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This week you are being asked to create a developmental autobiography. This autobiography will help you explore developmental issues directly related to your own personal development. In order to complete the assignment, you will need to gather personal information related to your own development. Good resources include parents, siblings, grandparents, family photos, baby books, video records, scrapbooks, report cards, medical records, etc. Once data has been collected, begin creating a chronological description of your life blending your personal information with concepts covered in this chapter.
The best way to do this is to write your descriptions as you move chronologically through the chapter. As themes or subjects relate to your own development, address it and move on to the next topic. Each subject should analyze what happened, utilizing concepts covered in the chapter, but also personal descriptions about how it looked in your life. No personal fact is “correct” or “incorrect”, but analysis of your personal facts should logically connect to points in the text.
It is necessary for you to include terms and concepts from the covered material you learned this week. Your assignment should clearly demonstrate your understanding and application of the course material.
8.5 X 11″
12 pt Times New Roman or Times.
Double. No extra double space between paragraphs please.
5 space (or press the Tab key once)
In-text Citations & Reference List Style
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