LSS 5100 Unit III Presentation (6 slides) & Unit III DQ - 91671

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LSS 5100 Unit III PowerPoint Presentation This assignment will assist you with developing your final assignment in Unit IV, which is an annotated bibliography. First, choose a topic that interests you. Next, navigate to the CSU Online Library. Use the information you have learned about searching the library databases (e.g. Academic OneFile, ebrary, etc.) to locate five scholarly sources that provide information about your chosen topic. For each source, you will want to record: a) the author(s); b) copyright or publication year; c) title of the text; d) other publication information (usually the location or online location where you found the source, including the city and state, or the city and country, as well as the publisher’s name). You will be creating and submitting a PowerPoint Presentation for this assignment. The presentation should contain a minimum of five slides. For the last three (3) slides, you will need to format the source information you recorded from your library search in APA Style as reference citations. You may use the following as a guide: Slide 1- Title (your name, Columbia Southern University, the date) Slide 2- Introduction (in your own words, write a brief introduction to your topic and why you chose it) Slide 3- Two APA Style reference citations Slide 4- Two APA Style reference citations Slide 5- One APA Style reference citation This assignment focuses on two course outcomes: Course Outcome 1: Examine the role of critical thinking for both a learner in a graduate program and as a professional in an industry. Course Outcome 4: Demonstrate effective online communication using a visual presentation medium. LSS 5100 Unit III Discussion Board In Unit II, you learned that to become a critical thinker, you must develop certain skills. Some of those skills include, but are not limited to: recognizing assumptions; evaluating old information and new ideas; producing new ideas based on sound evidence; analyzing problems; communicating with clarity; managing emotions in response to a situation or problem; and judging your sources. Whether you are changing careers, or furthering your education in your current field, professional and personal development critical thinking skills help you learn from and with others of diverse backgrounds and interests (Anderson & Media, n.d.). First, take the attached Critical Thinking Assessment Practice Quiz and then post an answer to these questions, in paragraph form: 1. Which questions did you find the most difficult and why? 2. Which questions did you find to be easiest and why? 3. How do you think working on your critical thinking skills will help you in graduate school? In your current or future profession? References Anderson, A., & Media, D. (n.d.). What are the benefits of critical thinking in the workplace? The Houston Chronicle: Small Business. Retrieved from LSS5100 LSS/5100 Unit III | PowerPoint Presentation & LSS5100 LSS/5100 Unit III Discussion Board ___________________________________________________________________________________________ LSS 5100 Unit III PowerPoint Presentation (6 slides) & Discussion Board ( 3 Pages + APA Format + References )
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