-Pick an article that applies directly to wellness, preferably your own wellness. (you can use an advertisement)
-Write a brief summary of the article's findings or recommendations.
-Investigate the veracity of the article's claims using reputable sources. (These sources should have expertise in the subject; should utilize scientific resources or processes of their own; and should be free from major conflicts of interests.)
-Write a summary of your own findings and how they match and/or contradict what the original article suggests.
-Cite all of your sources and find at least two that directly relate to the subject at hand.
-Submit your assignment on Blackboard before the due date. Again I will not accept late assignments.
*Your paper will have two parts: The first part is just a summary of the original article's content. The second part is a summary of your investigation of that original article.
You are free to choose any topic directly relating to wellness but I encourage you to investigate something of particular interest to you. I also suggest you pick an article where the veracity or merit is not certain. If you pick an article from the World Health Organization, you'll probably find proof for it's findings quickly. If you pick an article that says "sit ups make you fat" you'll probably find proof of its falshood very quickly. Pick something that will allow you to learn by investigation. Pick something that really interests you.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||09/30/2014 07:00 pm