Watch the following PBS Frontline documentary, titled “Living Old.” ( The video
Watch the following PBS Frontline documentary, titled "Living Old." ( The video is 55 minutes in length, so plan ahead for this assignment.) The video will open in a new window. Write a 2-page reflection on the video. Address all of the following questions in your reflection: What, if anything, surprised you? What did you find most meaningful, and why? How has this changed your view of growing older and of the elderly people in your life? Explain Erikson's theory of Ego Integrity vs. Despair, using examples from the video. How did the readings this week deepen your understanding of the video? (Make connections between the readings and the video.) Your reflection must cite at least two outside sources (from the unit reading and another source). Frontline offers a supplementary website to accompany the video, providing additional information on this topic. Feel free to use this website as one of your sources. Be sure to include APA-formatted in-text citations within your paper, as well as an APA-formatted reference page at the end of your paper. rubric: Criteria Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Criterion Score Reflection: First three questions 8 points Student thoroughly and effectively reflects on the film, using details and examples to explain what was most meaningful and surprising. Student also uses details and examples to describe how the film has changed their view of the elderly and growing older. It is clearly evident that the student has put deep thought into their reflection. 6 points Student adequately reflects on the film, using details and/or examples to explain what was most meaningful and surprising. Student also uses details and/or examples to describe how the film has changed their view of the elderly and growing older. It is evident that the student has put some thought into their reflection. 4 points Student somewhat reflects on the film, and identifies what was most meaningful and surprising without using specific examples. Student briefly or vaguely describes how the film has changed their view of the elderly and growing older. It is somewhat evident that the student has put some thought into their reflection, but there is a lack of detail and thoroughness. 2 points Student does not adequately answer the first three questions in the assignment instructions and/or it is not evident that the student has put thought into their reflection. Answers are missing or very brief. Score of Reflection: First three questions,/ 8 Reflection: Erikson's Theory 8 points Student thoroughly and effectively explains Erikson's theory of Ego Integrity vs. Despair. Student has a clear understanding of the theory and is able to make direct connections between the theory and examples from the film. Examples are very relevant. 6 points Student adequately explains Erikson's theory of Ego Integrity vs. Despair. Student has a basic understanding of the theory and is able to make direct connections between the theory and examples from the film. Examples are fairly relevant. 4 points Student briefly explains Erikson's theory of Ego Integrity vs. Despair. Student has somewhat of an understanding of the theory but doesn't make direct connections between the theory and examples from the film. Examples are missing or not relevant. 0 points Student does not explain Erikson's theory. The fourth bullet point in the assignment instructions is not addressed. Score of Reflection: Erikson's Theory,/ 8 Reflection: Connections to the reading 8 points Student thoroughly and effectively explains how the readings from this unit deepen their understanding of the film. Clear and accurate connections are made between the readings and the film. A minimum of 2 sources are cited, with at least 2-4 APA-formatted in-text citations. 6 points Student adequately explains how the readings from this unit deepen their understanding of the film. Some connections are made between the readings and the film. A minimum of 2 sources are cited, with 2 APA-formatted in-text citations. 4 points Student adequately explains how the readings from this unit deepen their understanding of the film. Some connections are made between the readings and the film. The textbook is used as the only source, and there are one or no APA-formatted in-text citations. 2 points Student does not adequately explains how the readings from this unit deepen their understanding of the film. Weak or no connections are made between the readings and the film. No sources are used and no sources are cited. Score of Reflection: Connections to the reading,/ 8 Mechanics 6 points Paper is a minimum of 2-3 full pages in length. The bullet points are addressed, but there is also an introductory paragraph and a conclusion. All sources are cited within the paper using APA-formatted in-text citations and there is an APA-formatted reference page at the end. There are few errors in grammar and spelling. 5 points Paper is a minimum of 2 full pages in length. The bullet points are addressed, but there is also an introductory paragraph and a conclusion. All sources are cited within the paper using in-text citations and there is a reference page at the end, but there may be errors in APA formatting. There are some errors in grammar and spelling. 4 points Paper is 1-2 pages in length. The bullet points are addressed, but it may be missing an introductory paragraph and/or a conclusion. Sources are not cited in APA format, or not cited at all. There may be several errors in grammar and spelling. 2 points Paper is 1 page in length or less. Not all of the bullet points are addressed, and there is no introductory paragraph nor a conclusion. No sources are used. There may be several errors in grammar and spelling. book: Lally, M., & Valentine-French, S. (2017). Lifespan Development: A Psychological Perspective

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