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Learning Activity: Key Individuals Powerpoint In this activity, you will select and analyze one significant event on the Study of Groups timeline. Then, create a powerpoint presentation to describe the event and individual. Discuss how the specific event is a new contribution to the study of groups. Step 1: Description: the specific event should include a detailed description of that event and information about its contributor. 15 points Step 2: Analysis: discuss the major points of the event and how specific details of the event are a new contribution in the field of the study of groups. Information should be accessed from credible academic sources and cited appropriately in APA format. 30 points Exceeds Standard Meets Standard Nearly Meets Standard Does Not Meet Standard No Evidence Score Description Terms and concepts are defined and
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  • Spring '14
  • Buffone,A

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