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Research Proposal 4 - Sample Thesis Statement and Proposal Summary

  1. 1. THE THESIS STATEMENT & PROJECT SUMMARY SAMPLE PRESENTATION Note: The blue slides should not be a part of your presentation. These are used here only as explanatory slides.
  2. 2. PART 1 THE TITLE SLIDE
  3. 3. PROJECT PROPOSAL INSECT-REPELLANT CURTAINS FROM DISCARDED CIGARETTE FILTERS Joshua Abdulaziz Hamid (Korea) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (2015) Albukhary International University Alor Setar, Malaysia 15 November 2013
  4. 4. PART 2 THE 3-PART THESIS STATEMENT
  5. 5. NEXT THESIS STATEMENT
  6. 6. Paying street children to gather and process cigarette butts into door and window curtains for sale to an international market can be more effective than existing strategies.
  7. 7. Paying street children to gather and process cigarette butts into door and window curtains for sale to an international market can (a) minimize the negative effects of pesticides and insecticides more effectively than existing strategies.
  8. 8. Paying street children to gather and process cigarette butts into door and window curtains for sale to an international market can (a) minimize the negative effects of pesticides and insecticides, (b) offer long-term empowerment street children more effectively than existing strategies.
  9. 9. Paying street children to gather and process cigarette butts into door and window curtains for sale to an international market can (a) minimize the negative effects of pesticides and insecticides, (b) offer long-term empowerment street children, and (c) minimize environmental damage more effectively than existing strategies.
  10. 10. NEXT PRIMARY BENEFICIARIES & BENEFITS
  11. 11. NEXT TARGET BENEFICIARIES, NEEDS, AND BENEFITS
  12. 12. 1. STREET CHILDREN Image of street children courtesy of www.wikis.lib.ncsu.edu
  13. 13. Beneficiaries: Street children in selected capital cities of 10 countries where AiU scholars originate. CITATION HERE
  14. 14. Need: Street children do not have regular income or employment opportunities. CITATION HERE
  15. 15. Benefit: A safe and legal activity for them to earn some cash CITATION HERE
  16. 16. Benefit: Less time for criminal or deviant activities CITATION HERE ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  17. 17. Benefit: A sense of selfworth or empowerment CITATION HERE ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  18. 18. Benefit: Society’s approval of a worthy activity CITATION HERE ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  19. 19. NEXT SECONDARY BENEFICIARIES & BENEFITS
  20. 20. 2. THE ENVIRONMENT Image of cigarette butts courtesy of www.sustainableguernsey.info.
  21. 21. Beneficiaries: Flora, fauna, soil, and water in the 10 target areas CITATION HERE
  22. 22. Need: Remove discarded cigarette filters from major cities in 10 heavysmoker countries. CITATION HERE
  23. 23. Benefit: Healthier flora and fauna for human use CITATION HERE
  24. 24. Benefit: Cleaner environments CITATION HERE ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  25. 25. 3. PESTICIDE and INSECTICIDE USERS Image of insecticide courtesy of www.care2.com.
  26. 26. Beneficiaries: Users of insecticides and pesticides in buildings and homes of product buyers CITATION HERE
  27. 27. Need: Stop the use of commercial pesticides and insecticides in homes and buildings CITATION HERE
  28. 28. Benefit: Lessen the negative effects of chemicals in insecticides and pesticides CITATION HERE
  29. 29. Benefit: Lessen the environmental costs of production, promotion, sales, purchase, and use of insecticides and pesticides CITATION HERE
  30. 30. NEXT URGENCY OF THE PROBLEM (1)
  31. 31. NEXT URGENCY OF THE PROBLEM
  32. 32. 1. EFFECTS OF EXTREME POVERTY Image of street children courtesy of www.wikis.lib.ncsu.edu
  33. 33. Problem Urgency 3.1 The exact number of street children ... “almost certainly runs into tens of millions across the world”. UNICEF (2002), State of the World’s Children 2003, p.37, quoted in Street Children Statistics. Retrieved from www.streetchildren.org.uk/_uploads/resources/Street_Children_Stats_FINAL.pdf
  34. 34. Street Children in Some Areas Represented in AIU Current statistics for other countries are not available as of this writing. Rank Areas Street Children 1st India 11,000,000 2nd Africa 10,450,000 3rd Cambodia 616,023 4th Bangladesh 400,000 5th Peru 250,000 6th Indonesia 170,000 7th China 150,000 8th Viet Nam Estimated Total 23,000 23,059,023 Estimates from http://www.streetchildren.org.uk/_uploads/resources/Street_Children_Stats_FINAL.pdf
  35. 35. Urgency of the Problem: Every day, street children can be drawn into a life of crime, drug abuse, or prostitution. CITATION HERE ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  36. 36. NEXT URGENCY OF THE PROBLEM (2)
  37. 37. 2. DETERIORATING NATURAL RESOURCES Image of cigarette butts courtesy of www.sustainableguernsey.info.
