Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy question and need an explanation and
Learning Goal: I'm working on a philosophy question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.ou are going to create a short PowerPoint presentation. You have two choices of a topic:1. Choose the career that you are in or the degree that you are pursuing: “Critical Thinking in ....” (Nursing, Special Education, IT, etc.)2. Choose a particular topic or field of interest: “Critical Thinking in .... ” (Parenting, Art, Social Justice, etc.)Remember that a key part of presentations are visuals. So please make sure that each slide has at least one visual. Since this is about your life, consider pictures of yourself or from your own experiences that would fit the topic of each slide. If that is not possible, find other images that would fit the slide content. Remember to create a citation on the last slide for any images you use from the Internet.Follow the format below to complete your presentation, which should be 9 slides:SLIDE 1 – Introduction slideInclude your name and your topic and why you selected this topicSLIDES 2 and 3 – Characteristics of a Good Critical ThinkerSelect two characteristics of a good critical thinker. (Look back at your notes from Week 1). Placing one trait on each slide, discuss why you believe each to be essential to your topic.For example: For the topic of “Critical Thinking in Art," you might choose "creative problem solving" and then provide a personal example or some other source to show your point: "In preparation for, sculptor Richard Serra’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, the museum faced some major technical challenges. His sculptures were too large, heavy, and complex to install in the museum in a traditional manner, instead, museum staff developed a plan with a team of contractors and architects to remove the entire face of the building and place the large metal forms with cranes. This team used creative problem solving when faced with a challenge."SLIDES 4 and 5 – Barriers and Resistances to Good Critical ThinkingSelect two barriers/resistances to good critical thinking. (Look back at your notes from Week 1). Placing one barrier on each slide, explain why each is most problematic for you or are typically problematic in your field.For example: For the topic of “Critical Thinking in Art,” the barrier "fear of challenge" might be particularly difficult for an artist to overcome. Provide not only an explanation of WHY this barrier/resistance is essential to overcome in your field, but also a specific example in your topic to illustrate your point.SLIDE 6 – Informal FallaciesDiscuss a way in which a particular informal fallacy often shows up when people think or experience your topic. (Look back at your notes from Weeks 4 and 5). Describe how that fallacy is often associated with your topc.For example: For the topic of "Critical Thinking in Art," the fallacy "hasty generalization" may be discussed in relation to the typical portrayal of a "starving artist," which stereotypes all artists as in need of help, support, and funding.SLIDES 7 and 8 – Media and Advertising ConnectionsPlace an image or video link or other media and/or advertising resource on Slide 7 that relates to your topic. On slide 8, evaluate how that image portrays your topic and the people related to your topic. Use the "Questions to Consider in Evaluating Advertisements" from this week's material to guide your analysis.SLIDE 9 ResourcesCorrectly cite all images and works used in proper APA format.NOTE: If needed, you can create more slides if your pictures or content requires it. It is preferred to have fewer words on each slide than full, bulky paragraphs. So if you have to divide the material onto multiple slides, please do so. Just make sure that you present the material in Requirements: 09

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