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### Problem Statement 06 BENEFICIARY - Who exactly will benefit from the proposal

1. 1. STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM – STEP # 06 3 PROBLEM STATEMENTS  5 PARTS OF A PROBLEM STATEMENT  TARGET BENEFICIARY  SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY  USE A NOUN  USE AN ADJECTIVE  HINT A CHALLENGE  HINT AN URGENCY  PROBLEM STATEMENT  THESIS STATEMENT Image courtesy of fineartamerica.com
2. 2. three problem statements Three topics are required •To prove your ability to write 3 types of problem statements •To prove your ability to use 3 types of urgency elements •To prove your ability to use 3 types of theory support FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
3. 3. five parts 1 BENEFICIARIES FIRST SLIDE 2 3 4 5 URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT (BONUS) LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
4. 4. The 5 Parts of a Problem Statement A research problem statement can be prepared in five steps. PARTS CONTENTS 1 BENEFICIARIES Who will benefit from the proposal? Describe by using a noun + an adjective + a hint of a need or problem 2 URGENT NEED What is the topic of the proposal? Summarize the need or problem to be addressed REQUIRED ACTION What must the beneficiary do to solve the problem? [LINK] 3 Proposal: What is the writer’s proposed action? + 4 ORIGINAL INPUT Originality: Is the proposal original or creative? + Versatility: Is the proposal useful in other contexts? [LINK] 5 BONUS: THESIS STATEMENT FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE Does the thesis indicate the proposed action, target beneficiaries, the need to be addressed, and theory support for the proposal? [LINK] END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
5. 5. Parts of the Statement: Practice 1.1 1 BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT (BONUS) 1 SPECIFY THE TARGET GROUP THAT CAN BENEFIT FROM YOUR PROPOSAL HINT THAT THE PROBLEM IS NOT EASY TO SOLVE HINT THAT THE PROBLEM IS URGENT OR CRITICAL FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
6. 6. Parts of the Statement: Practice 1.2 2 1 BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED 1 target group that can benefit from your proposal (BONUS) SPECIFY THE NEEDS THAT YOUR PROPOSAL WILL ADDRESS HINT that the ORIGINAL INPUT 2 SPECIFY the REQUIRED ACTION SHOW THAT problem is not easy to solve THE NEED IS URGENT HINT that the problem is urgent FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
7. 7. Parts of the Statement: Practice 1.3 2 1 BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED 1 REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT (BONUS) 3 SPECIFY WHAT 2 SPECIFY the 3 SPECIFY the target group that can benefit from your proposal needs that your proposal will address MUST BE DONE FIRST IN ORDER TO MEET THE NEED HINT that the SHOW that USE CONCEPTS the need is urgent OF TIME URGENCY problem is not easy to solve HINT that the problem is urgent FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
8. 8. Parts of the Statement: Practice 1.4 2 1 BENEFICIARIES 4 3 URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT 1 2 3 4 SPECIFY the SPECIFY the SPECIFY what target group that can benefit from your proposal needs that your proposal will address must be done first in order to meet the need DESCRIBE THE ORIGINAL ELEMENTS OF WHAT YOU PROPOSE HINT that the SHOW that USE concepts the need is urgent of time urgency (BONUS) problem is not easy to solve USE CONCEPTS OF ORIGINALITY HINT that the problem is urgent FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
9. 9. Parts of the Statement: Practice 1.5 2 1 BENEFICIARIES 3 URGENT NEED 5 4 REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT (BONUS) 1 2 3 4 5 SPECIFY the SPECIFY the SPECIFY what DESCRIBE the USE THEORIES, target group that can benefit from your proposal needs that your proposal will address must be done first in order to meet the need original elements of what you propose LAWS OR PRINCIPLES THAT SUPPORT YOUR IDEAS HINT that the SHOW that USE concepts USE concepts INTEGRATE the need is urgent of time urgency of originality MAIN THEORY WITH THE TOPIC problem is not easy to solve HINT that the CUT FOR problem is urgent FIRST SLIDE CONCISENESS LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
10. 10. target beneficiary The target beneficiary is an individual or group that you target to benefit from your proposal. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
11. 11. Describe the Beneficiary: SUMMARY A target beneficiary can be described with four elements. 1. Specific Noun: To describe a specific target beneficiary, a noun must be described with specifics 2. Specifying Adjective: To create an element of urgency, the adjective must imply a need or problem 3. Hint of Difficulty or Challenge: The implied problems should be college-level and not too easy to solve. 4. Hint of Urgency: Three types of urgency are (a) critical problem, (b) emergency situation, and (c) limited time situation. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
12. 12. specific beneficiary When the target beneficiary is described with unique characteristics, then it is “specific”. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