  38. 38. Problem Urgency 1.1 Cigarette butts seem to be one of “the most commonly littered items ... around the world.” Martin, T. (2012, October 04). Cigarette Litter and how it Affects Us: Cigarette Litter Facts. Retrieved from quitsmoking.about.com. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  39. 39. Problem Urgency 1.1 Around the world, per minute, about “10 million cigarettes are purchased.” Martin, T. (2012, October 04). Cigarette Litter and how it Affects Us: Cigarette Litter Facts. Retrieved from quitsmoking.about.com. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  40. 40. Languages of Top Smoking Countries Represented in AIU Rank Country Language Rank Country Language 1 Russian Russian* 15 Cambodia Cambodian 2 Korea Korean 16 Uzbekistan Uzbek 3 Kuwait Arabic 17 Laos Laotian 4 China Chinese 18 Nepal Nepali 5 Turkey Turkish 19 Yemen Arabic 6 Indonesia Indonesian 20 Sri Lanka Sinhala 7 Tajikistan Tajik 21 Myanmar Burmese 8 Viet Nam Vietnamese 22 Bangladesh Bangladeshi 9 Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz 24 Bhutan Nepali 10 Philippines Tagalog 25 India Hindi 11 Thailand Thai 26 Rwanda English 12 Mongolia Mongolian 27 Somalia Somali 13 Malaysia Malay 28 Afghanistan Pashto, Dari 14 Pakistan Pakistani *Top Ten Adapted from www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2012/mar/23/tobacco-industry-atlas-smoking
  41. 41. Problem Urgency 1.1 In China alone, 300 million smokers consume about 3 million cigarettes a minute or 1.7 trillion cigarettes a year. Martin, T. (2012, October 04). Cigarette Litter and how it Affects Us: Cigarette Litter Facts. Retrieved from quitsmoking.about.com. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  42. 42. Problem Urgency 1.1 “Nicotine, tar, toxins, and chemicals contaminate the ground, waterways, and damage organisms.” Martin, T. (2012, October 04). Cigarette Litter and how it Affects Us: Cigarette Litter Facts. Retrieved from quitsmoking.about.com.
  43. 43. Problem Urgency 1.1 Cellulose acetate in cigarette filters can take up to 10 years to decompose. Martin, T. (2012, October 04). Cigarette Litter and how it Affects Us: Cigarette Litter Facts. Retrieved from quitsmoking.about.com.
  44. 44. Every day, chemicals from discarded cigarette filters leach into soil and waterways to affect plants and animals that humans consume. CITATION HERE
  45. 45. NEXT URGENCY OF THE PROBLEM (3)
  46. 46. 3. EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES & INSECTICIDES Image of insecticide courtesy of www.care2.com.
  47. 47. Problem Urgency 2.1 Insecticides can cause 1 birth defects,2 asthma, reduced IQ, learning 3 and cancer.4 disability, 1 Senthilselvan et al, 1992. 1996 Chlorpyrifos (Dursban)-associated birth defects: report of four cases. Arch. Env .Health 51(1): 5-8) 3 Guillette, Environmental He. Perspectives, June 1998. 4 A. Swenson and S. Bushhouse, "Childhood Cancer Incidence and Trends in Minnesota, 1988-1994". Minnesota Medicine, vol. 81, December 1998. 2 Sherman, JD.
