Timeline

(Title Page)

(see samples provided)

 

Part I: Timeline

(A minimum of six events should be included, with at least one each from childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. You may include additional events if you wish, but keep this section to one page. Provide clear chronological order, including age for each event. Events should be a single occurrence or circumstance, not a developmental phase. Descriptions are not required.)

 

(Choose six events from timeline for analysis in next section, with at least one each from childhood, adolescence, and adulthood.)

 

Part II: Timeline Analysis

 

Introduction (no heading)

(This section includes an introduction to the paper, including a thesis statement. Provide an overview of the assignment and its significance, using resources to support key statements. Adhere to APA format. This section is generally ½ – ¾ of one page.)

 

Event I: (EVENT NAME)

(For this event, provide a description of life event and perception of significance, and an analysis of the influence of the event on identity development [including theoretical support]. Be sure to include critical thinking in your analysis and be sure your work adheres to APA format. This section is generally 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pages.)

Event II: (EVENT NAME)

(For this event, provide a description of life event and perception of significance, and an analysis of the influence of the event on identity development [including theoretical support]. Be sure to include critical thinking in your analysis and be sure your work adheres to APA format. This section is generally 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pages.)

 

Event III: (EVENT NAME)

(For this event, provide a description of life event and perception of significance, and an analysis of the influence of the event on identity development [including theoretical support]. Be sure to include critical thinking in your analysis and be sure your work adheres to APA format. This section is generally 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pages.)

 

Event IV: (EVENT NAME)

(For this event, provide a description of life event and perception of significance, and an analysis of the influence of the event on identity development [including theoretical support]. Be sure to include critical thinking in your analysis and be sure your work adheres to APA format. This section is generally 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pages.)

 

Event V: (EVENT NAME)

(For this event, provide a description of life event and perception of significance, and an analysis of the influence of the event on identity development [including theoretical support]. Be sure to include critical thinking in your analysis and be sure your work adheres to APA format. This section is generally 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pages.)

 

Event VI: (EVENT NAME)

(For this event, provide a description of life event and perception of significance, and an analysis of the influence of the event on identity development [including theoretical support]. Be sure to include critical thinking in your analysis and be sure your work adheres to APA format. This section is generally 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pages.)

 

Conclusion

(This section includes a paraphrased restatement of the thesis from the introduction, followed by key points from the body of the paper which support the thesis statement. Share new thoughts or perspectives gained from analysis and their impact. Be sure work adheres to APA format. This section is generally ½ – ¾ of one page)

 

References

(A selection of assigned resources used should appear here. For an assignment of this length, 10-12 resources is a good guide; these should include the textbook and a selection of assigned resources from the term. Additional peer-reviewed resources are allowed. Please do NOT use websites such as Wikipedia and About.com)

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