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is an interview, but we can make things up. he will never know. the career I ch

is an interview, but we can make things up. he will never know. the career I chose is surgical tech that’s what I’m doing.

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Topic: Teaching Effective Presentation Skills Instructions: This project re

Topic: Teaching Effective Presentation Skills
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Instructions: This project requires you to develop a PowerPoint slide presentation for use as a training tool with managers and supervisors on how to prepare an effective presentation. The presentation should briefly outline (i.e., no more than 2-3 slides) how to start a presentation (that is attention-getting steps) an overview for the audience. You should focus the majority of your presentation (i.e., 8-10 slides) on what makes an effective presentation. Factors to consider in all forms of communication–Who is your audience? What is your message? Are you trying to persuade? Inform? The Week 5, Lesson 1 has a lot of great information to get you started, as well as the Forum in Week 4 (the Guy Kawasaki TED Talk).
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Here are some guidelines to get started: You are going to brief a small group of newly graduated APUS Business Students on how to present an effective presentation. Your audience ages are anywhere from 20-60 years of age, with various business backgrounds, military experience, and even some small business owners.
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There should be an introduction slide, a topic overview slide, 8-10 slides on presentation techniques, a conclusion slide and lastly a reference slide. Use the “notes” feature of PowerPoint to list your talking points on each slide for me to read what you would actually be saying.
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Ethical nearsightedness is the inability to recognize and think about ethical is

Ethical nearsightedness is the inability to recognize and think about ethical issues. It is, also, referred to as moral myopia. An inability to see the dilemma in an ethical situation. It is often caused by the perceptual habit of looking at issues only from your personal viewpoint. Developing your moral imagination can help overcome ethical nearsightedness. For the midterm paper you will reflect upon the strengths and weaknesses of your ethical communication. You will describe your moral development as it relates to your ethical communication habits. The midterm will include the following sections:
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Introduction: Includes an overview of the paper and a thesis statement that explains the major premise and analysis plan for the paper.
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Ethical nearsightedness: Explain your thoughts on your personal ethical nearsightedness (or moral myopia). Discuss a situation where you communicated unethically due to moral myopia or were the victim of someone being ethical nearsighted.
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Moral Development: Describe your moral development related to ethical communication using the information in chapter two of the course text. Explain what influences your moral development. This can be your faith, theories and other concepts learned in the course.
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Ethical Communication Strengths and Weaknesses: Explain, compare and contrast your ethical communication strengths and weaknesses. Discuss how these strengths and weaknesses relate to your ethical nearsightedness and how you work to overcome them.
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Tentativeness: Discuss how you will use all the sections above to be more tentative to your ethical communication. If you do not think you need to be more tentative to your ethical communication, explain how you will plan to continue ethical communication in your life. Use course concepts and theories (ex: Kant’s Categorical Imperative, relativism, etc) to support your plan for ethical tentativeness in the future.
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Conclusion: Summarize the paper and close the essay. Make sure to restate your thesis.

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The youth league basketball season is half over. Joel wishes it were finished. F

The youth league basketball season is half over. Joel wishes it were finished. For the past four years, he has been an assistant coach for his son’s team and coordinates referees. His son’s team has a new head coach, Mick. He had a reputation for being a passionate coach who won tournaments.
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Joel does not think that Mick is a good role model of sportsmanship, playing your best even after a loss or “bad” call by a referee. Mick does not accept “bad” calls. Every game he argues with referees until receiving a technical foul. Sometimes referees throw Mick out of the game. Some parents think this shows Mick cares. Other parents told Joel that Mick’s behavior is unsportsmanlike. This is not what they want their sons to learn from basketball. These parents have asked Joel to talk to Mick. Joel said he would think about it.
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What should Joel do?

