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G01 Problem Statements 12 Nov 2013

  1. 1. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA MS. PATRYA MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS Statements of the Research Problem v1 Assessments: 12 Nov 2013
  2. 2. G01: Statement of the Research Problem COURSEWORK COMPLETION LIST: AS OF 12 NOV 2013 G01 01 02 05 06 06 08 09 10 12 13 14 15 NAME 1 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 Yusuf Saleh Demuna Zhang Jiguang Liban Omar Mohamud Yahya Bakhit Lin Ye Htut Aung Ameroden Lao Myo Thura Lwin Pa Pa Min Patrya Paing Khine Khant Soe Lwin Zhang Zhiguang Isaac Bate Obenson 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 Team Submission Grade as of 12 November 2013 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED 83.33% NEXT SLIDE
  3. 3. G01 Schedule of Required Coursework D = Draft; P = Practice; F = Final WEEK 09 10 2. Topic Sentence (Assertion): 1 sentence x 3 F D P 3. Three-part Thesis Statement: 1 sentence + 3 research notes D P 13 14 D P F P P F D P P D P P 1. Statement of the Research Problem: 1 sentence x 3 11 F 4. Three-level Outline: 1 page + 7 research notes D D 15 P 5. Executive Summary: 1/3 page + 5-10 theories + 10 sources 12 P D 6. First Draft: 3 pp with Recommendations + Conclusions 7. Memorandum of Transmittal: Final Draft (5 pp) + Title Page + Table of Contents 1 p + References 1 p + 1/3 p dedication + 1/2 page About the Writer 8. Career Documents: 2 job ads + 2 targeted cover letters + 2 resumes + 2 CVs D 9. Presentations: information poster + slideshow proposal summary 10. Meeting: Announcement, Agenda, Minutes P 11. Quiz 2 12. Quiz 3 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE P F F F LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  4. 4. G01 EMAIL LIST: Proper punctuation looks professional MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG   MR. YAHYA  MR. LIN YE MR. LIBAN MR. AMERODEN  MR. MYO  MS. PA PA MS. PATRYA  MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG  MR. ISAAC  MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  5. 5. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA ISAAC BATE OBENSON (CAMEROON) MR. KHINE mr.isaac.bate.obenson.aiu@gmail.com MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  6. 6. ISAAC BATE OBENSON: RAW HONEY AS COUGH TREATMENT In three weeks time, I am going to create a poster in English that consist of 10 pictures that educates nursing mothers on how to make syrup locally using raw honey in order for them to treat cough - a disorder that most kids in my country suffer face. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Isaac Bate Obenson #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  7. 7. ISAAC BATE OBENSON: 6 WAYS TO AVOID DEMERITS In three weeks time, I am going to create a poster in English that consist of 6 pictures which inform students about a simple way (being responsible for every action they do) to avoid demerits. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Isaac Bate Obenson #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  8. 8. ISAAC BATE OBENSON: 6-STEP HOCUBERRY TREATMENT FOR DIABETES In three weeks time, I am going to create a poster in French and English that consist of 6 pictures which teaches people in my country on how to make a vegetable sauce by squeezing boiled ‘hocuberry’ vegetable and adding other additives like salt, sugar or paper, so that it will be a balanced diet and good for treating diabetes mellitus. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Isaac Bate Obenson #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  9. 9. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA KHINE KHANT SOE LWIN (MYANMAR) MR. KHINE khine.khant.aiu@gmail.com MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  10. 10. KHINE KHANT SOE WIN: 6 BURMESE FOODS FOR TOURISTS In three weeks, I will make a poster in Burmese and English with around 6 pictures which will express the information about the foods of Myanmar to persuade the tourists. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Khine Khant Soe Lwin #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  11. 11. KHINE KHANT SOE WIN: 5 EFFECT OF THE INTERNET During three weeks, I will make a poster in English with around 5 pictures that will demonstrate the impact of the internet to help the people especially young people who have no idea about how to use it wisely. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Khine Khant Soe Lwin #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  12. 12. KHINE KHANT SOE WIN: HOW TO STAY FIT AND HEALTHY In three weeks, I will make a poster in English with some pictures that will give the information about how to stay fit and healthy for Myanmar young people to prevent from the some diseases and obesity. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Khine Khant Soe Lwin #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  13. 13. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA PATRYA PAING (CAMBODIA) MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC ms.paing.patrya@gmail.com MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  14. 14. PATRYA PAING: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Patrya Paing #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  15. 15. PATRYA PAING: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Patrya Paing #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  16. 16. PATRYA PAING: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Patrya Paing #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  17. 17. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA MYO THURA LWIN (MYANMAR) MR. KHINE No professional email MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  18. 18. MYO THURA LWIN: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Myo Thura Lwin #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  19. 19. MYO THURA LWIN: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Myo Thura Lwin #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  20. 20. MYO THURA LWIN: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Myo Thura Lwin #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  21. 21. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA AMERODEN DATUSOLAIMAN LAO (PHILIPPINES) MR. KHINE ameroden.datusolaiman.lao@gmail.com MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  22. 22. AMERODEN DATUSOLAIMAN LAO: 15 BENEFITS OF THE PAPAYA In three weeks, I will design an information poster with 15 pictures taken from the internet in colourful formats in English and Tagalog about the benefits of papaya suitable for the people in the Philippines. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Ameroden Datusolaiman Lao #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  23. 23. AMERODEN DATUSOLAIMAN LAO: 10 WAYS TO KEEP AIU CLEAN In three weeks, I will design an information poster with 10 pictures from the internet in colourful formats in English about ten ways how to maintain the cleanliness in AiU campus suitable for the community, students and staff. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Ameroden Datusolaiman Lao #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  24. 24. AMERODEN DATUSOLAIMAN LAO: 10 REASONS WHY TAGALOG IS IMPORTANT In three weeks, I will design an information poster with 10 pictures from the internet in colourful formats in English and Tagalog to show the importance of the Tagalog language suitable for Filipino people. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Ameroden Datusolaiman Lao #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  25. 25. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA LIN YE HTUT AUNG (MYANMAR) MR. KHINE mr.linn.yehtut.aung@gmail.com MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  26. 26. LIN YE HTUT AUNG: THE MANAW FESTIVAL OF THE KACHIN PEOPLE In three week, I would contribute an information poster to share on Kachin People’s traditional festival called Manaw and its poles which is similar to the totem poles of North American Indian and analyzing between the two cultures why they are similar with their poles. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Lin Ye Htut Aung #01 Mr. Jaime 11-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  27. 27. LIN YE HTUT AUNG: THE TRADITIONAL MUSIC OF MYANMAR In three week, I would design an information poster to inform on Myanmar traditional music which is becoming nearly dead music although it is one of the classiest and had strong structure on music theory due to the new generation would not like to listen their own traditional music. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Lin Ye Htut Aung #02 Mr. Jaime 11-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  28. 28. LIN YE HTUT AUNG: HOW FISH PASTE CAUSES CANCER In three week, I would create an information poster to persuade on Myanmar people to eat healthy food and not eating on spices foods like fish paste is causing cancer nowadays. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Lin Ye Htut Aung #03 Mr. Jaime 11-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  29. 29. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA YAHYA BAKHIT (UGANDA) MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC mr.yahya.bakhit@gmail.com MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  30. 30. YAHYA BAKHIT: 5 STEPS TO REVIVE A CHILD HIT BY LIGHTNING In three weeks, I will create a poster with 5 photos from the internet in English educating primary school children, how to save the life of a child struck by lightning using CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) in the lightning prone region of Northern Uganda to reduce the number of death due to lightning strike among children. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Yahya Bakhit #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  31. 31. YAHYA BAKHIT: 5 STEPS OF FEEDING A CHILD WITH MALARIA FEVER In three weeks, I will design a poster with 6 photos in English language educating mothers in Uganda, how to feed a child suffering from malaria fever using liquid food, soft drinks and hard food processes, in order to effectively treat the disease. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Yahya Bakhit #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  32. 32. YAHYA BAKHIT: 5 WAYS TO A SUCCESSFUL GROUP DISCUSSION In three weeks, I will create a poster with 5 photos created by me in English, explaining how to conduct successful group discussions using the 3 c’s (compare, conquer and communicate) to enable effective group discussions among AiU students. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Yahya Bakhit #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  33. 33. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD (SOMALIA) MR. KHINE mr.liban.omar.aiu@gmail.com MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  34. 34. LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Liban Omar Moalim Mohamud #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  35. 35. LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Liban Omar Moalim Mohamud #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  36. 36. LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Liban Omar Moalim Mohamud #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  37. 37. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA ZHANG JIGUANG (CHINA) MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC mr.zhang.jiguang@gmail.com MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  38. 38. ZHANG JIGUANG: CHINESE TRADITIONAL MUSIC FOR TEENS V2 In three weeks, I will create an information poster which consists of 6 pictures found from internet about types of Chinese traditional music with explanation in Chinese for those teenagers in China who have poor knowledge about Chinese traditional music to gain the knowledge about Chinese traditional music in one day from viewing the pictures in poster. Assessment Rubric: Statement of the Research Problem A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C V2 PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B V2 C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C V2 PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B V2 C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Zhang Jiguang #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  39. 39. ZHANG JIGUANG: REDUCING FOOD WASTE IN RESTAURANTS V2 In three weeks, I will create an instruction poster which contains 9 pictures found from internet about learning the ways to utilize the wasted food and cooking materials with explanation in Chinese for the operators of restaurants in cities in China in 6 days to effectively use wasted food by customers and wasted cooking materials by chefs. Assessment Rubric: Statement of the Research Problem A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B V2 C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B V2 C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Zhang Jiguang #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  40. 40. V2 ZHANG JIGUANG: 10 STEPS TO RESEARCH PAPER WRITING In three weeks, I will create an instruction poster which contains 10 steps from the first phase to last phase on how to conduct a research paper with explanation in English for AiU scholars who have many mistakes in their research paper to complete a college level research paper in two weeks by following the steps on poster. Assessment Rubric: Statement of the Research Problem A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B V2 C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C V2 PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C V2 PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Zhang Jiguang #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  41. 41. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA YUSUF SALEH LUBAMA DEMUNA (PHILIPPINES) MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC MAIN LIST yusuf.saleh.demuna@gmail.com DEADLINES EMAILS
