Part 1: Discussion
For our final thread please
share the blog topic
that you explored in the
assignment from last week. Be sure to share the question(s) you’re exploring and the material you are presenting.
Consider your audience—who are you writing for and what are you wanting them to learn?
- Your initial post (approximately 200-250 words) should address each question in the discussion directions and is due by 11:59 PM Central Time on Wednesday.
Part 2: Final Paper
Last week you reviewed the financial concepts you learned in this course and decided on a topic that is interesting to you. Now you’re going to have the opportunity to write a blog post on a topic that interests you. Remember that this topic must be relevant to the material that we’ve learned in the course and should include
you’ve learned in the course.
Here are a few guidelines while writing your blog post:
- Your blog post should be at least 1000 words. Ideally your post should not exceed 1500 words; otherwise, you may lose the interest of your readers.
- Your blog post should have a hook—it should have a first line that immediately interests the reader and engages them in your content.
- You must submit your post as a .doc or .pdf document. No other formats are accepted.
- You should reference at least two references in your post. You should pull your references from authoritative sources: educational institutions, organizations, editorials, or research articles.
- Your post must include in-text citations in APA format and have a reference page at the end of the post.
- Your blog post should be written in multiple paragraphs. Each paragraph should have its own main idea.
Please review your preparation worksheet from week 9
(File attached below)
and read your instructor feedback.
- It is encouraged for you to participate frequently in the discussion posts to get feedback from your peers on your topic.
- Be sure to cite at least 2 sources, using proper APA formatting and in-text citation.
- Your paper must follow APA formatting and be submitted as either a .doc file or .pdf file
- Only .doc or .pdf submissions will be accepted (.pages is not accepted)