentions that most elementary schools do not have extracurricular sports or academic clubs that students can join. Because of this fact, the authors put forth the theory that young students come to view extracurricular activities as "un-cool" and so choose not to engage in them in middle and high school. The authors also discuss the limitations that most schools place on those involved in extracurricular activities. They claim that by limiting extracurricular activities to "deserving" students, those with a good GPA and without behavioral problems, the schools are eliminating the fringe students that need these programs the most.View Full Posting Details