  48. 48. Problem Urgency 2.2 Insecticides can eliminate natural pest control and develop resistance among target pests. Other pests multiply when natural enemies are killed. Williamson, S. (2003, September) The Real Cost of Pesticides in Economic costs of pesticide reliance. Retrieved from http://www.pan-uk.org/pestnews/Issue/pn61/pn61p3.htm
  49. 49. Problem Urgency 2.3 Insecticides are expensive: In 2000-2001, sales of insecticides and pesticides worldwide was about USD 32,769 million. Kiely, T., Donaldson, D., Grube, A. (2012). Pesticides Industry Sales and Usage: 2000 and 2001 Market Estimates. United States Environmental Protection Agency. Retrieved from www.epa.gov/pesticides/pestsales/01pestsales/market_estimates2001.pdf
  50. 50. Urgency: Commercial pesticides and insecticides are expensive, dangerous to the environment, and negatively affect human health. CITATION HERE
  51. 51. NEXT PLAN OF ACTION
  52. 52. NEXT ACTION PLAN: OUTPUT & TIMELINE
  53. 53. PROPOSED TIMELINE In the project proposal phase: • Week 1: One project proposal • Week 1: One instruction poster • Week 1: One promotion poster • Week 2: One promotion slideshow • Week 3: One project proposal • Week 4: Presentation & correction
  54. 54. TWO-WEEK ACTION PLAN 1/4 Action: Create one promotion poster (English + translations) Purpose: To motivate people to collect discarded cigarette filters ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  55. 55. TWO-WEEK ACTION PLAN 2/4 Action: Create one instruction poster (English + translations) Purpose: To teach visually (no text) how to make curtains from discarded cigarette filters ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  56. 56. TWO-WEEK ACTION PLAN 3/4 Action: Create one promotion slideshow (English + translations) Purpose: To show the effects of discarded cigarette filters on the environment ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  57. 57. TWO-WEEK ACTION PLAN 4/4 Action: Create one project proposal (English) Purpose: To convince a company to finance a project: –to collect discarded cigarette filters –to make insect-repelling curtains –to sell the product ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  58. 58. ERROR: This section is for producing the product, which is incorrect. It seems to be a slideshow for client use. CORRECTION: This section should be a procedure for implementing the project, as detailed in the proposed timeline. TIP: Use the proposed timeline as a guide to structure this section. NEXT PROPOSED PROCEDURE
  59. 59. NEXT METHODOLOGY
  60. 60. Procedure 1. 2. 3. 4. Collect cigarette filters Use a needle and thread String the cigarette filters together, Hang several strands from a strip of cardboard. 5. Hang the curtain from a window or a door
  61. 61. Collect cigarette filters. Use gloves. Image of cigarette butt collection courtesy of www.longwood.edu
  62. 62. Dry the cigarette filters. Image of cigarette butt courtesy of www.mdpi.com
  63. 63. Sort and clean the cigarette filters. Image of cigarette butts courtesy of www.williamsburg.weddingvideolosangeles.us
  64. 64. Procedure 1. Collect cigarette filters 2. Use a needle and thread to string the cigarette filters together. 3. Hang several strands from a strip of cardboard. 4. Hang the curtain from a window or a door
  65. 65. Procedure 1. Collect cigarette filters 2. Use a needle and thread to string the cigarette filters together. 3. Hang several strands from a strip of cardboard. 4. Hang the curtain from a window or a door
  66. 66. Curtain with multicolored design Image of curtain courtesy of www.cutoutandkeep.net
  67. 67. Procedure 1. Collect cigarette filters 2. Use a needle and thread to string the cigarette filters together. 3. Hang several strands from a strip of cardboard. 4. Color, and hang the insectrepelling curtain from a window or a door.
  68. 68. Curtain with painted design Image of curtain courtesy of www.hawaiiandays.com
  69. 69. Image of curtain courtesy of www.etsy.com
  70. 70. TIP: This and the next section can be in paragraph form in the research proposal. In what section? PART 3 23 SOURCED IDEAS
  71. 71. NEXT RELATED LITERATURE
  72. 72. Sourced Ideas (1) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Countries where AiU scholars originate Number of street children in countries where AiU scholars originate Effects of cigarette butts on the environment, flora and fauna Costs and effects of pesticides and insecticides Amount of discarded cigarette butts in the countries of AiU scholars Effects on flying insects of chemicals in cigarette butts
  73. 73. Sourced Ideas (2) 7. 8. Production of bead curtains Possible financing sources in countries where AiU scholars originate 9. Possible cultural challenges in countries where AiU scholars originate 10. Possible import obstacles or restrictions in target buyers’ countries 11. Possible negative effects of proposed products 12. Possible negative effects of proposed processes
  74. 74. Sourced Ideas (3) 13. Existing strategies for controlling environmental damage from cigarette butts 14. Existing strategies for empowering street children 15. Existing strategies for minimizing negative effects of insecticides and pesticides. 16. Environmentally-friendly business models 17. Best international promotion strategies 18. Best international sales strategies
  75. 75. NEXT THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS
  76. 76. Theoretical Frameworks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Human needs theories – for motivation and promotion Name the theories Conflict and decision theories – for Name the theories challenges and responses to challenges Innovation diffusion & adoption theories – for project and product promotion Name the theories Learning theories – for process training and product promotion Name the theories Cultural dimensions theories – for project planning, implementation, sales & promotion Name the theories
  77. 77. References The list of references on this slide should follow the APA format. Each reference should include a live online link. There is no limit to the number of references on one slide, as long as each entry is readable.
