use this link under the example paper and no work cited. i upload an example To complete the assignment, you will • Choose an online video or podcast. Make sure it covers a topic that is related to A&P, interests you, and that provides enough information to write a paper about. (If it is a very short video or podcast, it probably is not enough information.) You can use one of the sources from the list below or find one on your own. If you are not 100% sure that your source is appropriate, please talk to me first. • Watch/listen to the digital video or podcast. Make sure to take notes while you watch or listen.
• Write a paper that both summarizes the information presented and reflects on the topics presented and the quality of the presentation and the source in the following format: o This is an independent assignment, not a collaborative assignment. o Typed: 12 point Times New Roman o Single-spaced o Maximum 1” margins on all four sides o The body of the digital source paper, not including the title page should be at least two pages long. o All sections should be headed with a title that is capitalized, in boldface type, and underlined on its own line in the text with a single line space above and below it. (See below for the required sections) o All paragraphs should be indented without line gaps in between, except after a section heading. o Include page numbers on bottom right. o After completing your paper, revise and make sure your final paper utilizes language, grammar, and spelling appropriate to a college class.
Get help from the Writing Studio if you need it. o Submit the final paper to the D2L dropbox folder by the due date. It must be in a .doc, .pdf or similar file type. (.pages files do not work. If you have a Mac, please convert to a Word compatible file before submitting—ask for help if you don’t know how to do this). Your paper should include: Digital Source Paper Title page The title page should contain the Title of the digital source, the web link, along with the Student’s name, Course Number (including section), and the Date, in the center of the page. Summary A couple of paragraphs summarizing the information presented in your source. Reflection A paragraph analyzing the quality of the source. For example, how reputable do you think the source is—who are they? Where do they get their information from?
Do they reference their sources or interview their sources directly? Do they have an agenda for why they are presenting the information—are they trying to sell you something or have other motives for providing the information? A paragraph analyzing the quality of the presentation. For example, was it engaging, funny, intriguing? If so, why? Were the presenters skilled? Did they explain the information in an easy to understand way? If it was a video, were the graphics or images meaningful or useful? A paragraph reflecting on what your personal take-aways are from the story, including any new information that you learned. How did it make you feel? Why? Will it impact you, your behaviors, or your choices in any way? Explain.