You are to complete a 5min narrated presentation (PowerPoint or other presentati
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You are to complete a 5min narrated presentation (PowerPoint or other presentation tool) on a specific theory related to group counseling (view Chapter 4). You must discuss at least one theory with distinct theoretical positions. The presentation should be a concise synthesis of the theory, including at least three important/pivotal concepts, inconsistencies, and/or challenges. Your presentation should be APA formatted for references. See the rubric and further guidelines below (to be submitted Wednesday of Week 6):
At least 1 theory with distinct theoretical positions.
Concise syntheses of the theory
At least 3 pivotal concepts are used to develop distinct arguments from the theorists’ ideas.
Conclusion in which theorists’ axiomatic inconsistencies are demonstrated.
Defined terms: Theorists’ (not your) definitions are given for all key terms.
Logical consistency: Arguments are provided step-by-step, without logical gaps.
Clear English: Work was carefully proofread, thereby avoiding confusion.
Accurate representation of theorists’ ideas: Citations of theorists make clear why you
interpreted them as you did, thereby avoiding indefensibly misrepresenting them.
Clear and easy to understand.
Referencing a secondary source, and not developing your own interpretations.
A work listed in your bibliography is not referred to (always with author, date, and page
number) in the body of your term presentation.
Instead of incorporating cited works into logical arguments, summaries (book reports?)
of the works are given.
Risky strategies to be avoided
Asking questions, rather than answering them.
Speculating about why a theorist wrote what s/he did.
Arguing that a theorist is inconsistent or unclear on some point.
Developing your own theory (e.g., “common ground among your theorists”).
Giving your personal evaluations of a theory (e.g., its strengths and weaknesses).
Using lengthy and/or numerous quotations. (You are graded on your words only.)
Assuming that things need not be explained because your reader already knows them.
Fatal strategy: Plagiarism