Briefly describe the issue, and state the purpose of the paper.

2. Background – Review relevant literature on the

subject. This is a good section to satisfy the requirement forthe minimum five primary sources. Be sure to use APA formatted in-text
citations to identify sources for information. Note that in-text citations are required even ifthe information has been paraphrased.

3.

Methods – State how you will address the issue. For example, you could perform a literature review of related research literature, conduct
interviews, and/or perform observations. If you use a tool such as a standardized checklist, you should provide information from the
research literature on the tool’s reliability and validity.

4. Results – Present the findings from implementation of your selected

methods. The inclusion oftables, figures, and/or pictures, in addition to describing the results in the text, adds much to the paper’s
readability. Tables, figures, and pictures must have titles and citations. lfa table, figure, or picture is copy/pasted from a source, you
must indicate that permission has been obtained from the source orthat the information is public domain (and still cite the source).

5.

Conclusions – Present your conclusions and recommendations. In general, your own opinions should only be included in this section.

 

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Briefly describe the issue, and state the purpose of the paper.

2. Background – Review relevant literature on the

subject. This is a good section to satisfy the requirement forthe minimum five primary sources. Be sure to use APA formatted in-text
citations to identify sources for information. Note that in-text citations are required even ifthe information has been paraphrased.

3.

Methods – State how you will address the issue. For example, you could perform a literature review of related research literature, conduct
interviews, and/or perform observations. If you use a tool such as a standardized checklist, you should provide information from the
research literature on the tool’s reliability and validity.

4. Results – Present the findings from implementation of your selected

methods. The inclusion oftables, figures, and/or pictures, in addition to describing the results in the text, adds much to the paper’s
readability. Tables, figures, and pictures must have titles and citations. lfa table, figure, or picture is copy/pasted from a source, you
must indicate that permission has been obtained from the source orthat the information is public domain (and still cite the source).

5.

Conclusions – Present your conclusions and recommendations. In general, your own opinions should only be included in this section.

 

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