A Note about Earning Full Credit on Discussions:When you participate in Discussions, remember that your responses must be ‘Substantive’ to be awarded full credit. A quality substantive response will meet several criteria in order to be considered for full credit. The criteria includes length, content, relevance, and proper grammar and punctuation. Your responses should add new information to the conversation (we don’t want to be reading the same thing over and over), use class vocabulary, use proper APA format, clearly cite the source of information that you use, be free of major grammatical errors, and be coherent (easily and quickly understood and without contradictions). Substantive responses should not be based solely on opinion, but should reflect the content of the reading assignment for the current lesson. It is also appropriate to include personal experience/examples and/or information from outside sources that support the content from the assigned reading. A substantive post to an online discussion forum will be more than one or two sentences, contain new information, or ask questions that will further the discussion. Short statements like “I agree” or “good work” are not considered to be substantive and will not receive full credit.
By Day 1 of Week Two, your instructor will assign each student to a group for this discussion. You will address the topic for your assigned group as outlined in the table below. Your initial post should be a minimum of 250 to 300 words. In addition to the textbook, utilize a minimum of two scholarly sources to support your post. Cite and reference your sources in APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
Topic #2 Theorist and ScientistsHere is my research the following scientists:Robert Hooke’s major contribution to the sciences wasHooke advanced our understanding of anatomy and physiology by Theodor Schwann’s major contribution to the sciences wasSchwann advanced our understanding of anatomy and physiology by Matthias Schleiden’s major contribution to the sciences wasSchleiden advanced our understanding of anatomy and physiology by Rudolf Virchow’s major contribution to the sciences wasVirchow advanced our understanding of anatomy and physiology by References:
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