13. 13. Specify The Target Beneficiary: Why If the target beneficiary is not specific, writing the proposal can be slower and more difficult. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
14. 14. Specify The Target Beneficiary: Why The description helps the writer clarify ideas before writing the proposal. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
15. 15. Specify The Target Beneficiary: Why A teacher can determine the clarity of the proposed idea: Can a reader clearly understand this? FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
16. 16. Specify The Target Beneficiary: Why The teacher can check the proposed idea for logic: Can this proposal solve this need of this target beneficiary? FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
17. 17. use a noun Specific Noun: To describe a target beneficiary, a noun must be specified. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
18. 18. Specify a Target Beneficiary: Noun Noun: To describe a target beneficiary, a noun must be specified. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
19. 19. Specify a Noun: Example Noun: To specify a target beneficiary, use a noun with specific descriptors. GENERAL Red flowers FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION Red Hawaiian hibiscus in the last two days before wilting END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
20. 20. Specify a Noun: Example Noun: To specify a target beneficiary, a noun must be detailed. GENERAL SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION Red flowers Red Hawaiian hibiscus in the last two days before wilting Small-time beef Non-Muslim beef importers in Penang importers with less than \$10,000 operating capital FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
21. 21. Specify a Noun: Example Noun: To describe a specific target beneficiary, a noun must be specifically described. GENERAL SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION Red flowers Red Hawaiian hibiscus in the last two days before wilting Small-time Non-Muslim beef importers in Penang with beef importers less than \$10,000 operating capital Complex equation FIRST SLIDE Chemical formula with 16 components and 10 variables LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
22. 22. Specify a Noun: Exercise EXERCISE 1C Use a specific noun to describe a group that will benefit from your proposal. This is your target beneficiary. BENEFICIARY In AiU Family, friends, or communities In your country FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
23. 23. use an adjective Adjectives that hint: Use adjectives that indicate an urgent need or a critical problem FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
24. 24. Use Adjectives that Hint: EXAMPLE Adjective: Use adjectives that indicate a need or a problem ADJECTIVE: DESCRIPTIVE Dirty clothes (‘clothes’ not a beneficiary) ADJECTIVE: IMPLIED NEED Need for cleaning Crying child Need for comfort or attention Dry soil (‘soil’ not a beneficiary) Need for rain FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
25. 25. Use Adjectives that Hint: Exercise EXERCISE 1C Add an adjective that hints, indicates or implies either a need or a problem of the target beneficiary. ADJECTIVE BENEFICIARY In AiU Family, friends, or communities In your country FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
26. 26. hint a challenge 1. Choose a noun-adjective pair to hint (but not say) a challenging topic. 2. The description should hint that this paper • Is not that easy to write • Needs high-level cognitive thinking • Requires significant research time FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
27. 27. Hint a Challenge: SUMMARY 1. Choose a noun-adjective pair to hint (but not say) a challenging topic. 2. The description should hint that this paper • Is not that easy to write • Needs high-level cognitive thinking • Requires significant research time FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
28. 28. Hint a Challenge : EXAMPLES CHOOSE A UNIVERSITY-LEVEL CHALLENGE: The implied problems should not be too easy to solve. NOUN ADJECTIVE HINT OF EASY SOLUTION HINT OF CHALLENGE BUILDING BURNING BURNING BUILDING (POUR WATER) UNSAFE COOKING PRACTICES (CREATE POSTER TO EDUCATE) LAZY STUDENT LAZY STUDENT (DISCIPLINE STRICTLY) FREQUENT OVERSLEEPING (CREATE PREVENTION STRATEGY) BAD FOOD BAD FOOD (CHANGE THE COOK) LIMITED VARIETY OF FOOD CHOICES (CREATE VIABLE & VARIABLE MENUS) FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
29. 29. hint an urgency A description of the target beneficiary can hint (but not specify) that there is an urgent need or problem. Three types of urgency (1) critical problem (2) emergency situation (3) limited time FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
30. 30. Urgency: Limited Time URGENCY DEFINITION Limited Time When describing the requirement of the proposal, show at least one type of urgency. The need or problem must be solved within a short time or else the problem worsens. EXAMPLES Failing students Failing scholars IMPLIED URGENCY TIME: Tests and exams are given at specific times. TIME: Scholarship is limited to a specific time.
