Assignment: The Purpose and Problem Statements
Stephen King, who has written more than 50 novelsand other books that have sold hundreds of millions of copiesalso wrote about how he writes. In his book,On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, King explains that his iterative approach to , putting it aside, writing something else, and then returning to the first draft.
While it is unlikely you will adopt Stephen Kings ritual for draft versions, recognize that writing drafts are an essential part of the process. This weeks writing assignment allows you to present an improved and and an .
For this revision of your purpose and problem statements, apply what you have learned from the feedback you have received, as well as the information you have learned from the required readings, web resources, and media.
By Day 7
Submit your draft.
As in previous drafts, your paper should include the following:
Titlerefining the problem statement and purpose statement
A basic introduction or background statement
One or two specific and precise sentences that clearly state the problem
A few paragraphs that synthesize the evidence from research literature that this is a current, meaningful problem in the educational discipline
Substantiated statements using evidence from researchNote:Every statement must be substantiated by evidence from your research.
One or two sentences that explain the purpose of your studyNote:Connect the problem being addressed to the focus of your study.
Demonstration of a logical flow from the preliminary problem to this (narrower) tentative purpose in your study
Explanation of what aspect of the problem your study address (In other words, what will it accomplish?)
Find and review three scholarly sources to support your purpose.
Your newest draft of your paper should be in APA style and follow the guidelines provided in the document, APA Course Paper Template with Advice (7th ed.) found in the Learning Resources.
Single, P. B. (2010).: A streamlined process from choice of topic to final text. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Chapter 4, Citeable Notes
Section 4.1, and Building Your Literature Review (pp. 8185)
Thomas, G. (2017).How to do your research project: A guide for students(3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Chapter 1, Your Introduction: Starting Points
Purposes of Research (pp. 67)
Chapter 3, The Literature Review (pp. 57-67)
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