For mine all you need to put in is Me so you can put chanel which should be the

For mine all you need to put in is Me so you can put chanel which should be the

For mine all you need to put in is Me so you can put chanel which should be the center or the start. Then connected my father mark and my mom didi which should be connected to me and my brother Christopher. Connected to my dad should be my grandmother Linda and my grandfather Ralph together they had four 3 girls 1 boy and 2 other boys connected to my grand father which was step children. On my mother side all you have to put is my grandmother and my grandfather with 4 girls and 2 boys. Also you can use the symbol to represent deceased for my grand father and grandmother on my dad side.
You do not have to use the GenoPro you can use anything that makes a genogram
Focus: The focus of this genogram will be on family strengths and resilience, family patterns, rules, or ways of being, and the overall health of the family. Of course, you should also address any issues and concerns that may be discovered; however, do not make the genogram problem-focused, even though this is typically how it is used in counseling.
Construction: You will submit your genogram through the assignment manager via GenoPro, found by clicking the “assignments” button. This submission will come in as a GenoPro document. You will also need to attach your narrative on an MS Word document. Make sure to include the following items: Copy your GenoPro documents onto a Word Docx with your narrative and submit your family’s genogram on Canvas.
Two preceding generations—that is, the genogram must include the index person, his/her parents, and his/her grandparents (three generations, in all). It would also be imperative that, in the event of the index person being involved in a marital or significant relationship, mention must be made of
the significant other involved, including their immediate families, such as their parents, siblings, and children. In the case where the index person is either a parent or a grand-parent, his/her children must be included in the genogram.
-Use the symbols as illustrated within the GenoPro software to indicate the nature of many of the relationships among family members. Be sure to indicate yourself as the index person by drawing a double circle or double square around yourself. Do not forget to include the current date on your genogram.
Use the relationship lines to indicate significant relationships within the family system. Do not use the “normal” line provided by GenoPro. This only crowds the graphic and makes it difficult to
Include a legend at the bottom right corner of the genogram document. The legend must only include items represented on the
To make it easy to understand, ensure that there are notes on the genogram graphic regarding people, family events, etc., in their appropriate places (for example, on the side of a relevant person or generation). Even though this is not required for the successful completion of the assignment, it may be helpful to interview other family members about important areas of their family history. It would also be a good idea to include labels (a word or two will do) about each family member’s strengths—especially those that are either known by the index person or have a relevant connection to them.
Rubric
Group Paper: The Person in the Environment (1)
Group Paper: The Person in the Environment (1)
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCollaboration:Excellent Collaboration: Students show the ability to form a group, set goals and responsibilities, work cooperatively and flexibly, able to agree, self-regulated, and reflect on their own strengths and weakness in collaboration, and productivity and work successfully in completing the task.
Good Collaboration: Able to form a group and show the ability to work together, Demosntarte Cooperative and Flexibility, Productivity and responsiveness, able to identify roles and agree on task. Somewhat unable to meet as needed but a complete project will little less cooperation.
Poor Collaboration: Unable to form a good working group. The group lack responsiveness, self-regulation, and productivity. The group is unable to complete tasks in a timely manner and/or unable to meet the requirements.
20 to >0.0ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
20pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContentThe student will address significant issues and life events experienced during adolescence and the effect these events and issues had on your at the time and may currently still have. The student will demonstrate self-awareness of significant issues in life.
Excellent Paper: The Paper demonstrates an excellent understanding of all of the concepts and key points presented in the text(s), the paper addresses each point identified in the Assignment instructions. And, the paper provides significant detail (including multiple relevant examples), evidence from the readings and other sources, and discerning ideas.
Good Paper: demonstrates a good understanding of most of the concepts and key points presented in the text(s) and addresses most points in the Assignment instructions. The paper includes moderate detail, evidence from the readings, and discerning ideas.
Fair Paper: Paper demonstrates a fair understanding of the concepts and key points as presented in the text(s) and addresses some points of Assignment instructions. The paper may be lacking in detail and specificity and/or may not include sufficient pertinent examples or provide sufficient evidence from the readings.
Poor Paper: Paper demonstrates a poor understanding of the concepts and key points of the text(s) and addresses no or few points of Assignment instructions. The paper is missing detail and specificity and/or does not include any pertinent examples or provide sufficient evidence from the readings.
40 to >0.0ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
40pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting StyleExcellent Paper: Well organized, follow APA writing style (cover page, abstract, and reference page), use a scholarly tone, provide evidence to support claims, and give credit to writing source, properly paraphrase, error-free from spelling, and exemplary sources expected/required for the assignment.
Good Paper: Paper is mostly consistent with the undergraduate-level writing style. Paper may have some small or infrequent organization, scholarly tone, or evidence or crediting (when applicable) issues, and/or may contain a few writing and spelling errors, and/or somewhat less than the expected number of or type of sources.
Fair Paper: Paper is somewhat below undergraduate-level writing style, with multiple smaller or a few major problems. Paper may be lacking in organization, scholarly tone, evidence, crediting of sources (when applicable), and/or contain many writing and/or spelling errors, or shows only a moderate level of original writing. Paper may contain inferior resources (number or quality).
Poor Paper: Paper is well below undergraduate-level writing style expectations for organization, scholarly tone, evidence, crediting of sources (when applicable), and writing, or lacks significant original writing. Paper may contain few or no quality resources.
40 to >0.0ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
40pts
Total Points: 100

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