two parts Critical Thinking! Instructions Description: After completing the Week 3 Full of Fallacies assignment, where we used logical fallacies to manipulate the audience in an advertisement, in Week

two parts Critical Thinking!InstructionsDescription:After completing the Week 3 Full of Fallacies assignment, where we used logical fallacies to manipulate the audience in an advertisement,in Week 5 we will do the opposite. No fallacies allowed.We’ll use well-structured arguments to persuade the audience of what we believe to be the truth using evidence from authoritative, unbiased sources as justification.Choose an issue you’d like to convince other people of and find sources that will be the foundation for theWeek 7 Infographic.Use the attachedSource Evaluation Worksheetto complete this assignment (CO1).Part I: Choose a topic.Describe the topic, concept, idea, or approach that is going to be the central idea of theWeek 7 Infographic. There is no minimum word count but please use several well thought-out sentences to make your point.Part II: Source Evaluation Worksheet- Find a minimum of three (3) sources; two (2) academic sources from the APUS library and one (1) article (quality online or newspaper article).- Annotate your list of sources, i.e. explain what you hope to get out of these readings and how it will help you argue your point.- For this assignment, do not use the website sources you used in the Week 3 Forum.- Follow the format found in theSource Evaluation Worksheet.Consider the following:- Please upload the completed Source Evaluation Worksheet and write directly into it.- Be detailed and precise when completing the worksheet.- Your annotation of your sources should be in your own words with some quotations from your source.- For grading expectations, please see theSource Evaluation rubric._____________________InstructionsDescription:Not every assignment in college needs to be a three to five page paper because in our everyday life we have to critically evaluate symbols, images, and graphics.Infographicsare used to communicate complex ideas in a visually pleasing, yet simple to understand manner. Using the topic and sources from theWeek 5 Source Evaluation, create an Infographic that communicates your argument in a visually pleasing manner (CO1 & CO2). Unlike the week 3 assignment, Full of Fallacies, this assignment will not be used to manipulate, butpersuadebased on facts and logical reasoning.When creating your infographic, please consider the following:- Use an Infographic program such asPiktochard,Visme,Easel.ly, MS Publisher,Prezi,et cetera. For many of these you will need an account for them to work properly (they will still be free).- Use copyright free images (included in the Infographic program used).- Include text to explain your argument and describe your position.- Include data to support your argument.- Include at least four sources in the Infographic.- Include References at the bottom of the Infographic.Consider the following:- Have fun with this assignment and be creative!- To help you with Infographics, please see the examples in the Week 7 Lessons.- If you need an alternative format, please contact your instructor immediately.- For grading expectations, please see theInfographic rubric.