read all of the requirements before you start and organize your thoughts. cover

read all of the requirements before you start and organize your thoughts.
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read all of the requirements before you start and organize your thoughts.
cover all aspects of the topic(s) and address all questions or concerns (use headings to help separate your ideas).
use the grading rubric to guide your work.
use peer-reviewed journal articles to support your stances.
use APA style (7th ed.).
do not plagiarize the work of others (intentionally or unintentionally).
proofread your writing for spelling, grammatical, and other errors.
Keep the above guidelines in mind when responding to your peers. When responding to peers, you can 
agree with the peer, and then summarize what the peer said in your own words.
develop a critical thinking question that requires further discussion, elaboration, or refinement.
answer a question the peer posed to the group.
enhance the discussion and provide additional evidence.
take the discussion to another level or introduce a counterpoint.
disagree (tactfully) by providing specific scholarly evidence.
synthesize two or more previous posts, providing new insight to the topic or concept.
acknowledge how the evidence provided caused you to rethink a position you previously held, or to become more strongly committed to your position