relection paper 2-3 paragraphs or slides


Question Description

For this assignment, reflect on what you consider to be some of the most

significant developments covered in this theme (for example,

discoveries, changes in thinking, or research advances), and address the


  • Identify the developments and how they impact individuals or larger groups/cultures.
  • Describe how the developments changed society's understanding. How is the development applicable outside of the social sciences?

This assignment can be completed through a "micro-presentation" format

(1 to 2 slides) or a short-answer response (1 to 2 paragraphs).


note that this assignment is an opportunity for you to practice

elements of the last project, due in the next theme. In that last

project, you will complete either a presentation or a short paper. When

choosing your format for this assignment, consider what you will do for

the last project. Then choose one of the two options below:

  • If you are choosing to submit your final reflection as a presentation: Complete the micro-presentation for this assignment (a presentation with 1 to 2 slides and accompanying notes). You may use a presentation platform of your choice (Microsoft PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.) to complete this assignment. To learn more about obtaining Microsoft 365 and creating PowerPoint or Prezi presentations, view the Supporting Resources document.
  • If you are choosing to submit your final reflection as a short paper: Complete the short answer response for this assignment (a written response of 1 to 2 paragraphs). Both assignments will be graded using the same criteria.

To complete this assignment, review the Learning Block 6-3 Reflection Rubric document.

Tutor Answer

School: Carnegie Mellon University

Hi, kindly find attached

Running Head: REFLECTION


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Many people say that change is the only things that never, and that change is inevitable.
The themes explored in the course impact the society and the individuals in different ways. Some
of the themes discussed include discoveries and changes in thinking, among others. Changes in
thinking affect the individual in that they can ...

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