  78. 78. References The list of reference should be copypasted into an MS Word document titled References.
  79. 79. References The list of reference should be accompanied by another MS Word document titled Research Notes.
  80. 80. Except where indicated, this section should be under “Discussion” or “Analysis” PART 4 17 ORIGINAL IDEAS
  81. 81. 1. Internet sources indicate that cigarette butts can be used to make clothes, add strength to metals, deter parasites, or manufacture bricks. CITATIONS HERE
  82. 82. 2. Unlike on the internet, this proposal can directly help street children in selected cities to earn money as well as clean up the environment. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  83. 83. 3. Unlike the ideas on the internet, this proposal offers a system that can be viable in technologicallyor resource-poor communities. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  84. 84. 4. Most of all, due to its low cost and low technology, this proposal can be easily implemented and replicated in other areas that are not included in this project proposal. CITATIONS HERE
  85. 85. 5. This proposal includes the production of posters in the language of the street children in 10 selected countries: Russian, Korean, Arabic, Chinese, Turkish, Indonesian, Tajik, Vietnamese, Kyrgyz, and Tagalog ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  86. 86. The three types of posters can be: 6. Attention posters 7. Information posters 8. Instruction posters
  87. 87. Error: The next three slides would be best under “Methodologies”
  88. 88. 6. Attention posters to show that cigarette butts can be exchanged for cash, office location, and office hours. ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  89. 89. 7. Information posters to show the cash value of each type of cigarette butt ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  90. 90. 8. Instruction posters to show how to process the butts before cash exchange ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  91. 91. Three posters can be proposed 9. Attention posters for product creation 10. Information posters for product creation 11. Instruction posters for product creation
  92. 92. Error: The next three slides would be best under “Methodologies”
  93. 93. 9. Attention posters to show that cigarette butts can be created into curtains for cash, office location, and office hours. ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  94. 94. 10. Information posters to show the benefits of cigarette butts ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  95. 95. 11. Instruction posters to show how to process and create cigarette butts curtains ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  96. 96. Three posters can be proposed 12. Attention posters to convince buyers 13. Information posters to help buyers 14. Instruction posters to help buyers
  97. 97. Error: The next three slides would be best under “Methodologies”
  98. 98. 12. Attention posters to show that cigarette butts curtains are attractive, can be ordered online, and has many benefits. ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  99. 99. 13. Information posters to show prices, designs, and benefits of the curtains; how buying them helps street children; where they can be ordered ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  100. 100. 14. Instruction posters to show how to use, maintain, store, and dispose the curtains ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  101. 101. Since most target users are from poor environments, slideshows will not be designed for this proposal.
  102. 102. However, slideshows for the target export markets can be proposed: 15. Attention slideshows to attract buyers 16. Information slideshows to help buyers 17. Instruction slideshows to convince buyers
  103. 103. Error: The next three slides would be best under “Methodologies”
  104. 104. 15. Attention slideshows to show that cigarette butts curtains are attractive, has many benefits, and can be easily ordered at low prices. ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  105. 105. 16. Information slideshows to show prices, designs, and benefits of the curtains; how buying them helps street children; the website address and payment options ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  106. 106. 17. Instruction slideshows to show how to use, maintain, store, and dispose the curtains ADD AFTER THIS: THE SUPPORTING THEORIES FOR THESE IDEAS
  107. 107. NEXT 9 POSSIBLE CHALLENGES
  108. 108. NEXT ANALYSIS & DISCUSSION
  109. 109. Projected Challenge 1 The product may not be easy to use, not effective against insects, or not culturally acceptable in target buyer countries. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  110. 110. Projected Challenge 2 The production process may not be effective for street children in the target areas. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  111. 111. Projected Challenge 3 There may be opposition from cigarette and tobacco industries, anti-child labor groups, social or government agencies, religious or cultural organizations. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  112. 112. Projected Challenge 4 The translated posters may not be effective for street children in the target areas. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  113. 113. Projected Challenge 5 Project implementation may be hampered by the inability to raise funding for the project. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  114. 114. Projected Challenge 6 The product may not meet international export-import standards.
  115. 115. Projected Challenge 7 The workers may be vulnerable to dangers in the production process.
  116. 116. Projected Challenge 8 The project may not be acceptable in the target areas or to the target beneficiaries. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  117. 117. Projected Challenge 9 The product may not profit on the international market enough to sustain the project.
