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 Write the pamphlet and be prepared to discuss it.  You will post the pamphlet here for grading and also in a designated discussion on week 8 by the end of week 7 (see Course Schedule for exact due date). As a presenter and topic expert, you will be responsible for answering classmates' questions and reacting to their comments. You will also read classmates' pamphlets and will have a chance to discuss them during the last week of the class. 


  

At a minimum, your pamphlet should contain the following required elements:

  • Introductory paragraph      describing your subject and its importance
  • Body of the pamphlet

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  • Addresses signs, symptoms
  • Explains effects of the       disease on healthy body functions, and relates this to signs and symptoms
  • Analyzes risk factors and       preventive steps
  • Describes maintenance of       quality of life
  • Discusses diagnostic and       therapeutic tools
  • Explains expected outcomes and       prognosis
  • Describes current areas of       research into prevention, treatment or cure
  • Describes possible future areas       of research into prevention, treatment or cure
  • References
  • Conclusion - summary of your      findings

List all references at the end of your pamphlet. You must use at least five references from credible, scientifically rigorous sources and cite them using American Psychological Association (APA) style. Two or more references should be from the UMGC Library. The references cited should be no older than seven years.  References should be listed on a separate page that does not count toward the required length of the paper.

Your grade will depend upon the content and clarity of your presentation as well as your ability to answer questions from classmates and the instructor. Keep in mind that longer does not always mean better. Good writing practices, including the use of correct grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure, and a clear flow of thought, will account for a portion of your grade.

The entire Pamphlet project is worth 20% of final grade.

There are three parts to the Pamphlet project:

Prepamphlet is worth 5%.

  • Selection of topic and      explanation (Week 2)
  • List of References (Week 5)
  • Pamphlet Outline (Week 5)

Pamphlet (final product) is worth 12% (Week 7)

  • Introduction
  • Addresses signs, symptom
  • Explains effects of the disease      on healthy body functions, and relates this to signs and symptoms
  • Explains effects of the      disease on healthy body functions, and relates this to signs and symptoms
  • Analyzes risk factors and      preventive steps
  • Describes maintenance of      quality of life
  • Explains outcomes and prognosis
  • Describes current areas of      research into prevention, treatment or cure
  • Describes possible future areas      of research into prevention, treatment or cure
  • Conclusion
  • Final list of references      included in pamphlet
  • Clarity, proper grammar,      punctuation, spelling
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