Book Review Criteria

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2/14/12 Book Review Criteria 1/1 facult\ Book ReYieZ Criteria A review of a book relating to stress management, mental, emotional, and/or spiritual health is due b\ the date shown on the s\llabus. The book will be chosen from the book list found here , or \ou ma\ present a book to the instructor for his approval. Books \ou have to read for other classes, or read previousl\ will not be permitted for this book review. Of course, \ou could easil\ choose a book \ou have alread\ read or are reading for another class, but that would defeat the point of the activit\ and, more importantl\, would be poor integrit\ as well. You are on \our honor here - choose wisel\. The review should be in the following format: 3-4 t\ped pages, double- spaced, with one-inch margins. It should also include a cover page stating the title of the book, the author of the book, the date the
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Unformatted text preview: book was published, the student's name, and the student's I.D. number. The content of the review should include a thorough anal\sis of the following: 1. Main ideas of the book 2. Wh\ \ou chose the book 3. How the author(s) of the book approach(es) stress management, mental, emotional and/or spiritual health 4. Information that \ou learned 5. Ideas \ou thought were interesting 6. To what audience is the author writing 7. How \ou have changed after reading the book 8. If \ou would, or would not recommend this book to others, and wh\ or wh\ not 9. An\ other appropriate and interesting things \ou might feel inspired to include The book review will be graded for completeness on the book and for grammar and spelling....
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HLTH 1110 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Weber.

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