  118. 118. NEXT 9 PROPOSED SOLUTIONS
  119. 119. Proposed Solution 1 A product prototype can be pilot-tested for use, insecticidal effectiveness, and cultural acceptability in target buyer countries. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  120. 120. Proposed Solution 2 A production process can be pilot-tested for effectiveness among street children in the target areas. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  121. 121. Proposed Solution 3 At the planning stage, input can be gathered from cigarette and tobacco industries, antichild labor groups, social or government agencies, religious or cultural organizations in the target areas. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  122. 122. Proposed Solution 4 The proposed translations of the posters can be pilottested among street children in the target areas for textual and visual clarity and effect. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  123. 123. Proposed Solution 5 A visual poster can be created to teach how to raise capital for this project. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  124. 124. Proposed Solution 6 A visual poster can be created to teach how to ensure quality control for international market standards. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  125. 125. Proposed Solution 7 A visual poster can be created to teach how to protect worker health during product processing. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  126. 126. Proposed Solution 8 A survey of AiU scholars who originate from the target beneficiary areas can be conducted to determine project acceptability, identify barriers, and gather suggestions for improvement. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  127. 127. Proposed Solution 9 A focus on local markets instead of international markets can be considered as an option in the project plans. ADD AFTER THIS: A THEORY RELATED TO THIS IDEA
  128. 128. NEXT PROPOSAL SUMMARY
  129. 129. NEXT SUMMARY
  130. 130. This is a proposal to pay street children in major cities in 10 selected countries to gather and process cigarette butts into door and window curtains for sale to an international market.
  131. 131. The Proposal: Potential Benefits 1. Minimize environmental damage from cigarette butts. 2. Avoid health effects of using pesticides and insecticides. 3. Create income for street children in AiU countries.
  132. 132. This project can (a) empower street children, (c) minimize environmental damage, and (c) minimize the negative effects of pesticides and insecticides in homes and buildings.
  133. 133. This proposal proposes 17 new ideas, uses 23 sources of information, and seven (7) theoretical frameworks.
  134. 134. There may be challenges in project implementation due to cultural differences, as well as in product sales due to export restrictions.
  135. 135. Theoretically sound proposals to meet these challenges are included in this proposal.
  136. 136. A preliminary online survey indicates that this proposal may be the first of its kind.
  137. 137. NEXT RECOMMENDATIONS
  138. 138. WHEREAS this proposal can benefit street children in heavy-smoker countries around the world who can be directly contacted by AiU scholars;
  139. 139. WHEREAS this proposal can benefit households, buildings, the environment, flora, and fauna;
  140. 140. WHEREAS this proposal can be easily replicated and implement in other heavysmoker cities due to its low technology and low capital;
  141. 141. WHEREAS this proposal can be acceptable to potential investors due to its potential social and economic effects;
  142. 142. IT IS THEREFORE RECOMMENDED that this proposal be submitted approval, for subsequent pilottesting, and for subsequent implementation.
  143. 143. PROJECT PROPOSAL INSECT-REPELLANT CURTAINS FROM DISCARDED CIGARETTE FILTERS By Joshua Abdulaziz Hamid (Korea) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (2015) Albukhary International University, Alor Setar, Malaysia
  144. 144. END OF PRESENTATION THANK YOU Prepared by Jaime Alfredo Cabrera 30 Oct 2013 Albukhary International University mr.jaime.aiu@gmail.com
  145. 145. This is how you can get an A* in your final work Assessment of Draft Problem Statement CRITERIA ASSESSMENT 01 Clear identification of the target beneficiaries PASS FAIL 02 Description of their need, with theoretical support PASS FAIL 03 Documented proof of the urgency of the need PASS FAIL 04 Original input, with theoretical support PASS FAIL 05 Timeline of action proposed action; action with theoretical support PASS FAIL 06 Possible challenges to implementation with theoretical support PASS FAIL 07 Proposed solution to challenges, with theoretical support PASS FAIL 08 Summary of the proposal PASS FAIL 09 Title of the Proposal PASS FAIL 10 All sourced materials are correctly integrated, cited, & referenced PASS FAIL Requirement for approval: no fail grade.
  146. 146. Assessment of Final Thesis Statement CRITERIA POINTS SCORE 01 Clear identification of the target beneficiaries 10 10 02 Description of their need, with theoretical support 10 5 03 Documented proof of the urgency of the need 10 10 04 Original input, with theoretical support 10 5 05 Timeline of action proposed action; action with theoretical support 10 5 06 Possible challenges to implementation with theoretical support 10 5 07 Proposed solution to challenges, with theoretical support 10 5 08 Summary of the proposal 10 10 09 Title of the Proposal 10 10 10 All sourced materials are correctly integrated, cited, & referenced 10 5 65
  147. 147. Assessment of Final Thesis Statement

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