At this point in the course, you should have begun reviewing the guidelines and grading criteria for your final projects. Please note: SCHOLARSHIP is the largest part of the grading criteria for this assignment, and you are expected to research the topic or cultural area you are addressing in this paper. If you only rely on the course materials, you will not earn high marks in the area of scholarship. SO, if your interviewee identified as Muslim, for example, you are expected to find library articles that address this spiritual practice. If your interviewee identifies as a member of the LGBT community, you should be reading articles that help you to understand this better and include reflections and scholarly support in this area. If you interview someone who identifies as bi-racial, then research should be included that explores this. I hope this makes sense. Please contact me BEFORE the assignment is due if you need assistance with this. You need to have at least 4 outside professional resources written within the past 5 years in order to receive the maximum points for the scholarship portion of your paper.
The Final Project is a 4- to 6-page narrative that includes the following components:
Have your paper in three sections:
I. Summary of Interview (Be sure you address each question)
II. Create Profile
This is the section where you have the ADDRESSING Model Chart with all of your interviewee’s chart information listed. After the chart, you will explain your interviewee’s cultural worldview which is not something you are directly addressing in the first section.
III. Summation section–answer all of the questions.
This paper has 8 points devoted to scholarship. You must have outside scholarly references written within the last 5 years. My recommendation is having a minimum of four.
You are not required to submit the typed transcript of your interview.
I expect any previous feedback on writing and APA style to be used. I need to see evidence that you tried to improve in these areas if previously noted.
· Sue, D. W., & Sue, D. (2016). Counseling the culturally diverse: Theory and practice (7th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.