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UOP GEN 195 Week 5 Resources Presentation updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 5 Resources Presentation updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 5 Resources Presentation updated

Resources: Microsoft® PowerPoint® tutorial; Toolwire® Learnscape: Making a Successful Presentation

Create a 5-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes on your experience in this course.

Include the following:

The importance of personal responsibility
Upholding academic honesty
Improving reading and study skills
Developing writing skills
Five tips for updated students
Note. Speaker’s notes should contain additional details about each slide as if you would use the notes during an oral presentation.

Submit the PowerPoint presentation document by clicking on the Grading tab.

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 5 Reliable Sources updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 5 Reliable Sources updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 5 Reliable Sources updated

Reliable Sources Worksheet

Locate two sources in the University Library on a topic of your choice. Provide the required information for both sources.

Source 1

Author:
Date:
Title:
Publication:

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

Is the source reliable? How do you know?

Is the information relevant to the topic?

Does the information reflect a bias on the author’s part? If so, what is the bias?
Source 2

Author:
Date:
Title:
Publication:

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

Is the source reliable? How do you know?
Is the information relevant to the topic?

Does the information reflect a bias on the author’s part? If so, what is the bias?

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 5 Personal Plan updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 5 Personal Plan updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 5 Personal Plan updated
Resources:

Ethical Lens Inventory results
Career Interests Profiler results
Career Plan Building Activities
Your SMART goals, including those identified on the University of Phoenix Material: Goal Setting
Personal Plan: Outline and Introductory Paragraph
Facilitator feedback on previous assignment submissions
Tools:

Sample Outline in the CWE
WritePoint® in the CWE
MyFoundationsLab: The Writing Process
MyFoundationsLab: Prewriting
MyFoundationsLab: Developing and Organizing a Paragraph MyFoundationsLab: The Topic Sentence
MyFoundationsLab: Recognizing a Paragraph
Write a 350- to 700-word personal statement about your educational and career goals. Use the outline and introductory paragraph you already created in Week Three as a starting point from which to create a complete statement.

Include the following:

Your personal educational and career goals
How should your career interests and competencies help guide you in your personal academic journey?
Does pursuing a degree help you build on the competencies you need for your future career? Is the academic work you do for your course assignments related to those competencies?
How might you use your personal ethics, your My Career Plan competencies and reasoning aptitude results to guide your academic journey as you work through your program?
Submit your plan as an MSWord document to your facilitator by clicking on the Grading tab. In addition, submit as a separate Plagiarism Checked document: (Library>CWE: Submit and Review a Paper for Plagiarism ) download and save as html

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 4 Personal Ethics Statement updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 4 Personal Ethics Statement updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 4 Personal Ethics Statement updated
Access My Career Plan in Phoenix Career Services by clicking the Careers tab in the classroom header.

Complete the Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preferences.(Note. This activity is only available after you have completed the Career Interest Profiler and the Competencies activity.)

Reflect on your Ethical Lens Inventory results (ELI) from Week One.

Write a 150- to 450-word summary in which you address the following:

Do you agree with the results of your Work Culture Preferences activity? Does it match with what you considered your ideal work culture?
Do you think there is a relationship between effective study habits and techniques and being successful in those work cultures? Explain your answers.

What was your ethical perspective as identified by the ELI, including your blind spot, strengths, weaknesses, and values?
How do personal ethics play a role in academics? How might they play a role in the workplace?
What connection is there to your ethical perspective and your ideal work culture?

Submit your written response as an MSWord document to your facilitator by clicking on the Grading tab. In addition, submit as a separate Plagiarism Checked document: (Library>CWE: Submit and Review a Paper for Plagiarism ) download and save as html

Once you have submitted the Microsoft® Word document as an attachment to the Assignments link, copy/paste the response in the body of a updated message (do not submit as an attachment). Read and comment on others’ posts.

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 4 Critical Thinking updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 4 Critical Thinking updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 4 Critical Thinking updated
GEN 195 Week 4 Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking Worksheet

Chose one of the following scenarios:

You are a member of a group working on a class project. The group members are enthusiastic about the project and arrange a meeting time to begin planning. You forget to mark your calendar and miss the meeting. The group posts a summary of the meeting with assignments and deadlines for the project.

You apologize to the group and agree to complete the topic research for the project. You realize you have a paper due in another course on the same day that your research is due, and you concentrate most of your time on your individual assignment. The paper takes longer than you thought, and you are unable to conduct research for the group project by the deadline.

You feel bad about this and do not respond to inquiries from group members. You post a message to the group explaining you are having computer problems. The group expresses their empathy and proceeds without you, completing and submitting the project with your name included.
A position opens in your department at work. You recommend to a coworker and friend in another department that she should apply. You previously consulted with this person on small projects, and she appears knowledgeable and responsible. In fact, you became friends through these work contacts.

