Before you start writing your Life Review Paper, you will need to submit via Dropbox the “Proposal / Script.” This submission will be graded, and feedback will be provided. Only after this submission is graded can you start working on your paper.
The Proposal portion is a plan about how you will complete this assignment. Before you decide what questions you will want to ask your interviewee, you must first write two to three paragraphs stating what you will want to learn from this assignment.
For the Script portion, you will need to come up with a series of questions (script) that you will want to ask the older adult you are interviewing. These questions should cover the history of the person’s life and capture the essence of the older adult. These questions should also help you assess the older adult using the BioPsychoSocial model. A good set of questions for a paper of this caliber will consist of 10-15 questions. The questions should be derived from our course concepts such as chronic disease, biology of aging, love and intimacy, social interactions, living arrangements, economic security, productive aging, retirement, and death and dying, as well as an application of the Biopsychosocial model.
Make sure your questions are open-ended (cannot be answered by a simple Yes or No). For example, Do you remember your favorite childhood memory is a closed-ended question. What is your favorite childhood memory is an open-ended way to write this question.
Find the attachment
it will help you generate the questions
proposal should not be less that 300 words