Microbiology- Ebola disease

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. The annotated bibliography should properly cite (APA format) at least five references pertaining to your disease causing microorganism that you will be using in your paper and possibly presentation. Describe in detail which topic and what information in your paper (and presentation) the information covers.  No first person narrative.

 2. The outline should include a brief summar (2-4 sentences) for each of the topics about your pathogen that you are required to cover - refer to the paper/presentation instructions - in the order that you will cover them in your pape

1. Put entries (citations) in alphabetical order and in bold typed font. 2. Double space, no need to create extra space between new entries 3. No title page required. Put last name and page number in either the header or footer. 4. Include the following information for each reference. 5. Only references submitted may be used for the essay and presentation. Citation (APA 7 format with indentations after first line) Summary or annotation of the article, book, or website. One paragraph with no more than 200 words. Evaluation or credibility of source

Presentation Detailed Outline Template:

Topic/Title

I. Introduction

a. Capture the audience (use a quote, personal experience -brief,

b. Importance of the disease causing microorganism (thesis)

c. Quickly cover main points/topics of presentation (preview)

II. Body

a. First main point

i. Supporting information

ii. Supporting information

iii. Supporting information and/or images

b. Second main point

i. Supporting information

ii. Supporting information

iii. Supporting information and/or images

c. Third main point

i. Supporting information

ii. Supporting information

iii. Supporting information and/or images

d. More main points if needed

III. Conclusion

a. Make audience aware that main part of presentation is over

b. Emphasize main points from presentation

c. End presentation with memorable closing

IV. References