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Context of the Problem
About the Research Proposal Paper
I need develop the first section of my Research Proposal paper for this week. Your paper will follow the standard outline of the proposal for the Directed Research Project (DRP). The DRP, a major research paper on a topic (or problem) in your discipline.
The proposal for the DRP comprises the following sections:
Context of the problem.
Statement of the problem.
Research questions.
Significance of the study.
Research design and methodology.
Organization of the study.
Tentative reference list.
I need submit one (1) of these sections every week. After each has been graded and returned, I will have an opportunity to revise it before assembling all of the sections into final paper.
Context of the Problem
“The Context of the Problem sets up the research statement with background, purpose, and perhaps some support from the literature or acceptable literature alternatives. It is here that the DRP problem or issue is discussed and gives a transitory explanation of what the completed research work-product will most likely contain.” DRP Manuscript Guidebook
This is the first section of my Research Proposal paper. I need  one to two (1-2) page description of the problem, following these criteria:
Describe the history of the problem and why it is a problem.
Identify where and for whom it is a problem.
Identify the purpose of your research on this problem.
Please follow the Exemplary table ( 10 ) in my proposal
 
 
 
 
 

Outcomes Assessed

  • Identify a research problem, develop a comprehensive research design, and formulate a research proposal consistent with the standards of the university’s Directed Research Project (DRP).
  • Use technology and information resources to conduct effective scholarly research.

Grading Rubric for Assignment 2 – Context of the Problem

 

Criteria

0

Unacceptable

6

Developing

6

Competent

10

Exemplary

1. Describe the history of the problem and why it is a problem.
 
Did not complete the assignment or did not describe the history of the problem and why it is a problem; omitted information and/or included irrelevant information. Completed with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Partially described the history of the problem and why it is a problem; omitted some key information. Completed with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Sufficiently described the history of the problem and why it is a problem. Completed with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Fully described the history of the problem and why it is a problem.
Completed with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
2. Identify where and for whom it is a problem.
 
Did not complete the assignment or did not identify the   problem and for whom it is a problem; omitted information and/or included irrelevant information. Completed with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Partially identified the problem and for whom it is a problem; omitted some key information. Completed with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Sufficiently identified the problem and for whom it is a problem.
Completed with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
Fully identified the problem and for whom it is a problem. Completed with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
3. Identify the purpose of your research on this problem.
 
Did not complete the assignment or did not identify the purpose of your research on this problem; omitted information and/or included irrelevant information. Completed with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Partially identified the purpose of your research on this problem; omitted some key information. Completed with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Sufficiently identified the purpose of your research on this problem.
Completed with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
Fully identified the purpose of your research on this problem.
Completed with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
4. Clarity
 
Did not complete the assignment or explanations are unclear and not organized.
(Major issues)
Explanations generally unclear and not well organized.
(Many issues)
Explanations generally clear and/or organized. (Minor issues) Explanations very clear and well organized.
(Added helpful details)
5. Writing – Grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, APA usage. Did not complete the assignment or had 8 or more different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Major issues) Had 6-7 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Many issues) Had 4-5 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Minor issues) Had 0-3 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage.
 

 
 

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