Models: Use behavioral and social theoretical models to inform the development of your newsletter. Your instructor should be able to clearly
see elements of the models in your unannotated newsletter, but you will also explain how you used the models in your annotated newsletter.
Cultural Competence: In this section, you should focus on creating materials that are not culturally limiting, meaning your created materials
should not be insulting or exclusionary toward any particular culture.
Language: Communicate the health information to the target audience using audience-appropriate language and design (including font
and structure) that is inclusive (does not alienate an individual of a particular culture).
Graphics: Utilize images and graphics that are appropriate for your target audience and issue and do not exclude individuals from the
population. Make sure the images represent the population and that the population can identify with the images. For example, if your
target audience is a class of sixth graders, your images should depict various children, not adults or all males.
SMART Goals: Create SMART goals for the target audience that will help guide changes in health behavior and be useful in measuring the issue’s
improvement or changes over time. For example, if your health issue is smoking, one of your SMART goals might be for the target audience to
buy one pack of cigarettes per week instead of two packs.
Sources: Employ accurate, credible, up-to-date information as appropriate in your newsletter.
Citations: Correctly cite the credible sources of your health information to ensure that the information in your newsletter will be taken seriously
and you are not plagiarizing (which could impede the dissemination of your information to your target audience). Use the version of APA style
that you have used throughout the course.

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