Eating Disorders In The US With Parents Being Target Audience Presentation

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Part IV - Town Hall Presentation (due) - 100 points Create a community outreach meeting/presentation to a target audience of your choice advocating for change related to your advocacy SMART goal. Select a target audience for you presentation (school board, parents, community, teachers, state leaders, etc...). In this presentation you will be sharing your SMART goal, presenting your research and resources, and advocating for change in your community or school by developing a plan to meet your goals. You may use Powerpoint, Google Slides, or Prezi. Review the Toolkits below to help you develop your meeting and agenda Grassroots Toolkit- Read page 14-17, "Organizing your Community” (Ch. 8) • Equity Education Toolkit- Pages 12-15, “Tips for Creating Effective Media-Friendly Events," “Communications Planning Worksheet,” and “Sample Meeting Agenda” Youth Activists Toolkit- Pages 13-27, “Building Power” and “Using Power" Your presentation must include: 1. Title Slide with target audience identified 2. Agenda for Town Hall Meeting 3. Your SMART Goal 4. You must share how this problem relates to a) cognitive b) physical, c) social, and d) emotional development of a child (3 slides) 5. Include at least 3 in-text citations to support your advocacy goal (from Part II) 6. Share important laws, resources, research, data, statistics related to your problem Your presentation must include: 1. Title Slide with target audience identified 2. Agenda for Town Hall Meeting 3. Your SMART Goal 4. You must share how this problem relates to a) cognitive b) physical, c) social, and d) emotional development of a child (3 slides) 5. Include at least 3 in-text citations to support your advocacy goal (from Part II) 6. Share important laws, resources, research, data, statistics related to your problem 7. Include a short video to share with stakeholders to importance of this issue 8. Identify your plan for change and what you are asking from your audience and policymakers. New laws, policies, regulations, etc. 9. Identify next steps as you advocate for change 10. Contact information for you and policymakers encouraging others to join you in your mission 11. References on last slide 12. If possible, create a voicethread/voiceover for your presentation. 13. A minimum of 12 total slides for this presentation Your Presentation must be in APA format. Review this tutorial to help you. http://libraryguides.bennett.edu/home/library-tutorials/apa-style-presentations Be prepared to share and to reflect on your presentation and your group members' presentations in the Lesson 7 discussion board.
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Eating Disorders in the United
States with Parents being target
Audience
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Agenda for Town Hall Meeting



The agenda:


Setting goals to curve eating disorders in the US.



Audience to be targeted were patents.



The message was to improve dietary management and
manage eating disorders.



Engagement was through awareness programs and
allowing questions and provision of answers.

SMART GOALS



Being Specific when choosing diet and avoiding junk food

(Levine& Piran, 2014).


Being Measurable by recording all meals consumed.



Ensuring needed vegetables are Attainable in every meal
(Harrison, Tchanturia, Naumann & Treasure, 2011).



Rewarding the body with a balanced diet containing
vegetables, proteins and carbohydrates (Marx &

How Eating Disorders affect Child’s Cognitive
Development


A Child’s ability to learn is undermined by eating disorders.



Eating disorders impairs a child’s behavior and lower ability
to acquire new information (Harrison, Tchanturia, Naumann
& Treasure, 2011).



Make a child less active and develops withdrawal
symptoms.



Eating disorders cause fatigue to a child.

How Eating Disorders affect Physical development
of a child


Eating disorders slows growth rate of a child.



Eating disorders results in a child's weight loss (Williams,
2012).



Also, eating disorder impairs child’s bowel movements.



It reduce food portions consumed by a child.

How Eating Disorders Impairs Child’s Social
Development


Eating disorders cause increased teasing in children.



Eating disorders makes a child inactive.



Depression intensifies in a child due to eating disorders

(Stark, 2011).


Regular bullying to the surrounding object is another effect
of eating disorder to a child.

How eating disorders affect emotional developmen...


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