PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ACCEPTING ASSIGNMENT AS AN MP4 FILE OR WORKING LINK IS REQUIRED! 1. Lamanna, M. A., Riedmann, A., & Stewart, S. (2021). Marriages, Families, and Relationships: Making Choices in a Diverse Society (14th ed.). Boston: MA: Cengage Learning. Parenthood and Children Presentation Students will examine and present on the topic of parenthood and raising children utilizing the textbook and two additional peer reviewed scholarly sources. When searching for peer reviewed journal articles, please use Annie Gabriel's "One Search" function to get access to the databases that CBU has subscribed to. Simply login via your usual CBU login information. Address each question: 1. What factors need to be considered when deciding whether to parent or not? 2. How have the trends in parenthood changed (e.g. conception, age at having a child, remaining child free, etc)? 3. What are some advantages to parenting in the 21st century? 4. What are some challenges to parenting in the 21st century? Presentations can be in the following formats: screencast-o-matic, Voice Thread, Kaltura, Prezi (note prezi voice is not free), or uploaded to YouTube. Power point files are discouraged although you are welcome to start with Power Point to create your slides and use Screencast or Kaltura to record over the slides and add audio. The presentation will need to be an MP4 (video) file or a working link to where the video is housed (e.g. YouTube or Screencast). Presentations must be narrated and include both text and images, charts, or other visual guides. Note: Students are not to record themselves speaking directly to the camera (e.g. vlog style). Rather students are to develop a professional multimedia presentation. The presentation should be 8-10 minutes in length. Citations and references must also be included in the presentation and formatted in APA style. When submitting the assignment please provide a working link to the presentation in the submission area. PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ACCEPTING ASSIGNMENT AS AN MP4 FILE OR WORKING LINK IS REQUIRED!