Note The thesis tells a reader what a paper or article will be about It lets

Note the thesis tells a reader what a paper or

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distract drivers from the road. Note: The thesis tells a reader what a paper or article will be about. It lets the reader know right away what the conclusion will be. Hypothesis example: We predict heads-up displays in cars will distract drivers from the road and cause more accidents. Note: The hypothesis provides a prediction (what happens in the future) that can be tested in an experiment. Directions To complete this assessment, do the following:
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Read the following two articles: Macdonald, K., Germine, L., Anderson, A., Christodoulou, J., & McGrath, L. M. (2017). Dispelling the myth: Training in education or neuroscience decreases but does not eliminate beliefs in neuromyths. Frontiers in Psychology, 8. Retrieved from Bergland, C. (2017, August 10). Debunking neuromyths: Eight common brain myths set straight. Retrieved from - way/201708/debunking-neuromyths-eight-common-brain- myths-set-straight Complete the Source Analysis
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interactive media guide, following the prompts and directions. This media piece will guide your completion of the assessment. In Section 1 of the form, record information from the scholarly article. Then, answer the questions in Section 2 of the form, based on the non-scholarly article. When you have completed the media guide, it will generate a document. Submit this document as your assessment. Use proper APA citations throughout. Additional Requirements Written communication: Writing should be free of errors that detract from the overall message. The discussion on how the information in the article relates to a thesis should be a well-developed paragraph with proper citations. APA formatting:
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References and citations should be formatted according to the current APA style and formatting. You may refer to Additional Guidelines for Formatting Papers [PDF] for help with formatting this assessment. Your quotations should include quotation marks and citations. Your paraphrases should include citations.
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