IDENTIFYING AND BREAKING EATING HABITS

SOC221: WHY WE OVEREAT: PERSPECTIVES ON NUTRITION JUN2020 30070415 [8wk]AssignmentsM2.4 Identifying and Breaking Eating Habits M2.4 Identifying and Breaking Eating Habits Introduction to the Activity This Evaluate writing assignment addresses Course Outcomes 2, 4, and 5 (and Module Outcome 2). You have read?and?viewed the assigned materials which discuss not only?how we develop eating habits,?but?also?how we can break unwanted habits. You learned that eating habits are both personal and social in nature and are affected by a variety of factors including gender, income, and culture. This assignment provides an opportunity to use the information from the?Food Journal to identify your own eating habits. You?can also?begin to?put yourself in the role of a?Human?Services professional?who is assessing?a client?trying to?break a bad eating habit. Be sure to support your work with the learning materials provided, examples from your?Food Journal,?and any additional references?that you would like to include. Please see the Readings and Materials page for review. Instructions to Learners For the past two?weeks, you have been keeping a Food Journal. Based on the entries in the?Food?Journal, discuss?and evaluate the?eating habits you identified.?? Identify?some of?your key eating habits.??Did you?know you had them prior to the Food Journal??? Is?there any?one?eating?habit you identified?that you?would like to break??? Using the four steps to break an eating habit,?as outlined by the Mayo Clinic, (Links to an external site.) which step would you use to break the habit??? Your essay will be evaluated in terms of how thoroughly you:? answer the questions above; use resources to document your main points, and properly cite referenced work.? Your essay should address all of the questions above and should consist of at least?250?words of text (at least?1?page of double-spaced and?12 point?font of text).?Use in-text citations and a reference list that will make up an additional page.?Be sure to include specific examples from the?Food?Journal and references from this week’s readings.?? To successfully complete?M2.4 Evaluate, you will need to organize your responses to the questions and then craft a formatted essay that includes each of the following:? A title page. A well-developed introductory paragraph explaining the purpose of the essay and briefly referencing some of the main points/contentions offered in the essay.? The body of the essay should consist of your effort to best answer the primary questions from the assignment prompt and should consist of at least?250 words of text (at least?1?page of double-spaced and?12 point?font of text).? Though the method by which this is done is largely up to you, it is essential that the responses to the questions in the prompt be based upon scholarly readings and?should remain at all times?defensible (in an academic sense).? You have a great deal of information to draw from in creating your essay, including the assigned readings and?hyperlinked sources in the Module Notes.??As is the?case with every assignment in SOC221, presenting any unsubstantiated, illogical, or indefensible position will have an adverse effect on the final grade. ?Please direct any questions regarding these expectations to the instructor. A concise concluding paragraph that briefly restates both the purpose of the essay as well as some of the primary arguments offered by you, the essay’s author.? Be sure the concluding paragraph does not introduce new information. A list of all sources consulted the preparation of the essay.? The essay should be formatted according to?APA-style documentation.? (Links to an external site.)?This includes the format of the list of references.? M2.4 Evaluate is due at the end of Module 2 by Sunday at 11:59 PM EST. This course fully integrates Turnitin. Be sure to view the Turnitin instructions before submitting. Submission Compose your work using a word processor (or other software as appropriate) and save it frequently to your computer. Be sure to check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors before you upload it. When you are ready to submit your work, click “Browse My Computer” and find your file. Once you have located your file, click “Open” and, if successful, the file name will appear under the Attached files heading. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Submit.”?? Evaluation M2.4 Evaluate is worth 7% of your overall course grade and will be assessed by the SLA Writing RubricPreview the document. Review this rubric carefully so that you understand how you will be graded. References

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