ADD or ADHD Essay Week 9
Write a 750-1,000 word review of a website about ADD or ADHD. You will write this review for the general public, so you might target a particular publication, such as a student or local newspaper or one of the national magazines. This will help you anticipate what your readers already know, what they value, and what criteria they accept as a basis of evaluation. Complete the following:
Develop a set of criteria that the general public would see as acceptable for a website about diseases and disorders (like ADHD).
Describe the website you have chosen, and then explain how it does (or does not) perform the criteria you established above.
Use at least two scholarly sources outside of class texts to augment your understanding and perspective on these facts and elements. Use the GCU library for sources. Include this research in the paper in an appropriate scholarly manner.
Prepare this assignment according to the GCU guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. Use at least two scholarly sources outside of class to help you understand and see these facts and elements from a different point of view. Use the GCU library to find information. Add this research to the paper in a way that is appropriate and scholarly.
Prepare this assignment based on the GCU rules, which can be found in the Student Success Center in the GCU Style Guide.
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