Topic- The Stanford Prison Experiment

Topic- The Stanford Prison Experiment


Answer the following questions and do a visual presentation along with a reflective essay.

The essay must address the following point, be typed double spaces, time roman 12,  a minimum of 2 pages long. You are expected to write in APA style.

  • A brief introduction of the topic , definition, historical perspectives, different approaches for topic you have chosen
  • What was new to you and some misunderstanding regarding the topic?
  • Make sure to edit the paper before you turn it in.

After you turn in your paper. You must turn in a powerpoint or any other visual presentation. It should have 4-5 slides, a summary of your paper.

Please use the paper example ready to fill it. It will help you stay on track with APA and addressing the points.


Essay  checklist

____I have addressed all the parts of the assignment based on the instructions.

____My paragraphs are organized logically and support the thesis (main idea of the paper).

____I used a variety of evidence, details (for examples, quote, facts, illustrations) to support my thesis main idea of the paper.

___My conclusion summarizes my thesis and it does not just restate the topic paragraph.

___I have edited and proofread my paper, not only relying on my computer.

___My name is on the top /cover sheet along with the course information or I have a cover page.

___I have a title that reflects my paper/ essay.

___The paper is double-spaced. It time roman 12. It is at least 2 pages long without the cover page.

___I have not used anyone else’s work ideas without citing them appropriately.

___All the sources are stated in my references list the last separate page. I have made sure they are formatted properly in APA.

___I have read and understood the plagiarism statement in the syllabus.

__ I have tried my best to write in APA style -7th edition .

__ I have reflected on a peered reviewed articles.

­­___ I know that the cover page with not count as a page with content.

Adapted from the “How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching”, 2010