Reflecting upon the learning activities you completed in this module you will complete a blog applying personality theories.
Several theories of personality were presented in this chapter. Some of them may have seemed to make a lot of sense to you, while others may have seemed far off the mark. That is because we all tend to have our own ideas about why we think people are who they are, and do what they do (essentially, our own theories of personality!). For this assignment, you are to:
“Create” your own theory of personality by identifying and describing 2 – 3 key aspects of personality that most fits with your idea of why people are who they are and do what they do (i.e., their personality). You can combine essential elements from different theories that we previously discussed in class, or you can introduce and examine elements that you feel are crucial to an individual’s personality that haven’t been given the attention that they deserve.
Then, for each component, explain why you feel that this component is important. Be specific about why you included each of these particular components.
Your entry should be at least 250 words long.
DO NOT recap a particular theory in its entirety. The purpose of this assignment is for you to integrate what you’ve learned from the chapter by combining parts of the theories of others in a way that represents your own personalized theory of personality.
Title your entry M11: Personality.
In addition to your own blog posts on the subject, I encourage you to read and perhaps even respond to a blog post from another student. While reading others and responding is not part of your grade, it will help you to better understand the material and aid with your learning.
Grades for the blog will be assigned using the PSYCH 201 Blog Rubric. I strongly encourage you to review this rubric before starting each blog assignment. This rubric is available in the right hand column of the Blog area, as well as in the course Grade Center. As well as providing well-thought-out responses to the prompts, you are expected to provide entries that demonstrate college-level writing skills; as noted in the blog rubric, grammar and spelling will count towards your grade.
Note: Each blog entry is worth 15 points, for a total of 225 points (15 points x 15 entries). There is one column in the Grade Center for your blog, so your point total will continue to grow throughout the course for this assignment. Don’t panic when, after this entry, the Grade Center might indicate that you received 165/225! It really would be 15/15 for the entry, since each entry is worth 15 points.
Review this video Creating and Editing a Blog Entry if you need assistance with this feature.
See Schedule for due date.
Videos(Very Short) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdawTFsCNtc
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