For this writing assignment you are to use
“Diagnosis of Early Lyme Disease by
Polymerase Chain Reaction Amplification and Culture of Skin Biopsies from
Erythema Migrans Lesions”
I. (1992). Diagnosis of early Lyme disease by polymerase chain reaction
amplification and culture of skin biopsies from erythema migrans lesions. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 30(12), 3082.
This will be the topic of a brief presentation.
The scenario is as follows:
You have been asked by the local elementary school’s Boy/Girl Scout Troop to
give a presentation at their next meeting. They are going on an outing and
would like to be educated on the infectious diseases that they might encounter
in the area they are traveling. There will be approximately twelve adolescents
(ages are from 10 – 12) and two adults in the audience.
Your presentation outline/script can be in bullet or numeric
hierarchical format double-spaced in Times New Roman, 12 point font and free of
spelling and grammatical errors.
The assignment should be at least 600 words with at least four major headings
for the topics you will be discussing. Under each major heading, you should have subheadings outlining
the information you plan on presenting.
should start by greeting the audience and introducing yourself
some background information about the disease in a way the children can
the source of the infectious diseases and define key terms
precautions that can be taken to avoid contracting the disease
the risk to individuals and the modes of transmission
three reputable resources that individuals can use to find more
sure your talk can be understood by a younger audience
Your assignment should be 600 words minimum and no
more than 1500
Correct APA format: Example
Carpi, A., Egger, A., Kuldell, N. (2008). Scientific
Communication: Understanding Scientific Journals and Articles. Visionlearning. httpss://www.visionlearning.com/library/module_viewer.php?mid=158
Wikipedia is not an acceptable
web site, because it is not peer reviewed. You can however, use
Wikipedia to find other sites that are peer reviewed.