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**USE the ECOMAP attachment to shape your story, The Mentor’s name is Karen (she is 56 years old), she is a mother of four grown-up children (33, 30, 27, and 25). The Ecomap lists her current relationships to the things in her life (please use this as a guide to create a story). Also use the Genogram to help create a story within the PowerPoint.**
**This presentation will tell the life story of your mentor, from birth to the present time, covering all stages of the life course covered in this class. You will not only describe your mentor’s life at each stage, but you will apply at least one major theory of development at each stage to analyze as it applies to your mentor (Use the book [Dimensions of Human Behavior: Edition 6 by Elizabeth D. Hutchison)])**
**Use the book [Dimensions of Human Behavior: Edition 6 by Elizabeth D. Hutchison] to apply major theories of development at each stage of life and apply it o Mentor’s Life.**
**Your PowerPoint should address the bio-psycho-social-sexual and cultural aspects of your mentor’s life, as well as careful consideration of the key social environments that have shaped your mentor’s life.**
In addition to the textbook, you will need to use a minimum of two outside sources, all of which must be peer-reviewed.
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Be creative, use pictures and present colorful slides.
Your PowerPoint should be 10-15 slides in length and should follow the following outline:
i. Introduce your mentor
ii. Describe your mentor’s current life from bio-psycho-social-sexual and cultural perspectives.
iii. Describe your mentor’s current life context (environments)
II. Infancy and Early Childhood
i. Provide a general descriiption of your mentor’s infancy and early childhood.
ii. Choose one or two significant features and a corresponding theory to apply.
iii. Discuss how using that theoretical lens helps or does not help you understand the early life of your mentor.
III. Middle Childhood and adolescence (with i. ii. and iii. as above)
IV. Young Adulthood (with i. ii. and iii. as above)
V. Middle Adulthood (with i. ii. and iii. as above)
VI. Late Adulthood (with i. ii. and iii. as above)
VII. Conclusion & Social Work Implications
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