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Length of the paper =a minimum of five (5) pages
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•Benefits / Outcomes You may organize your paper in any way you’d like, as long as all of the information is included and presented in a complete and meaningful way. However, here is a suggested method for organizing your paper. Keep in mind that this is an academic paper in an academic (second semester, transfer credit earning) course, and it should be written accordingly.
I. In the introduction paragraph, put your description of your project. Explain the rationale behind it. What problem or need did you identify that you could address with your project? [Note: At this point, you could include some scholarly work addressing the topic/problem/need, if applicable.] Did you/ do you have any particular expertise in the area you chose? If so, what was/is it? Or: did you gain any expertise in it as a result of your work on your project (this can also be addressed in the conclusion of your paper)?What were your goals going into the project? Also include details of the logistics of the project: what, exactly did you do for the project? Did you have help? If so, from whom? Did you spend any money or use any of your own resources in completion of the project? If so, please explain. Your introduction paragraph should end with a claim that summarizes the purpose or/and success of your project. Remember to phrase it as an assertion, not a statement announcing or promising what you are going to talk about in your paper. (For example, avoid something like this: “I am going to explain how my project ____________.”Or, “we will see how an individual like me can bring change/hope/joy to _________.”) Something like this would be more appropriate: “Through my work with the elderly, I wanted to confront the issue of ageism in our society, and I was able to learn about and share information on two valuable resources for senior citizens in San Diego.”
II. In your body paragraphs, you want to include these three components: literature review(a fancy name for the information from your scholarly sources that you provide/include); details of the implementation of your project(a step-by-step description of how your project played out. This is where you will provide any data you gathered, by way of numbers, testimonies, etc.); you should also include any challenges that came up during your project (these could be pitfalls, mishaps, or shortcomings of your project, regardless of how they happened or who “caused” them).’Use these elements in organized paragraphs describing your project. III. Your conclusion is the place to describe the successes and benefits of your project. (Who –groups or individuals -benefitted, and how? Most importantly, how do you know that they benefitted?) Any data (including written comments, or written or spoken feedback) regarding outcomes is appropriate to include here. There will be an element of reflection involved, in which you honestly assess yourself and any other key players or components of the project. This will allow you to reflect on the entire process of completing this project, what you learned, what you wish you had done better, and what you hope to continue to do with your new knowledge and connections. End on a positive note by outlining ways that your project benefitted your community or individuals (unless you honestly feel otherwise, which, hopefully, will not be the case).The document should be formatted to MLA standards.