Issue Analysis And Application Presentation

Issue Analysis & Application Presentation Instructions

This  two-part assignment, due by the end of Week 3 of the course term,  requires selecting a problem in need of a solution related to adult  development and aging, researching and analyzing information about it,  and applying learning by proposing a possible solution for the problem.  The presentation must be developed using research material from at least  three academic, scholarly journals in the APUS Online Library.

Part I, Issue Analysis

Analysis  involves researching and comparing different elements of an issue to  acquire in-depth knowledge of its component parts. In this section of  your presentation, you will demonstrate knowledge of the issue you  selected by describing and comparing various aspects of it, drawing on a  minimum of 3 academic journal articles from the APUS Online Library.  This portion of the presentation should not attempt to discuss every  possible problem associated with the issue you selected, but rather  should focus on just one problem that you find interesting and  compelling enough to want to solve after conducting your issue research  (use a narrow focus).

Part II, Application

Application  requires putting into action one’s knowledge and ideas about a problem  and how to solve it, which in this case are informed by the scholarly  material you reviewed in the writing of Part 1. In this section of your  presentation, you will demonstrate the ability to apply what you have  learned when researching the issue you selected by hypothesizing about  and recommending possible solutions that could be used to address and  improve the situation examined in your Issue Analysis. The goal here is  to attempt to solve the particular problem you identified in Part 1, not  to introduce additional problems or identify every possible solution.

Assignment Formatting and Submission Requirements

Your  assignment should be submitted as an 8 slide PowerPoint  presentation, not counting Title or Reference slides (all sources used  must be included on the References slide). Narrated slideshows add a  nice touch, but narration is not required.

First person perspective (“I”) and second person (“you”) pronouns and personal story sharing should not be included.

The  presentation must contain no more than 3 direct quotes. Your instructor  needs to see what meaning you have made of what you found in  researching scholarly articles, not what the articles’ authors have  already written.

The  presentation should begin with a brief introduction followed by a  focused, organized, and clearly articulated discussion of the issue in  Part 1, Issue Analysis, followed by your recommendations for solving a  particular problem related to it in Part 2, Application, followed by a  brief conclusion summarizing the problem and your proposed solution.

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