Discuss how the ideas in the article may apply to diverse population and how they relate to any aspect of the transcultural perspective.

Students will write a critical analysis paper on the “Integrating the Transcultural Perspective” (please check uploaded file)
The paper must be 4-5 pages long and formatted using the APA 7th Edition Manual.
Critical Analysis Paper – Detailed Instructions:This assignment provides students an opportunity to critically analyze a scholarly article; the article will be provided. The purpose of the assignment is to allow students to develop and practice skills in information literacy, critical thinking, and understand the role of theory in social work practice and research. The critical analysis paper is due on September 17, 2021 by 6:30 pm.REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PAPERThe paper should be no more than 4-5½ typed, double-spaced pages with a separate page of references in APA format. Students must use APA conventions for the paper including citations, use of quotes or paraphrases, and reference list.The paper should include sections described below.Summary (2-2 ½ pages)Purpose of the articleKey question (stated or unstated) that the author(s) addressMain points and evidence used in support of their main points/argumentsMain conclusionsCritical Analysis (1- 1 ½ pages)What did you learn that was new? (New information or a new way to thinkingWhat did you already know that was reinforced or supported by the reading?What questions did the reading raise/generate? (Points of disagreement, concepts that were not clear, or places where you saw the need for specific data to justify or support assertions?)III. TCP Analysis (1 – 1 ½ pages)Discuss how the ideas in the article may apply to diverse population and how they relate to any aspect of the transcultural perspective.Reference page (APA format)Critical Analysis Essay Grading RubricCritical Analysis Essay Grading RubricCriteria Ratings PtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSummary of Article1. Purpose of the article; 2. Key question (stated or unstated) that the author(s) address; 3. Main points and evidence used in support of their main points/arguments; and 4. Main conclusions3 ptsExceeds ExpectionsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely, describe : 1. Purpose of the article; 2. Key question (stated or unstated) that the author(s) address; 3. Main points and evidence used in support of their main points/arguments; and 4. Main conclusions2.7 ptsMeets ExpectationsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely wrote about 3 of the 4 main points for the Summary of the Article.1.8 ptsBelow ExpectationsStudents do not include information about 2 or more of the sections required for the Summary of the Article3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical AnalysisWhat new information did the student learn or what information was reinforced. What new questions did the article generate for the student?3 ptsExceeds ExpectationsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely, describe what new information did the student learn or what information was reinforced. What new questions did the article generate for the student?2.7 ptsMeets ExpectationsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely, describe most of what is required, but leave out one section.2.2 ptsBelow ExpectationsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely, describe most of what is required, but leave out two or more sections.3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTranscultural Perspective AnalysisDiscuss how the ideas in the article may apply to diverse populations and how they relate to any aspect of the transcultural perspective.2 ptsExceeds ExpectationsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely discuss how the ideas in the article may apply to diverse populations and how they relate to any aspect of the transcultural perspective. Students use concrete and appropriate examples.1.7 ptsMeets ExpectationsStudents clearly and completely, yet concisely discuss how the ideas in the article may apply to diverse populations and how they relate to any aspect of the transcultural perspective. Students do not use concrete and/or appropriate examples.1.1 ptsBelow ExpectationsStudents leave out critical elements of this analysis.2 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting and APA FormattingThe paper must be formatted using 7th Edition APA Manual. There is an entire Module in Canvas titled “APA Formatting Resources.” In addition, your writing must be formal, graduate level writing without grammatical or proofreading errors. There is an entire module in Canvas titled “Writing Resources.”2 ptsExceeds ExpectationsThere are three or fewer APA formatting errors, and grammar/spelling/word misuse errors. The same error repeated more than once is included in the total errors. This means if you do not spell out numbers below 10 four times, this counts as 4 errors.1.8 ptsMeets ExpectationsThere are five or fewer APA formatting errors, and grammar/spelling/word misuse errors. The same error repeated more than once is included in the total errors. This means if you do not spell out numbers below 10 four times, this counts as 4 errors.1.67 ptsBelow ExpectationsThere are six or more APA formatting errors, and grammar/spelling/word misuse errors. The same error repeated more than once is included in the total errors. This means if you do not spell out numbers below 10 four times, this counts as 4 errors.2 ptsTotal Points: 10