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Question 1 10 out of 10 points First Paragraph - Visual Aids – Briefly explain how are you going to play the role of your expert witness. Address BOTH of the following scenarios: 1. If you could present in a traditional classroom, describe what charts, pictures, graphs, props, and handouts you would use as part of your role-playing. (5 points) 2. Explain how you would present your role in your online classroom in Blackboard. What visual aids or other information (charts, pictures, graphs, attachments or handouts) would you use? (5 points) Selected Answer: In a traditional classroom, as the role of the researcher, I would hand out information pertaining to people, particularly young people, who could have been saved if stem cell research had been more fully supported. I would particularly concentrate on some of the more heartbreaking cases of children who died from diseases that stem cell research shows great promise in treating. I would also hand out material showing that there are other options besides traditional stem cell research that are less controversial but also show some promising results. Additionally, I would show magnified photos of the stem cells being grown in the lab. In an online setting, I would make my
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post about what in the role of researcher, I do in the realm of stem cell research. Again, I would post information regarding the loss of life that in some cases may have been prevented through stem cell research. I would also post some open ended questions to try to get a discussion going so that I could help dispel any myths that people might have about stem cell research. Correct Answer: [None] Feedback: [None Given] Question 2 19 out of 20 points Sentence Outline with In-Text Citations : Contains the information you are going to use during your presentation in an outline format, indicating thorough research . Your outline should be at minimum of 2 (two) pages long. (20 points) 1. Begin your outline with an introductory paragraph that sets the paper in context; in this paragraph the topic sentence can be at the end. The introductory paragraph contains a few, carefully written sentences summarizing the major points in the paper. It is followed by a list of numbered sentences that summarize the major points of paragraphs in the paper. 2. Each sentence must be a sentence -- that is, it has a subject ("each sentence"), a verb ("must be"), and a complement ("a sentence"). All sentences must be in the same tense. 3. The topic sentences (the first sentence of the paragraph) should be as specific as possible so that the main points/features of the paragraph are clear. 4. If one numbered item contains two sentences, make sure you are not squeezing
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two paragraphs into one. For an outline of 2 double-spaced pages, there should be 4 to 6 paragraphs.
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