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M5 Final Paper Outline

Nhazanu Yekeh Pessima
Graduate School College of Education, Endicott College,
AUT 527: INTRODUCTION OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Professor. Dawn Fittipaldi
October 9th, 2022

Outline

Title: How Cultural Plays a Role in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Thesis: A conceptual framework for understanding the role of culture, its components and its impact on individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

I.
Introduction

A. Description of culture.
B. Description of Autism Spectrum Disorder
C. Description of an Autistic culture
II.
The intersection of culture and Autism Spectrum Disorder

A. How Language plays a role in ASD
B. How Family plays a role in ASD
C. How Beliefs play a role in ASD
D. How religion play a role in ASD
III.
Short term impacts of Culture on people living with ASD

A. Family’s ability to accept Autistic child.
B. Family’s provision necessary to promote victim’s adaptability and development.
IV.
Long term impacts of Culture on people living with Autism.

A. Rejection from family and other society members.
B. Social phobia
C. Challenging behaviors
D. Rigid routines and resistance to change
V.
Cultural interventions on challenging behaviors

A. Antecedent Strategies (cultural).
B. Integration of replacement behaviors.
VI.
Conclusion

A. Components of culture such as beliefs, values, family, language, and religion play a role in shaping the world of people living with Autism.
B. Different cultural interventions help in management of challenging behaviors associated with Autism.2

M4 Final Paper-8 References

Nhazanu Yekeh Pessima
Graduate School College of Education, Endicott College,
AUT 527: INTRODUCTION TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Professor. Dawn Fittipaldi
October 2nd, 2022

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Wright, B., Pearson, H., Spikins, P., Scott, C., & Schofield, J. (2022).
Autism and engagement with material culture. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 47(1),Research/Topical Paper Grading Rubric

Category

Unacceptable (Below Standards)

Acceptable

(Meets Standards)

Good

(Occasionally Exceeds)

Excellent

(Exceeds Standards)

SCORE

Introduction

Does not adequately convey topic. Does not describe subtopics to be reviewed. Lacks adequate thesis statement.

Conveys topic, but not key question(s).
Describes subtopics to be reviewed. General thesis statement

Conveys topic and key question(s). Clearly delineates subtopics to be reviewed. General thesis statement.

Strong introduction of topic’s key question(s), terms.
Clearly delineates subtopics to be reviewed. Specific thesis statement.

/10

Focus & Sequencing

Little evidence material is logically organized into topic, subtopics, or related to topic. Many transitions are unclear or nonexistent.

Most material clearly related to subtopic, main topic. Material may not be organized within subtopics. Attempts to provide variety of transitions

All material clearly related to subtopic, main topic and logically organized within subtopics. Clear, varied transitions linking subtopics, and main topic.

All material clearly related to subtopic, main topic. Strong organization and integration of material within subtopics. Strong transitions linking subtopics, and main topic.

/10

Support

Few sources supporting thesis. Sources insignificant or unsubstantiated.

Sources generally acceptable but not peer-reviewed research (evidence) based.

Sources well selected to support thesis with some research in support of thesis.

Strong peer-reviewed research based support for thesis.

/10

Conclusion

Does not summarize evidence with respect to thesis statement.
Does not discuss the impact of researched material on topic.

Review of key conclusions. Some integration with thesis statement. Discusses impact of researched material on topic.

Strong review of key conclusions. Strong integration with thesis statement. Discusses impact of researched material on topic.

Strong review of key conclusions. Strong integration with thesis statement.
Insightful discussion of impact of the researched material on topic.

/10

Grammar & Mechanics

Grammatical errors or spelling & punctuation substantially detract from the paper.

A few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors which interfere with reading paper.

Grammatical errors or spelling & punctuation are rare and do not detract from the paper.

Paper is free of grammatical, spelling, & punctuation errors

/10

APA Style & Communication

Errors in APA style detract substantially from the paper. Word choice is informal in tone. Writing is choppy, with many awkward or unclear passages.

Errors in APA style are noticeable. Word choice occasionally informal in tone. Writing has a few awkward or unclear passages.

Rare APA errors which do not detract from paper.

No errors in APA style. Scholarly style. Writing is flowing and easy to follow.




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