Explaining what you saw and did (in simple terms, what did the client say and do, and what did you feel, think, say, do, and how did you make sense of their situation?); 

 Critically discussing one skill you used in this example (be specific – it is not sufficient to simply name the skill), or critically discussing one area of personal and/or specialist knowledge you saw yourself drawing on; 

 Critically discussing one theory that was implicit in your way of making sense of this situation, and your way of intervening (how were you conceptualizing “the problem”, what assumption was implicit in your approach ab​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​out how change might happen, and what assumption was evident about how you saw your role as a change agent?); and 

 Critically discussing one personal value or belief that contributed to your way of making sense and intervening. Please note that personal values is not the same as professional values (or practice standards).

 Personal values are unconscious assumptions, often arising from formative family of origin or life experiences. Some are helpful to practice, and others are not (particularly if we are unaware of them).

 Pleas note: The aim of this assessment task is that you develop your capacity to practice with awareness.

 Criteria & Marking: (1) Ability to clearly describe and critically analyze an interaction, issue or event that illustrates the student’s emerging practice framework (20 marks); (2) Quality of critical analysis of a social work theory or practice method used by the student in this observed event or interaction 

(3) Quality of critical analysis of a social work skill, or area of specialist/personal knowledge, used by the student in this observed event or interaction (20 marks); 

(4) Quality of critical analysis of a personal value or belief implicit in this observed event or interaction

 (5) Scholarship, written expression, logic, range and quality of resources and referencing