HLT362 Giving up Alcohol for Just 1 Month Has Lasting Benefits Analysis

HLT362 Giving up Alcohol for Just 1 Month Has Lasting Benefits Analysis

HLT362 Giving up Alcohol for Just 1 Month Has Lasting Benefits Analysis


Search the GCU Library and find one new health care article that uses quantitative research. Do not use an article from a previous assignment, or that appears in the Topic Materials or textbook.

Complete an article analysis and ethics evaluation of the research using the “Article Analysis and Evaluation of Research Ethics” template. See Chapter 5 of your textbook as needed, for assistance.

While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

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Student Name:
Course Number: MVC-109
Demonstration Date:
Proficiencies – Class Voice (Performance: Mid-Term & Final Exam)
Competency %
Weight Fails to Meet
Standard Partially Meets
Standard Meets
% Scaling 59 82 96
Breath 20 Excessive difficulties managing breath is demonstrated by inability to complete phrases with musicality. Clavicle breathing is exhibited. Breath is noticeably noisy. Some instances of an interrupted legato line exhibited due to intermittent lapses in breath management. Skills are developing but not yet consistent. Mostly effortless management of breath is demonstrated. A diaphragmatic breath support carries the tone throughout.
Tone 20 Major lapses in tone production exhibited by lack of balanced resonance, inconsistent vowel formation, and/or pressed phonation. Some lapses in proper registration and tonal color exhibited shows that control of tone is developing but not yet consistent. Mostly effortless tone production throughout all registers of voice. Tone is freely- produced, balanced, and expressive.
Musicianship 20 Majority of pitches and/or rhythms improperly learned. Poor diction is demonstrated by many incorrect vowel/consonant sounds. Text is largely unintelligible. Only minor pitch and/or rhythm errors. Pronunciation skills are emerging, but not yet consistent. Intonation is generally accurate. Mostly effortless intonation and rhythmic accuracy. Pronunciation is fluid and linguistic skills are approaching native ability.
Performance Preparation 10 Excessive inconsistencies in learned material disrupt overall performance (includes memorization, as required).


Inconsistencies in learned material are well-covered and general poise is maintained (includes memorization, as required). Solid performance preparation of learned material allows for a confident and expressive delivery (includes memorization, as required).
Emotional Involvement 10 Little evidence of understanding or emotional connection to text demonstrated.

Emotional connection to text is exhibited with only a few situational lapses. Performs with genuine facial expressions and body language that demonstrates a clear understanding and emotional connection to text.
Responsiveness to Instructor


20 Contradicts instructor directives. Average standard performance demonstrates inconsistent application of instructor directives with evidence of effort. Performance demonstrates application of instructor directives with clear evidence of effort and promise of success.