two parts Critical Thinking!InstructionsDescription:After completing the Week 3 Full of Fallacies assignment, where we used logical fallacies to manipulate the audience in an advertisement, in Week 5 we will do the opposite. No fallacies allowed.We’ll use well-structured arguments to persuade the audience of what we believe to be the truth using evidence from authoritative, unbiased sources as justification.Choose an issue you’d like to convince other people of and find sources that will be the foundation for the Week 7 Infographic. Use the attached Source Evaluation Worksheet to complete this assignment (CO1).Part I: Choose a topic.Describe the topic, concept, idea, or approach that is going to be the central idea of the Week 7 Infographic. There is no minimum word count but please use several well thought-out sentences to make your point.Part II: Source Evaluation Worksheet- Find a minimum of three (3) sources; two (2) academic sources from the APUS library and one (1) article (quality online or newspaper article).- Annotate your list of sources, i.e. explain what you hope to get out of these readings and how it will help you argue your point.- For this assignment, do not use the website sources you used in the Week 3 Forum.- Follow the format found in the Source Evaluation Worksheet.Consider the following:- Please upload the completed Source Evaluation Worksheet and write directly into it.- Be detailed and precise when completing the worksheet.- Your annotation of your sources should be in your own words with some quotations from your source.- For grading expectations, please see the Source Evaluation rubric._____________________InstructionsDescription:Not every assignment in college needs to be a three to five page paper because in our everyday life we have to critically evaluate symbols, images, and graphics. Infographics are used to communicate complex ideas in a visually pleasing, yet simple to understand manner. Using the topic and sources from the Week 5 Source Evaluation, create an Infographic that communicates your argument in a visually pleasing manner (CO1 & CO2). Unlike the week 3 assignment, Full of Fallacies, this assignment will not be used to manipulate, but persuade based on facts and logical reasoning.When creating your infographic, please consider the following:- Use an Infographic program such as Piktochard, Visme, Easel.ly, MS Publisher, Prezi, et cetera. For many of these you will need an account for them to work properly (they will still be free).- Use copyright free images (included in the Infographic program used).- Include text to explain your argument and describe your position.- Include data to support your argument.- Include at least four sources in the Infographic.- Include References at the bottom of the Infographic.Consider the following:- Have fun with this assignment and be creative!- To help you with Infographics, please see the examples in the Week 7 Lessons.- If you need an alternative format, please contact your instructor immediately.- For grading expectations, please see the Infographic rubric.
two parts Critical Thinking! Instructions Description: After completing the Week 3 Full of Fallacies assignment, where we used logical fallacies to manipulate the audience in an advertisement, in Week
Source Evaluation Worksheet Part I: Topic Describe the topic, concept, idea, or approach that is going to be the central idea of the Week 7 Infographic. There is no minimum word count but please use several fully thought-out sentences to make your point. Part II: Source Evaluation Article Title: Article Author: Database or Web URL: Source’s Publication Date: Publishing Information: Source Summary: Article Title: Article Author: Database or Web URL: Source’s Publication Date: Publishing Information: Source Summary: Article Title: Article Author: Database or Web URL: Source’s Publication Date: Publishing Information: Source Summary: Article Title: Article Author: Database or Web URL: Source’s Publication Date: Publishing Information: Source Summary:
two parts Critical Thinking! Instructions Description: After completing the Week 3 Full of Fallacies assignment, where we used logical fallacies to manipulate the audience in an advertisement, in Week
Infographic Rubric Rubric EXEMPLARY Accomplished Developing Beginning Infographic Design (20 %) Design elements of infographic directly contribute s to clear communication of information. Design elements of infographic do not interfere with communication of information. Important design elements of the infographic may be missing. Many design elements of the infographic are missing. Persuasive Content (20%) Infog raphic persuades audience usi ng facts, logical reasoning, and an articulate argument. Infographic inform s more than persuades audience usi ng facts, logical reasoning, and an articulate argument. Infographic informs audience rather than persuades audience using facts, logical reasoning, or an articulate argument . Infographic was not able to persuade or inform audience usi ng facts, logical reasoning, or an articulate argument. Critical Thinking and Creativity ILO -BI.A.3 (30 %) Illustrates core concepts of critical think ing while executing creativity with the infographic. Student uses core concepts of critical thinking as a foundation for creativity with the infographic. Student illustrates core concepts of critical thinking while execut ing creativity with the infographic. Student uses core concepts of critical thinking while executing creativity with the infographic but may not appropriately implement the tasks or illustrate the core concepts. Use of Sources ILO -DL.A.5 (20 %) Communicates information from sources accurately. Student accurately, clearly, and concisely communicates information from multiple sources Student accurately communicates information from multiple sources. Student communicates some information from sources, but it may be inadequate information or from poor sources. Writing Quality (10%) The writing is accurate and free of errors. There are occasional grammar, spelling, or mechanical errors but they do not obscure the readability of the forum posts. There are numerous grammar, spelling, and mechanical errors that are distracting but do not obscure the readability of the forum. There are so many grammar, spelling, and mechanical errors that they obscure the meaning of the forum post. ‘
two parts Critical Thinking! Instructions Description: After completing the Week 3 Full of Fallacies assignment, where we used logical fallacies to manipulate the audience in an advertisement, in Week
Source Evaluation Rubric Rubric EXEMPLARY Accomplished Developing Beginning Part I: Topic (30%) The topic for the Week 7 Infographic was chosen and several well thought – out sentences were written. The topic for the Week 7 Infographic was chosen and described . The topic for the Week 7 Infographic was chosen and briefly described . The topic for the Week 7 Infographic was chosen but requires greater explanation . Part II: Sources (20%) A minimum of three sources were included of which two were academic and one was a quality source. A minimum of t hree sources were included of which one was academic and the others were quality source s. A minimum of three sources were included of whic h none were academic and the rest were quality source s. One or two sources were included. Part II: Summaries (40%) Each article contains a strong summary that includes a purpose and detailed key fin dings. Each article contains a summary that includes a purpose and key fin dings. There are summaries of each article but they need grater clarification or elaboration. Not every article contains a summary and they need greater clarification and elaboration. Writing Quality (10%) The writing is accurate and free of errors. There are occasional grammar, spelling, or mechanical errors but they do not obscure the readability of the forum posts. There are numerous grammar, spelling, and mechanical errors that are distracting but do not obscure the readability of the forum. There are so many grammar, spelling, and mech anical errors that they obscure the meaning of the forum post.




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