In a Word doc, compose a 500 word essay describing the longitudinal, cross sectional and sequential designs used in lifespan development research, citing the strengths and limitations of each. Then explain the similarities and differences of systematic observation, self reports, the clinical method, and ethnography as described in the text. DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA, ONLINE DICTIONARIES, INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY TEXTBOOKS, OR OTHER ENCYCLOPEDIAS OR ELEMENTARY SOURCES!!!! Do NOTUse non-professional web sites at all! It is best to use only highly credible web sites (e.g., apa.org) as sources and to do so sparingly.SLA Default Written Assignment Grading Rubric 2013-2014Grading Rubric,Written Assignments2013-2014Value for column and grade equivalentCriteria F(0) F (11) D (13) C (15) B (17) A (20)Writing Skills:Grammar, spelling andsyntax are correct. Lengthmeets requirements for theassignment.No submission Significant number oferrors in grammar,spelling and/or syntax perpage. Indicates asignificant lack ofproofreading effort. Doesnot adhere to lengthrequirements.Many errors in grammar,spelling and/or syntax onmost pages. Some minoreffort at proofreading,insufficient. Does notadhere to lengthrequirements.Rare errors in grammar,spelling and/or syntax;for example fewer thantwo per page. Overall,some effort atproofreading; meetslength requirements.No obvious errors ingrammar, spelling and/orsyntax; for example-fewerthan one minor error perpage; meets lengthrequirements.Essentially, no errors ingrammar, spelling orsyntax throughout theentire document; meetslength requirements.Development: Core themeor thesis statement ispresent along withcoherent, coordinated,supported argumentsNo submission 1) Paper has notheme/thesis statement; 2)Lacks identifiablearguments and/or ideas1) Paper s coretheme/thesis statement isdifficult to identify; 2)Rudimentarydevelopment ofarguments and/or ideas1) Paper is organizedaround a coretheme/thesis statement; 2)Identifiable developmentof arguments and/or ideas1) Paper is focused on a welldeveloped theme/thesisstatement; 2) Ideas andarguments are clear and welldefined1) Paper s theme/thesisstatement is completelydeveloped 2) the argumentsand ideas are clear, welldefined and comprehensiveContent: Paper containsthe appropriate quality andquantity of well thoughtout ideas to support andaddress the topic asrequired.No submission Paper lacks the mostbasic quality and quantityof ideas to support andaddress the topic asrequired.Paper contains poorlydeveloped ideas thatinconsistently support andaddress the topic asrequired.Paper contains theminimum quality andquantity of ideas thatsupport the topic asrequired.Paper contains theappropriate quality andquantity of ideas to supportand address fully the topic asrequired.Paper contains high qualityideas that are skillfullyused to support the topiccompletely as required.Conclusion: Papercontains a well-developedsummary or conclusionthat builds on thetheme/thesis and the ideasor arguments presented.No submission Paper lacks asummary/conclusiondrawn from stated ideas.Paper has incorrect and/orincompletesummary/conclusion.Paper has an adequatesummary/conclusion.Paper has a convincing andinclusivesummary/conclusion.Paper has a cogent,inclusive and welldeveloped summary/conclusion whichcompletely wraps up allthemes and ideas presentedin the paper.Sources and Referencesand Format: Appropriatesource material, used tosupport the student s ideasare cited and referencedaccording to specifications.No submission 1) Resources used are notused; 2) Student does notclearly differentiatehis/her thoughts fromthose of others.1) Resources used are notsufficient in quantity; 2)Most (>75%) resourcesare not appropriate; 3)incorrect citations and/orreferencing 4) Studentdoes not clearlydifferentiate his/herthoughts from those ofothers in several places.1) Resources used aresufficient in quantity; 2)Some (<50%) Resourcesare not appropriate; 3)Most citations andreferences use the correctstyle; 4) Student usually(75%) differentiateshis/her thoughts fromthose of others.1) Resources used aresufficient in quantity, 2) Few(<25%) of the resources arenot appropriate; 3) >75% ofcitations and references usethe correct style; 4) Student(90%) differentiates his/herthoughts from those ofothers.1) Resources used aresufficient in quantity; 2)Resources are appropriate;3) Correct style for allcitations and references 4)Student clearly andconsistently differentiateshis/her thoughts from thoseof others at all times.