Your friend appreciates your recommendation and arranges a meeting to ask you more details about the work done by your department. The meeting is productive, and your friend takes notes to help with the application process.

Your friend stops by your desk a few days later to thank you for your help, because the application was long and detailed. She confides that some of the information she included on the application is not entirely accurate. Some of her work experience did not match the job requirements and needed to be reworded for a better fit. Your friend thanks you again and says, “I hope we’ll be working together soon!”
Part A: Write five questions you need to ask yourself to help you think through the situation and determine a course of action.

Part B: Questioning yourself, as you did in the exercise above, is a form of critical thinking. This can, in turn, help you understand more about how you work. Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

What were your aptitude results?

Describe your capacity to resolve complex situations and solve problems based on your results.

What are you strengths and weaknesses in the area of reasoning and critical thinking?

How will understanding this help you in both your academic life and workplace?

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 3 Reading Strategies updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 3 Reading Strategies updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 3 Reading Strategies updated
Reading Strategies Worksheet

Identify two reading goals, one short-term and one long-term.

Long-term reading goal:
Short-term reading goal:

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

How do you currently approach the weekly readings in the course?
How might you incorporate three of the suggestions covered this week into your study time?
How might this plan help you accomplish your reading goals?

 

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 3 Personal Plan Outline and Introductory Paragraph updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 3 Personal Plan Outline and Introductory Paragraph updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 3 Personal Plan Outline and Introductory Paragraph updated
GEN 195 Week 3 Personal Plan Outline and Introductory Paragraph

Outline and Introductory Paragraph Worksheet

Create an outline and introductory paragraph in preparation for writing a complete Personal Plan due in Week Five.

Use the following information to assist you with the content of your outline and introductory paragraph:

Ethical Lens Inventory results
Career Interests Profiler results
Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies results
Your SMART goals, including those identified in the University of Phoenix Material: Goal Setting

Use the following to assist you with the writing of your outline:

Sample Outline in the CWE
MyFoundationsLab: The Writing Process
MyFoundationsLab: Prewriting

Outline:

Introduction

Topic
Subtopic
Subtopic
Topic
Subtopic
Subtopic

Use the following to assist you with the writing of your introductory paragraph:

MyFoundationsLab: Developing and Organizing a Paragraph
MyFoundationsLab: The Topic Sentence
MyFoundationsLab: Recognizing a Paragraph

 

 

UOP GEN 195 WEEK 2 SMART GOALS updated

UOP GEN 195 WEEK 2 SMART GOALS updated 

 

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GEN 195 Week 2 Smart Goals updated

SMART Goals

 

Part A: Reflect on your results from the Career Interest Profiler Activity and the Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies. Building on your strengths and weaknesses, create five SMART goals to help you with your personal academic and career journey.

 

Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Goal Setting

 

Example: Take a writing workshop in the next 2 to 3 weeks to help me improve my writing skills in order to successfully communicate with others.

 

Part B: Evaluate your SMART goals according to the SMART criteria. Provide support for your evaluation.

 

Goal SIs the goal specific? MIs the goal measurable? AIs the goal attainable? RIs the goal realistic? TIs the goal timely?

Example: Take a writing workshop in the next 2 to 3 weeks to help me improve my writing skills in order to successfully communicate with others.

 

Yes

I will take a workshop to improve my writing skills.

 

Yes

I will measure my goal by whether I complete the workshop.

 

Yes

Writing workshops are offered on a weekly basis by University of Phoenix.

 

Yes

I would have extra time to take the workshop.

 

Yes

Two to three weeks is enough time to complete a writing workshop.

 

Goal 1:

 

Goal 2:

 

Goal 3:

 

Goal 4:

 

Goal 5:

 

Part C: Answer the following questions in complete sentences.

 

How is understanding your career interests and competencies helpful in creating SMART goals?

How can understanding the value of SMART goals help in achieving your personal academic and career goals?

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 2 Ethical Actions updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 2 Ethical Actions updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 2 Ethical Actions updated
Ethical Actions Worksheet

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

Was there anything in either the University of Phoenix Student Code of Conduct or the Student Code of Academic Integrity that surprised you? If so, what was it? Why were you surprised? If not, why not?
What did you learn about the behaviors considered important for an ethical learner or student in the University of Phoenix learning community?

Why are the Student Code of Conduct and Student Code of Academic Integrity important to you and the University of Phoenix learning community?

 

UOP GEN 195 Week 2 Collaboration updated

UOP GEN 195 Week 2 Collaboration updated

 

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GEN 195 Week 2 Collaboration updated

Collaboration WorksheetWrite a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

What are the advantages of having diversity in a collaborative learning environment?
How might factors such as diversity, attitude, learning, and work styles affect collaboration?
How does personal responsibility influence the work and success of a group?