LLED 200- Arts and Management Problem-Solution Writing Assignment

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Problem-Solution Writing Assignment
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LLED 200 – Arts and Management, UBC Vantage College
Assignment 3: Problem-Solution Writing Assignment
DRAFT DUE DATE: January 22nd by 9:00pm FINAL DUE DATE: February 14th by 9:00pm
Writing Task: Write a four-stage academic problem-solution text that presents:
1. The background of a problem (Situation)
2. The problem itself (Problem)
3. A solution (or partial solution) to the problem (Solution)
4. An evaluation of the solution (Evaluation)
In choosing the topic of your problem solution text, you need to focus on an issue that can be discussed academically within 400-600 words. Choose a specific real world, social or theoretical problem related to your disciplinary studies. Use your research to guide your discussion of a solution.
1. Plan the writing assignment before you start writing. First, develop an outline with major points; each of these will become a topic sentence. You need to consider the details (types of evidence) and logical order that will support each of these points. Use this outline to write a first draft of your assignment. Use the stages in (3) below to guide your planning, drafting and writing. You will need to invest several hours doing research, drafting, writing, editing and proofreading before submitting the assignment.
2. You are required to support your ideas with reliable academic sources, using between three to five sources referenced in APA formatting
3. The structure of your problem-solution stage needs to follow precise staging. There are variations, but the most “typical” type of problem solution text is known as the classic pattern. The classic problem-solution text comprises the following four general stages:
(1) Situation: This stage presents information that is relevant to understand the situation/background of the problem. This stage should begin more generally and become more specific in preparation for introducing the problem, which should be very specific. At least one academic source should be cited to support the ideas introduced in this section.
(2) Problem: This stage explains the problem that was introduced in the previous stage. It is important that you accurately describe and/or explain the problem. You also need to evaluate the problem (e.g., how serious is it?), but make sure you evaluate it without exaggeration. You should cite at least one academic source to support the claims in this stage.
(3) Solution: This stage introduces a solution that was meant to address the problem. Your “solution” does not need to completely solve the problem, but it must at least contribute in some way to solving it. It is important that you describe how your proposed solution contributes to solving the problem. Make sure that the solution is clearly described and/or explained, and is presented without exaggeration.
(4) Evaluation of the solution: In this stage, you need to evaluate the solution. Keep in mind the following questions as you think about what to write: How well does the solution address the problem? What criteria for evaluating the solution have been indicated in the text so far, or need to be presented?
The problem-solution should be 400-600 words, with approximately 100-150 words per each of the four stages. (Note that this word count does not include references).
Submission: All submission standards as per the LLED 200 syllabus.
the files of lled-s.p01, lled-s.p02 and led-s.p03 could be resources in the essay and the writer can choose use them or look for other appropriate sources

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