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Exploring the Course Themes (graded)
The four course themes of education, technology, family, and health and wellness are topics that touch each of our lives in some way. In this discussion, practice exploring the themes as a researcher would: by creating problem statements.
How do you do this? Ask and then answer the question using a sub-topic (see below). Here’s an example. “For whom is [school bullying] a problem?“ In your post, provide the question and then the answer to the question. For example, “School bullying is a problem for victims of bullying because. . . .” Complete the statement based on your experience and knowledge.
Topic Selection (graded)
To prepare for your topic selection and the research process, conduct an Internet search to find at least two articles that have been posted in the last year on one of the "themes" topics (i.e., bullying). The goal is to find articles that take clear positions on the topic. Share what you find and include the URL links to the articles. After you’ve posted, assess a classmate’s links, indicating whether you’d like to read or hear more about the topic and why.
Argumentative Strategies (graded)
In research writing, what exactly do we mean by argument? Do we mean taking an extreme position and standing our ground, whether or not the facts support our position? Or do we mean instead convincing our audience by taking a reasonable stance on an issue and supporting our position with appropriate evidence? Define and explain the difference using examples.
Internet Reliability (graded)
How reliable is the Internet as a source of information for your research? What are the ways you can...