Explain how your work might be useful with the clients and their community.

Read, and review the Stone family interactive case at http://routledgesw.com//brickville/assess/stoneFamily.Links to an external site. You and will be required to write a minimum of 3-page paper (not including title and reference pages), which will analyze the Stone family and their community. You will describe theoretical approaches and practice skills you would employ in working with this family and their community. You will explain how your work might be useful with the clients and their community. Will your work prevent future problems for the family and their community? How so, and in what ways? You will provide each family member’s strengths as well as the community resources. You will include in this assignment theories that apply to the client’s middle childhood development stages and factors (e.g., physical, cognitive, personality, and emotional) that may hinder the client’s development milestones. For this assignment, the client is Tiffany Jones. You must explain how such findings can inform evidence-based social work practice. The assignment should be a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed articles and/or scholarly resources to support their position(s). Students should also use content featured in the text and readings to support their position(s). Directions and Grading Criteria Category Points Description Introduction 10 Introduces the purpose of the assignment—to identify, assess, and apply appropriate practice knowledge to assist with intervention to support middle childhood clients Analyze the Stone family and Their Community 20 Analyzes the Stone family and their community Theoretical Approaches and Practice Skills 20 Embeds theoretical perspectives in the assessment of Stone Family Case Explains practice skills that can be employed in working with Stone family Usefulness of Your work 20 Explains how this work might be useful with the clients and their community. Provides rationale. Stone Family Strengths and Weaknesses 20 Explains strengths and weaknesses in Stone case Assignment Theories 20 Includes assignment theories that apply to the client’s middle childhood development stages and factors (e.g., physical, cognitive, personality, and emotional) that may hinder the client’s development milestones. Explain Results 10 Explain how your finds inform evidence-based social work practice Crediting Scholarly Sources 10 Name of article (in APA format) A minimum of three scholarly sources, current within 5 years, were used Page Length 5 The assignment is a minimum of three pages (not including the title or reference pages). Headings (except for introduction) are present. Writing Mechanics and Clarity of Writing 5 Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are followed and consistent with formal written work as found in the latest edition of the APA manual. Ideas and information that come from readings must be cited and referenced correctly. APA Style 10 Title page, body of paper, use of subheadings, and reference page must follow APA guidelines as found in the latest edition of the manual. Total 150 A quality essay will meet or exceed all of the above requirements Rubric Module 6: Application Paper 3 – Middle Childhood Development Rubric Module 6: Application Paper 3 – Middle Childhood Development Rubric Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProvide an introduction and an analysis of the Stone family and their environment. 30 pts Meets All Criteria Provides strong introduction related to the purpose of the paper and includes a complete analysis of the Stone family and their environment. 24 pts Meets Most Criteria Provides partial introduction related to the purpose of the paper and includes a partial analysis of the Stone family and their environment. 18 pts Partially Meets Criteria Provides minimal introduction related to the purpose of the paper and includes a minimal analysis of the Stone family and their environment. 0 pts Does Not Meet Criteria Provides No introduction related to the purpose of the paper and includes no analysis of the Stone family and their environment. 30 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdentify external and internal strengths and weaknesses of the Stone Family. 30 pts Meets All Criteria Excellent description of the Stone Family’s strengths and weaknesses supported by reason for the arguments. 26 pts Meets Most Criteria Partial description of the Stone Family’s strengths and weaknesses supported by reason for the arguments. 20 pts Partially Meets Criteria Minimal description of the Stone Family’s strengths and weaknesses supported by reason for the arguments. 0 pts Does Not Meet Criteria Description does not reflect the issues affecting the client’s family and community 30 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdentify one member of the Stone family to whom you can apply Middle Childhood Development Stages and factors that could hinder their development (e.g. physical, cognitive, personality, emotional). 30 pts Meets All Criteria Clearly identifies one member of Stone Family; provides excellent explanation of the application of Middle Childhood Development Stages and factors that could hinder the identified family member’s development. 24 pts Meets Most Criteria Clearly identifies one member of Stone Family; provides partial explanation of the application of Middle Childhood Development Stages and factors that could hinder the identified family member’s development. 18 pts Partially Meets Criteria Clearly identifies one member of Stone Family; provides minimal explanation of the application of Middle Childhood Development Stages and factors that could hinder the identified. 0 pts Does Not Meet Criteria Does not identify family member. Provides no explanation of the application of Middle Childhood Development Stages and factors that could hinder the identified family member’s development. 30 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdentify and describe practice skills that can be utilized with identified family member and family unit. Provide strong justification for choice of skills. 30 pts Meets All Criteria Excellent explanation of what can be done to address the issues faced by the identified family member and the Stone Family Unit. Strong justification for choice of practice skills provided. 24 pts Meets Most Criteria Partial explanation of what can be done to address the issues faced by the identified family member and the Stone Family Unit. Partial justification for choice of practice skills provided. 18 pts Partially Meets Criteria Minimal explanation of what can be done to address the issues faced by the identified family member and the Stone Family Unit. Minimal justification for choice of practice skills provided. 0 pts Does Not Meet Criteria No explanation of what can be done to address the issues faced by the identified family member and the Stone Family Unit. No justification for choice of practice skills provided. 30 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuality of Writing 30 pts Meets All Criteria Writing is objective in tone, clear, with no grammatical errors, and follows APA format. 24 pts Meets Most Criteria Writing is subjective at times, is unclear at times, and has some errors including APA format. 20 pts Partially Meets Criteria Writing is subjective at times, is unclear at times, and has some errors including APA format. 0 pts Does Not Meet Criteria Writing is often subjective, often unclear, and has frequent errors including APA format. 30 pts[order_button_a]