Unit 4 Assessment

Unit 4 assessment criteria

A Learner can consider Unit 4 completed when, the learner can:

Explain why a person changes behavior:

  • Participant can compare their answers with sample answers from the lesson

Analyze a hypothetical audience. Response references at least three components that influence a person’s intention to change, from the following:

  • Background influences – internal and external factors
  • Beliefs and attitudes about the behavior
  • Beliefs about social norms
  • Beliefs about control and self-efficacy
  • Environmental factors or constraints
  • Skills and abilities

Specify at least three qualities in response to the following concept: For any particular behavior, what do you need to know about the individual or group?

  • Background influences – internal and external factors
  • Beliefs and attitudes about the behavior
  • Beliefs about social norms
  • Beliefs about control and self-efficacy
  • Environmental factors or constraints
  • Skills and abilities

Explain the difference between planning to change the behavior of an individual vs. planning to build the capacity of a group or community:.

  • Response indicates that behavior change theory refers primarily to individuals, and that planning to build capacity of a group depends on other theories and expectations.
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