NOTES FOR TUTOR- PLEASE ASK ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS! This is a group project reflection report. Group project is complete. now this is the reflection. I will attach the book used in this assignment : “Family Resource Management” this is a Family Resource Management paper. I have all of the resources already you do not need to find any. Mainly use the book “Family resource management. ” and cite all resources I have given and please just follow instructions EXACTLY!
This is the topic our group chose “Different values in young adults and how this affects their personal relationships with communication in our newer generation.” Base paper on this and Family resource management
Instructions:
Format for the Individual Report:
Prepare your report using MSWord software. APA paper template in Google Doc is a good place to start.
Use headings in APA format to separate the five topics.
All written work, such as the report’s main text, headings, and the reference list, should follow the APA 7th edition format and style. A minor problem is having extra space between paragraphs or before and after headings; this is not APA.
Include total word count at the beginning or ending of your report. The acceptable word count range is 900-1,200 words. Works shorter or longer will receive no credit for the report. You may choose to count all words on the file or limit it to the text body. If latter, acknowledge for clarification (i.e. “total words of report body = 1,200”).
Content [7]
§ The explanation about how the understanding about Family Resource Management and its link to your team’s focus has changed by engaging in Topic Tracking is clearly stated [2].
§ What you learned through the Topic Tracking activity is insightful [2].
§ The explanation about how your new understanding is different from your earlier understanding of Family Resource Management is insightful [2].
§ The explanation about the quantity of your contributions to your team’s discussions (Canvas) uses actual numbers to present your meaningful participation in the team-based learning environment. Note plural for numbers; use different numbers to quantitatively describe the magnitude of your contribution [1/2].
§ The explanation about the quality of your contributions to your team’s discussions (Canvas) is vivid and represents meaningful participation in the team-based learning environment [1/2].
Format [3]
§ The writing is at a college level with no distracting spelling and grammatical errors [1].
§ The report, including the main text, headings (required), and the reference list, follows the APA 7th edition format and style [1].
§ Include total word count [1].
§ The word count range is 900-1,200 [Required to receive a credit for this report].
Resources listed below:
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