Weekly CriticalThinking Essays Critical thinking essays showcase your knowledge of the competencies based on the materials that have been presented and assigned. You are responsible for demonstrating your learning by considering multiple perspectives and

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Weekly CriticalThinking Essays Critical thinking essays showcase your knowledge of the competencies based on the materials that have been presented and assigned. You are responsible for demonstrating your learning by considering multiple perspectives and referencing at least three sources of content that have been assignedfortheweek. Your essay should focus on the following: What you learned about each competency presented for the week.2.What new information you gathered from the week's PowerPoint slides, videos, articles and other assigned reading.3.What critical thinking you engaged in and what new connections were made about the topic. This is your opportunity to tell the instructor what you have learned from the weekly content by focusing on the criteria listed above. If you wish to research and include sources also to the content provided, please feel free to do so and cite that work appropriately. The critical thinking essays/summaries are graded (50 points each). Failure to complete any assignment by the due date will result in a grade point deduction for each day the assignment is late. Additional Assignment Requirements Use APA formatting (including a cover page, Running Head, in-text citations and a reference page)Times New Roman 12 pt. font, and one-inch margins. See the following guidelines and utilize the samples provided for APA formatting. In-text Citations: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/Reference List: Electronic Sourceshttps://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/ Review the grading rubric for each assignment to earn the maximum points possible.APA format is required throughout. Cover Page:Running HeadYour NameEssay TitleWord CountProfessor's NameBody:NarrativeReference Page: Three separate reference/s are required with each essay submission, such as. Curriculum Technology (2014). Title 13 Arizona Criminal Code: Annotated and AbridgedStudent Ed., based on the Arizona Revised Statutes Title 13, as published electronically by the Arizona State Legislature, December 01, 2012. Retrieved from:http://ct2learn.com/els/index.php?cID=2253 Your essay/summary should be between 500 to 900 words; remember to correctly cite your work, please. To earn the maximum possible points, please attain the 900word count and utilize the guiding elements in the matrix below. Title : In depth summary on the topics Biological and Psychological Perspectives Strain and Cultural Deviance, Formation of Subcultures and Social Control Theory

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