Contact us for this answer at +1 (817) 546-4770 on SMS/Whatsapp/Call or Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Prompt: Grading Criteria: Responses to the discussion prompt(s) should be written in complete sentences and should contain references to relevant course material from the text and/or other sources within the module. You are expected to respond to each question in the discussion prompt(s) with a minimum of two paragraphs written in complete sentences with no grammatical and/or spelling errors. Additionally each of those paragraphs must contain a minimum of five sentences . It is helpful to create your response within Microsoft Word to take advantage of spell check and then copy and paste it into the assignment to submit. Points will be deducted for spelling and/or grammar errors use of abbreviated or “texting” language and failure to adequately respond to the question/topic. Responses to the posts of other classmates should be a minimum of three sentences in length and address the information contained in the student’s original post while also expanding on the concepts within the text and course material. When you respond to classmates please be respectful of other view points and make sure that your response is thoughtful insightful and extends the content of the initial discussion question. Responses such as “good job” “I agree” “I never thought of that” etc. will not be counted as a productive response and will not receive any credit. Responses to the discussion forum prompt should be of high quality and will be graded based on the following criteria: Initial Response to Discussion Prompt: 0 points 1-3 points 4-6 points 7-9 points 10 points No response or reply such as “Good job” “I like your post” or “I agree”. Single entry; no evidence of reflection of course content. Incomplete sentences many grammar and punctuation errors. The response builds on the ideas of the module and digs deeper into assignment questions or issues. Shows evidence and reference to assigned readings. Some incomplete sentences grammar and punctuation errors. The response cites information from the text includes individual opinion and shows value as a seed for reflection. Complete sentences with very few grammatical or punctuation errors. Response integrates multiple views and shows evidence of additional research which is properly cited in APA format. Complete sentences no grammar or punctuation errors. Responses such as “Great comment” “I agree” “I liked your response” or “I enjoyed reading your response” will not receive any credit. If you use such comments it must be followed by detailed information to support your comment in order to receive credit. For a top score you must respond constructively to at least two other students. Provide detail of what you agree/disagree with and expand briefly on their thought/idea. More extensive participation will be noted. Describe moral development in young children. Explain how young children learn right from wrong. Identify and describe the methods to support childrens moral development. Textbook PowerPoint Presentations Websites and Video located in the “Additional Resources” section of the Module Additional research conducted by the student using credible sources Describe moral development in young children.Explain how young children learn right from wrong.Identify and describe the methods to support childrens moral development.