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Ethical nearsightedness is the inability to recognize and think about ethical is

Ethical nearsightedness is the inability to recognize and think about ethical issues. It is, also, referred to as moral myopia. An inability to see the dilemma in an ethical situation. It is often caused by the perceptual habit of looking at issues only from your personal viewpoint. Developing your moral imagination can help overcome ethical nearsightedness. For the midterm paper you will reflect upon the strengths and weaknesses of your ethical communication. You will describe your moral development as it relates to your ethical communication habits. The midterm will include the following sections:
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Introduction: Includes an overview of the paper and a thesis statement that explains the major premise and analysis plan for the paper.
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Ethical nearsightedness: Explain your thoughts on your personal ethical nearsightedness (or moral myopia). Discuss a situation where you communicated unethically due to moral myopia or were the victim of someone being ethical nearsighted.
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Moral Development: Describe your moral development related to ethical communication using the information in chapter two of the course text. Explain what influences your moral development. This can be your faith, theories and other concepts learned in the course.
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Ethical Communication Strengths and Weaknesses: Explain, compare and contrast your ethical communication strengths and weaknesses. Discuss how these strengths and weaknesses relate to your ethical nearsightedness and how you work to overcome them.
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Tentativeness: Discuss how you will use all the sections above to be more tentative to your ethical communication. If you do not think you need to be more tentative to your ethical communication, explain how you will plan to continue ethical communication in your life. Use course concepts and theories (ex: Kant’s Categorical Imperative, relativism, etc) to support your plan for ethical tentativeness in the future.
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Conclusion: Summarize the paper and close the essay. Make sure to restate your thesis.

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The youth league basketball season is half over. Joel wishes it were finished. F

The youth league basketball season is half over. Joel wishes it were finished. For the past four years, he has been an assistant coach for his son’s team and coordinates referees. His son’s team has a new head coach, Mick. He had a reputation for being a passionate coach who won tournaments.
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Joel does not think that Mick is a good role model of sportsmanship, playing your best even after a loss or “bad” call by a referee. Mick does not accept “bad” calls. Every game he argues with referees until receiving a technical foul. Sometimes referees throw Mick out of the game. Some parents think this shows Mick cares. Other parents told Joel that Mick’s behavior is unsportsmanlike. This is not what they want their sons to learn from basketball. These parents have asked Joel to talk to Mick. Joel said he would think about it.
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What should Joel do?

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write a theory explication furthers a scholarly understanding of a theory by exp

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write a theory explication furthers a scholarly understanding of a theory by exp

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history of the theory (where it came from), the major tenets (parts) of the theory, how the
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theory has changed over the course of time (if applicable), applications of the theory to the real
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world, important research that has stemmed from this theory, and where the theory is headed
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for the future.
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analysis, conclusion, references)
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o Use at least 8 to 10 credible sources. I cannot attach the main resource, so please send me your email so i can send it. I also attached an example of the paper and the rubric for it.

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<br />Speaking or Keeping Silent—Closing a Restaurant Sales at the Boardroom BBQ had slowed for several months. Last year, this was the most profitable restaurant in the chain. Last week, management cut everyone’s hours. Carina thought the restaurant would soon close. Just before her shift, Carina always stops and says “Hi” to the restaurant manager, Jean. They have a good working relationship. Carina helps when Jean needs an extra hand, and Jean tries to schedule her extra hours when Carina needs cash. Jean sometimes uses Carina as a sounding board before presenting a new procedure or policy to the staff. Today, she lingered to ask a question, “Things have been really slow lately. Should I be looking for another job?” “Funny you ask me,” replied Jean. “Our last day of business will be this Saturday. Promise me you won’t tell anyone. I don’t want folks to stop showing up for work because we’re closing! Besides, headquarters directed me to not tell anyone we’re closing until our last day of business.” Carina told Jean that she would not tell anyone about the closing; after all, Jean had trusted her in the past with keeping things quiet. As she started his shift, Carina was having second thoughts. What and how should Carina communicate with her coworkers? With Jean? What and how should Jean communicate?
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<br />Case Study Instructions: Read the case study above and complete the following:
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<br />Introduction: Explain the situation. Describe and explain the dilemma in this case study.
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<br />Analyze the case study using the steps in ethical reasoning from chapter three (they are listed below and found in the chapter). Make sure to review chapter three to accurately answer the questions and make sure you fully address them in the case study.
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<br />Step One – Recognizing an ethical issue
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<br />Step Two – Get the facts about the situation
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<br />Step Three – Think about alternative ethical responses
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<br />Step Four – Evaluate alternatives from different points of view
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<br />Step Five – Act, then reflect on your decision.
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<br />In step five this is a decision you arrive at once you have analyzed the case using steps 1-4. Use course theories to support these notions (ex: Kant’s categorical imperative, utilitarianism, virtue ethics, etc).
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<br />The case study should be at least 2-3 pages (or more) and be written in complete APA format with proper cover pages, abstracts, and reference pages.
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