31. 31. Urgency: Emergency Situation When describing the requirement of the proposal, show at least one type of urgency. Emergency Situation URGENCY DEFINITION A need or problem happens suddenly and unexpectedly; a solution is needed as soon as possible EXAMPLES IMPLIED URGENCY Food SUDDEN: Group poisoning is not prepared how to react. Malaria UNEXPECTED: No epidemic ready medical supplies, services.
32. 32. Urgency: Critical Situation URGENCY DEFINITION Critical Situation When describing the requirement of the proposal, show at least one type of urgency. A need or problem developed grown over time. Action is needed to prevent reaching a dangerous level EXAMPLES IMPLIED URGENCY Pregnant CRITICAL: student Education, work, & future can be destroyed Global CRITICAL: The warming Earth cannot support life after a time
33. 33. Urgency: A Need For Quick Action When describing the requirement of the proposal, show at least one type of urgency. URGENCY Time limitation DEFINITION The need or problem must be solved within a short time or else the problem worsens. EXAMPLES IMPLIED URGENCY Failing students TIME: Tests and exams are given at specific times. Failing scholars TIME: Scholarship is limited to a specific time. Emergency A need or problem happens situation suddenly and unexpectedly; a solution is needed as soon as possible Food poisoning SUDDEN: Group is not prepared how to react. Malaria epidemic UNEXPECTED: No ready medical supplies, services. Critical situation Pregnant student CRITICAL: Education, work, & future can be destroyed Global warming CRITICAL: The Earth cannot support life after a time A need or problem developed grown over time. Action is needed to prevent reaching a dangerous level
34. 34. Hint at an Urgency: PRACTICE 1A Change the urgent statements to neutral statements NEUTRAL URGENT ANSWER: NEXT SLIDE Drunk man Drunk airplane pilot ANSWER: NEXT SLIDE Unexpected visitor Armed burglar Forgotten recipe ANSWER: NEXT SLIDE Disappearing cultural knowledge FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
35. 35. Hint at an Urgency: PRACTICE 1A Change the urgent statements to neutral statements NEUTRAL URGENT Drunk man Drunk airplane pilot Unexpected visitor Armed burglar Forgotten recipe Disappearing cultural knowledge FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
36. 36. Hint at an Urgency : PRACTICE 1B Change the neutral ideas to ideas that imply problems or needs. NEUTRAL URGENT bad girl ANSWER: NEXT SLIDE pregnant teen-ager playing boy ANSWER: student computer-addictedNEXT SLIDE lazy professional plagiarizingANSWER: NEXT SLIDE professor FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
37. 37. Hint at an Urgency : PRACTICE 1B Change the neutral ideas to ideas that imply problems or needs. NEUTRAL URGENT bad girl pregnant teen-ager playing boy computer-addicted student lazy professional plagiarizing professor FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
38. 38. Hint at an Urgency : EXAMPLE TOPIC BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED 1 REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT shabby student hungry student ERRORS: • The adjective does not show urgency. • The noun is not specific. It can be any student. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
39. 39. Hint at an Urgency : EXAMPLE TOPIC BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED 1 REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT burning room impoverished student ERRORS: • Example 1: not a beneficiary • Example 2: The adjective implies urgency • However, the noun is not specific. It can be any student. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
40. 40. Hint at an Urgency : EXAMPLE TOPIC BENEFICIARIES 1 URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT broken leg ONE ERROR: Urgency is hinted but topic is too general • The adjective shows urgency (emergency situation). • However the noun is not specific. It can be any leg. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
41. 41. Hint at an Urgency : EXAMPLE TOPIC 1 BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT failing senior geography students in Cebu NO ERRORS: There is a hint of an urgency • The noun is specific. It cannot be any student in the world. • seniors = they need to graduate this schoolyear • The adjective shows urgency (critical problem). • failing = they need to have passing grades • Critical Situation = they need a minimum of C average to graduate this schoolyear FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
42. 42. Hint at an Urgency : EXAMPLE TOPIC BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT low-vocabulary 2 scholars in the CFS program NO ERRORS: There is a clear hint of an urgency •The noun is specific. It cannot be any scholar in the world. • scholars = they need passing grades to keep their scholarships •The adjective shows urgency (time limitation). • CFS = they need to go to UGP after 9 months • low-vocabulary = they need high vocabulary to pass UGP • Time Situation = they need to acquire 40,000 academic words within 9 months; they use no time for academic vocabulary; if they are taught, they forget within three months FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
