This essay focuses on research or statistics on slides.Slide 1 would identify the argument that mindfulness practice is the most effective strategy for caring for an ailing loved one
Please note, you are not confine to research or statistics on slides 3 and 4. You will likely continue to employ more throughout if it helps to strengthen your argument. Slide 1 would identify the argument that mindfulness practice is the most effective strategy for caring for an ailing love one. Your argument would be polish with an obvious premise and conclusion and present. In either in deductive or inductive form, and properly label in the notes section.
Slide 2 would identify something about how research backs this approach more than others, such as therapy or hire help. Slide 3 would identify research that supports your argument. For example, in your text, it notes. “One of the recent breakthroughs in neuroscience is the discovery that the brains of Buddhist monks who meditate regularly. Practice that involves being mindful, open, and attentive to what is going on in the present moment—are neurally much more active and more resilient. In neuroplasticity than are the brains of people who do not meditate. Many large corporations, including some Fortune 500 companies. They are encouraging their executives to take meditation breaks on the job. Since it has been found to improve their performance..
Slide 4 would present some scientifically support poll about how mindfulness is effective or what population successfully uses it, etc. Slide 5 identifies at least three skill practices of a critical thinker. For example, you might have chosen: open-mind, attentive, and creative and you will link the practice of mindfulness to these qualities. Slide 6 might identify the following three barriers to critical thinking: avoidance, anger, and denial, and then identify how mindfulness most effectively combats those behaviors. Slide 7 might address the role of compassion and empathy, and how mindfulness helps to cultivate that. (Again, one can draw upon scientific research here and the neurological changes in the brain of a regular practitioner of mindfulness).