Author: Christine Farr


For your final project, you will devise a plan of action for addressing a health and wellness issue of your choice, and you will create a presentation to communicate your plan
For this milestone, submit a two- to three-page outline of your final project presentation. Think of it as a script with notes to help add context to the points youwill be making. It does not need to use complete sentences or paragraphs, but it should contain enough detail to allow your instructor to offer you somefeedback. Note that this outline, with revisions, can serve as your speaker notes for the final project submission.
Your outline should be based on the critical elements listed below (from the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document). Note that these are not in any particular order; they can be constructed in your presentation in any configuration.
I. Introduction: For this part of the assessment, you will examine the role of wellness in society and how it influences aspects of culture and the individual.To help guide your analysis, you will explore a topic that has been discussed in this course (factors that support or challenge wellness, wellness throughthe lens of different disciplines, and so on).A. Analyze how social practices have shaped our idea of wellness and how that idea of wellness has shaped social practices.B. Utilizing interdisciplinary approaches, explain how a topic discussed in this course has or has not shaped our idea of wellness.C. Analyze how the importance (or lack thereof) of wellness and health in society has been a force for social change. In other words, has anemphasis or lack of emphasis on wellness in society sparked change in the everyday behavior of individuals or societies?D. Analyze how wellness has influenced the behaviors and operations of individuals in your discipline of study or area of interest. In other words,look at the influence of wellness through the lens of your discipline.E. Utilizing interdisciplinary approaches, explain the positive and negative aspects associated with a topic that has been discussed in this course.Using relevant research or diverse perspectives, assess how emerging technologies have the potential to improve personal and societalwellness

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