Choose one chapter from the course textbook; read through it and review its references.
Step 3: Select three of the references (at the bottom of each chapter section), find the full texts and closely read them. If
you have trouble accessing them, email me.
Step 4: Create a 5-minute (minimum) presentation, with audio and visuals, based on the three sources you selected. You
can use power point, slide deck, or any other application.
Organize your presentation in three parts: Introduction, Body, and Wrap up. There is no minimum/maximum of words, as
long as you address the points described below.
a. Introduction: Explain to the audience which chapter you chose, then which parts/topics of it you focused on. Explain
why you found these topic(s) important. Introduce the three references you selected from the chapter (APA format).
Explain why and how you chose the three references.
b. Body: Describe the three references: what do they talk about? what are their research questions? what are the
variables they are interested in? What are their key ideas/findings (minimum 1 key idea/finding from each reference).
c. Wrap up: Final thoughts and reflections. How would you follow up this research? What other research questions
would you ask based on these studies