In your substantive essay,
• Explain sociometric status.
• Identify potential consequences associated with at least two of the categories
• Share an example that supports what you have learned about effects of sociometric status.
- Must be two to three double-spaced pages in length (not including the reference page) and formatted according to APA style
- No title page is required.
- Must utilize academic voice.
- Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a distinct thesis statement.
- A thesis statement is required because it is important to tell your reader what you are going to inform them about. It should clearly state the topic and the stance you are talking about this topic. This can also help you to make sure you stay on topic within your paper.
- Must end with a conclusion that summarizes your thought.
- Tell your reader why or how you have proven your position on the topic.
- Must address the topic of the essay with critical thought.
- Must use at least one scholarly source in addition to your required course text, citing also within the body of writing as support for your stance.
- Must document, in APA style, any information used from sources with citations and as a list of references, at the end of the essay.
Textbook: Shriner, B., & Shriner, M. (2014). Essentials of lifespan development: A topical approach. Bridgepoint Education.
Requirements: Three Pages