Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

3-Topic Presentation should be prepared and presented according to the provided presentation rubric so presenters should keep adherent to the given dates, allotted time, sound contents and fluent English

Guide for the slides:

I. Title of Oral Presentation and your name.

Introduce yourself and your presentation.

II. Learning Objectives.

Brief discussion of the learning you want for the audience your classmates and professors.

III. Introduction

Give a brief Introduction of the theory assigned to you.

Background information of the Theorist assigned to you.

Provide Background information about the theory assigned to you; what have you researched/ uncovered about the theorist?

IV. Background information of the Theory.

Describe the Theory. Discuss the relevance of the theory in nursing.

Discuss how the theory were appropriate in nursing. 60-90 seconds.

Describe and discuss how the theory was applicable to nursing practice

Explain exactly how the theory was applicable in your nursing practice (provide appropriate example in your practice).

V. Discussion/Analysis:

Explain how the theory supports your experience in practice.

Discuss how theory with evidence in practice fits with your theory.

VI. Final Slide: Conclusion/Implications

Revisit the theory and formulate your conclusion with implications.

Explain the significance or implications of the theory.

Think big picture: “here’s what I learned.”

References. List at least Five (5) references with APA format

follow the rubric from #4 to #6

my book is Nursing Theories & Nursing Practice Fourth Edition Marlaine C. Smith, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN Marilyn E. Parker, PhD, RN, FAAN

Assessment Task

Assessment Score

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ASSESSMENT RUBRIC FOR (WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT)

20%

Student Name:

Student ID:

Date:

Theory:

Overall Grade:

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Assessment Rubric:

ITEM

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ACCEPTABLE

IDEAL

STUDENT’S GRADE

(1) Definition of the concept of interest

Provided an inaccurate definition of the concept of interest

Provided a fairly accurate definition of concept of interest

Provided a very accurate definition of the concept of interest

(2) Identification of surrogate terms and relevant uses of the concept of interest.

Identified one surrogate term and one relevant uses of the concept of interest.

Identified two surrogate terms and two relevant uses of the concept

Identified three surrogate terms and more than three relevant uses of the concept

(3) Review of Literature for the concept of interest

Provided insufficient review of literature for the concept of interest

Provided reasonably sufficient review of literature for the concept of interest

Provided an extensive review of literature for the concept of interest

(4) Attributes of the concept of interest

Discussed one attribute of the concept of interest

Discussed some of the attributes of the concept of interest

Discussed all of the attributes of the concept of interest

(5) Referents of the concept of interest

Failed to identify a clinical or empirical referent of the concept.

Identified either a clinical or empirical referent of the concept.

Identified both clinical and empirical referents of the concept.

(6) Antecedents of the concept of interest

Discussed one antecedent of the concept of interest.

Discussed two antecedents of the concept of interest.

Discussed three antecedents of the concept of interest.

(7) Consequences of the concept of interest

Discussed one consequence of the concept of interest.

Discussed two consequences of the concept of interest.

Discussed three antecedents of the concept of interest.

(8) Discussion of concepts related to the concept of interest.

Discussed one concept related to the concept of interest.

Discussed two concepts related to the concept of interest.

Discussed three concepts related to the concept of interest.

(9) Identification of the model case for the concept of interest.

Provided an inappropriate model case for the concept of interest.

Provided a fairly appropriate model case for the concept of interest.

Provided a highly appropriate model case for the concept of interest.

(10) Reference List

Provided an insufficient number of references to justify analysis of the concept of interest.

Provided a reasonably sufficient number of references justify analysis of the concept of interest.

Provided an extensive number of references to justify analysis of the concept of interest.

Evaluator’s Name: ________________________________

Evaluator’s Signature: _______________________________

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