We have reached our second discussion forum for the class. Reminder: The discussion forums are set up so you must post first before seeing any other student’s work. This helps you by allowing you to choose a topic and article without worry of choosing the same topic/article another used. Please see the example of an "A" quality post for guidance.
This discussion covers a topic of your choice from Chapters 19, 20, 7, 12 and 13. As you did for the first discussion, you may want to choose a topic from the chapters that you found interesting, or you may want to choose a topic you struggled to understand as you were reading the chapter materials.
To complete the discussion post:
You are required to find a journal article from the Library (linked in the left column) or a scholarly website, which means it is a government (ending in .gov) or education (ending in .edu) website. You may not use your textbook. Wikipedia and other encyclopedia websites are prohibited. If you find a website you wish to use, but are unsure if it is a scholarly source, please email the web address to me and I will look at it.
Please copy/paste your written material into the discussion box. Attachments are not accepted.
Your initial post must include the following information:
Author’s name or website’s name and full title of article in APA format:
Include the library source (i.e. EBSCOHost, ProQuest, etcetera) or website’s URL with this information.
Date of publication or copyright. On a website, the copyright information is usually at the bottom of the page.
Discuss IN YOUR OWN WORDS at least three points learned from the article or website you used.
What is its relevancy to your future career goals?
Identify at least one question that was not addressed in the materials used for this assignment or write one potential multiple choice test question.
Minimum word count for the initial post is 250 words. Each post must be written in the student’s own words. Add citations and reference details per APA requirements. If you need assistance learning about this formatting technique, please visit the OWL at Purdue website’s APA Formatting and Style Guide (7th Edition) page. On the left side of the page are links for in-text citations and references. Please review those links. A search on YouTube will also bring up good resources.