  42. 42. YUSUF SALEH LUBAMA DEMUNA: 10 STEPS TO SEGREGATE WASTE In three weeks,I will create an information poster with 10 pictures from google in bright colors written in English and in Tagalog language about the importance of proper waste segregation and disposal to maintain and secure the hygiene of the Filipino people to be free from any kinds of diseases that may rise up from wase this information is suitable for everyone to maintain the cleanliness and good health. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Yusuf Saleh Lubama Demuna #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  43. 43. YUSUF SALEH LUBAMA DEMUNA: 20 STEPS TO COOK FILIPINO FOOD In three weeks, I will create an information poster with 20 pictures from google in bright colors written in English and in Tagalog language about the steps in cooking some traditional food in my country, this information is suitable for everyone especially to those who love cooking for keeping the knowledge of cooking of traditional foods. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Yusuf Saleh Lubama Demuna #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  44. 44. YUSUF SALEH LUBAMA DEMUNA: 15 BENEFITS OF THE TAWA-TAWA PLANT In three weeks,I will present an information poster with 15 pictures from social media sites written in English and in Tagalog language about the benefits of Tawa-tawa herbal plant this information poster is suitable for everyone to know more about the ability of the plant in curing some diseases. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Yusuf Saleh Lubama Demuna #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  45. 45. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA PA PA MIN (MYANMAR) MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC ms.papa.min.aiu@gmail.com MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  46. 46. PA PA MIN: HOW TO IMPROVE STUDY SKILL In three week, I’ll design the posters to inform the motivation and study power workshop for matriculation students from No(3),Basic Education High school ,Yangon to improve their study skill. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Pa Pa Min #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  47. 47. PA PA MIN: PLANTATION TO SAVE THE WORLD In three week, I’ll create the posters with English and Burmese Language to encourage the people from my hometown, Yangon about plantation to save the world. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Pa Pa Min #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  48. 48. PA PA MIN: THE TANGGYI BALLOON FESTIVAL OF MYANMAR I’ll create the posters to inform the Albukhary International University about one of the famous festival of Myanmar, Tanggyi Balloon Festival to know about the traditional and culture of Myanmar. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Pa Pa Min #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  49. 49. MR. YUSUF MR. JIGUANG Please replace this with your photo. The face size should be about the same as the oval shape. MR. LIBAN MR. YAHYA MR. LIN YE MR. AMERODEN MR. MYO MS. PA PA STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MS. PATRYA ZHANG ZHIGUANG (CHINA) MR. KHINE MR. ZHIGUANG MR. ISAAC zhang.zhiguang.noah@gmail.com MAIN LIST DEADLINES EMAILS
  50. 50. ZHANG ZHIGUANG: 8 REASONS TO STUDY ABROAD In three weeks, I will create an information poster with 8 pictures in Chinese and English words for my hometown high school graduates within one month and encourage them by explaining the importance of studying abroad so that they will have more job opportunities after their degree, master and PHD from foreign countries. I will also technically encourage my high school graduates to learn more things and receive advanced education abroad through showing these pictures. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G01 Zhang Zhiguang #01 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  51. 51. ZHANG ZHIGUANG: 5 WAYS TO MAKE THE BEST NOODLES In three weeks, I will create an information poster with 5 pictures in Chinese and English for my hometown restaurants and suggest them within 20 days to make the best noodles among people’s expectation in order to welcome the high level ministry department who visiting my hometown and treat them well so that we will give them the best positive effect as well as more and more customers will be attracted by these restaurants in order to increase the economy of my hometown. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL GG01 Zhang Zhiguang #02 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  52. 52. ZHANG ZHIGUANG: 6 STEPS TO TEACH ENGLISH TO A CHILD In three weeks, I will create an information poster with 6 pictures in Chinese and English for the parents to teach their kids aged between 5 to 10 within 1 year by speaking standard Mandarin and simple English in order to pass the exam and get higher grade in the meantime to become bilingual people in the younger age. I will also provide some best ways to learn two different languages at the same time and the benefits of becoming bilingual people. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL GG01 Zhang Zhiguang #03 Mr. Jaime 10-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  53. 53. G01 Schedule: The Research Proposal FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  54. 54. STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM: SOLUTIONS RUBRIC LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning As explained in class 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors As explained in class 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level See #06 slide #27 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading As explained in class 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline As explained in class 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal http://www.slideshare.net/JaimeCabrera3/problemstatement-06-beneficiary-who-exactly-will-benefit-fromthe-proposal-28202219 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent See #06 and #09 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified See #06 and #09 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs http://www.slideshare.net/JaimeCabrera3/problemstatement-09-relevance-what-beneficiaries-must-do-tomeet-the-need 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns See #06 and #09 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality http://www.slideshare.net/JaimeCabrera3/problemstatement-11-original-input-use-of-elements-oforiginality 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support http://www.slideshare.net/JaimeCabrera3/12-proof-useof-authoritative-support-how-to-use-theory FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE

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