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Chapter One & Two Draft Submission
CHECKLIST FOR CHAPTER 1
Statement Of Purpose:
1. Has the overall purpose of the project been stated?
2. Does the statement serve to give the reader an adequate overview of the project?
3. Is the statement concise, clear, and appealing?
Setting of the Problem:
1. Is there a general but current description of the organization or community in which the project is proposed?
2. Are the number of people involved indicated?
3. Are all the unique characteristics of the organization described?
History and Background of the Problem
1. Is there a full picture of the problem, as it currently exists, indicating all the symptoms, possible causes, and their interrelationships?
2. Is there a historical context of the problem; i.e., how long it has existed and major possible causes that had an influence on it?
3. Are there any interrelationships between parts of the problem and parts of the setting described?
Scope of the PROJECT
1. Is there a description of the aspects of the setting included in the study and of those not included?
2. Is there a description of exactly which parts of the problem will be included in the study?
Importance of the Project
1. Is it clearly indicated why the project is needed?
CHECKLIST FOR CHAPTER 2
1. Is the general background of the literature presented to show how the specific project fits into a broader picture of the whole topic area?
2. Is the information on the current research most closely related to the specific problem presented?
3. Is it indicted how the literature being reviewed relates to the project throughout?
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Writing Chapter 1
writing Chapter 1 – Description of the Problem
ABOUT 5 PAGES
Chapter 1 of the Research Project states the purpose and provides a full description of the problem. You will be required to review the history and background of the problem and detail the scope and limits of the project. Chapter 1 will identify the importance (significance) of the problem, demonstrate the full knowledge of the setting (organization or community) in which the problem is researched, and defines all key terms.
After reading this chapter, the reader should have a clear picture, not only of the specific problem being explored, but also of its background and history, its setting, and its limits. Basically, this chapter is an expansion and more refined discussion of many of the items included in the Topic Proposal.
The following are the sections that should be included in Chapter 1. Generally, all six topics constitute separate sections and will be written in the indicated sequence; however, the sequence is not mandatory. In some cases, it may be more logical to combine two or more of them into a single section. In other cases, a change in the sequence may improve the flow of the presentation. Check with your Project Facilitator for guidance.
Statement of Purpose
In two or three sentences, state as clearly as possible the purpose of the project.
The purpose of this project was to create, implement, and evaluate a communication/ feedback manual for the Welding Metallurgical Department of Factory SKS. The manual will be used to develop, improve and maintain the metallurgists’ communication skills.
The Setting of the Problem
In this section, you should describe the organization or community in which the problem exists and will be implemented.
The following examples indicate how the description of the setting might be organized.
Note: You may wish to combine this section with the next one, especially if the problem is intricately tied to several components of the system. If the sections are combined, make sure the heading in the report reflects the combination.
Elmwood Counseling Center is a non-profit organization located in a southern suburb of Chicago. It exists to provide a variety of counseling services, foster home placement, and outdoor educational activities to residents within the county.
Staff members of the center and representatives from the community elect a twelve-person board of trustees, which hires a director who is responsible for running the agency. Four coordinators report to the director: The Drop-in Center Coordinator, the Agency Outreach Coordinator, the Outdoor Education Coordinator, and the Drug Counseling Coordinator. (See organizational chart at the end of description.) The director and coordinators are the only paid staff members with the exception of the consultants who are called in periodically for the purpose of staff development.
Much of the agency’s work is conducted by its seventy-five volunteers who donate
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