The presentation is linked to a literature review. Here are the instructions to the presentation.
Students will write a literature review on a topic of their choice. I highly recommend having a final publish completed before you work on your presentation (see #5 below). Detailed instructions and a grading rubric are available on our course Canvas page. Please mark your calendar now so that you will not be surprised by this important assignment and related deadlines. The literature review is worth 100 points, or 25% of your final grade.
My discussion topic is Families and Health (choose a particular health issue or diagnosis such as cancer or diabetes). I will discuss specifically about diabetes.
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Here are the instructions for the literature review
Point totals for each component of the paper are available in the rubric below.
Papers will be written in ASA or APA style and graded on content, grammar, spelling, and writing strength. Students are expected to demonstrate writing skills appropriate for a third-year (junior) college student.
Please do not include an abstract for this paper; a simple title page that includes your paper title, your full name, total word count, and course section information will suffice.
Papers must be double-spaced, typed in 12-point Times New Roman font, with 1-inch margins.
The content of the paper must include at least* 8 peer-reviewed journal articles, scholarly journals, or online official website references (non-partisan and non-profit). These sources must be included as in-text citations and in a reference list at the end.
The length of the literature review will be a minimum of 2,000 words and not more than 3,000 words (not including the reference page or a title page). This is approximately 7-10 pages.
Citations (both in text and on the reference page) must be correct. Improperly cited sources and the omission of proper citations will incur a point deduction for each occurrence.
Please be careful not to plagiarize. For almost all claims in a lit review, you need to cite a source. Plagiarism can result in a failing grade and student disciplinary actions.