43. 43. Hint at an Urgency : EXAMPLE TOPIC BENEFICIARIES URGENT NEED REQUIRED ACTION ORIGINAL INPUT malnourished 3 infants in Somaliland NO ERRORS: Urgency is well-established •The noun is specific. It cannot be any infant in the world. • infants = Unlike adults, infants are weaker and die faster •The adjective shows urgency (critical problem). • malnourished = There is no food or nourishment available • Somaliland = there is widespread drought, famine, and corruption; the country is too poor to import food for all babies •Critical Situation = the state needs to feed @440,000 infants a day, all over the country with poor roads and transportation FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
44. 44. problem statement •Example of a one-sentence problem statement •The 1 to 4 elements of a problem statement •The A to D elements of a problem statement •See how a one-sentence problem statement can become a three-part thesis statement FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
45. 45. One-sentence Problem Statement SAMPLE 1 In five days, I will draft an A3-sized information poster with 10 photos and English text to show single teenage mothers how to continue their studies and survive financially amidst ostracism by family and community. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
46. 46. 1 to 4 Parts of a Problem Statement SAMPLE 1 In five days, I will draft an A3-sized information poster with 10 photos and English text to show single teenage mothers how to continue their studies and survive financially amidst ostracism by family and community. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW 1. A SPECIFIC TIME LIMIT: When you will submit your output 2. A CLEAR OUTPUT: For practice, you are to produce a poster and a slideshow (attention, information, instruction) 3. A SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Specified beneficiaries and requirement to meet the need 4. A STRONG NEED: Urgent need of beneficiaries (hint of urgency) PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
47. 47. A to D Parts of a Problem Statement SAMPLE 1 A.VIABILITY – The output In five days, I will draft an A3-sized information poster with 10 photos and English text to show single teenage mothers how to continue their studies and survive financially amidst ostracism by family and community. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW can be submitted before deadline, but B. HINT OF DIFFICULTY: The university level topic is not so easy to complete C. ORIGINAL INPUT (can be a new point of action, a synthesis of different ideas, an increased values, or an unexpected connection) D.MEASURABLE VERBS & NOUNS: There are no adjectives or adverbs used. PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
48. 48. One-sentence Problem Statement SAMPLE 2 In one week, I will submit a 10page instruction leaflet with photos, French and Swahili text to show Ugandan villagers how to plant, process, and use moringa powder to lower infant mortality by 10% in six months. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
49. 49. 1 to 4 Parts of a Problem Statement SAMPLE 1 In one week, I will submit a 10-page instruction leaflet with photos, French and Swahili text to show Ugandan villagers how to plant, process, and use moringa powder to lower infant mortality by 10% in six months. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW 1. A SPECIFIC TIME LIMIT: When you will submit your output 2. A CLEAR OUTPUT: For practice, you are to produce a poster and a slideshow (attention, information, instruction) 3. A SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Specified beneficiaries and requirement to meet the need 4. A STRONG NEED: Urgent need of beneficiaries (hint of urgency) PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
50. 50. A to D Parts of a Problem Statement SAMPLE 1 A. VIABILITY – The output can In one week, I will submit a 10-page instruction leaflet with photos, French and Swahili text to show Ugandan villagers how to plant, process, and use moringa powder to lower infant mortality by 10% in six months. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW be submitted before deadline, but B. HINT OF DIFFICULTY: The university level topic is not so easy to complete C. ORIGINAL INPUT (can be a new point of action, a synthesis of different ideas, an increased values, or an unexpected connection) D. MEASURABLE VERBS & NOUNS: There are no adjectives or adverbs used. PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
51. 51. thesis statement •Example of a one-sentence problem statement •Example of a 1 x 3 thesis statement •Example of a 3 x 3 thesis statement See how a thesis statement can become a threelevel outline FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
52. 52. The Three-part Thesis Statement TOPIC SENTENCE 1 In five days, I will draft an A3-sized information poster with 10 photos and English text to show single teenage mothers how to continue their studies and survive financially amidst ostracism by family and community. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
53. 53. The Three-part Thesis Statement TOPIC SENTENCE 1 1x3 THESIS STATEMENT In five days, I will draft an A3-sized information poster with 10 photos and English text to show single teenage mothers how to continue their studies and survive financially amidst ostracism by family and community. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW Amidst ostracism by family and community, a teenage single mother can survive financially through aid from state organizations, from non-government organizations, and from charity foundations. PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
54. 54. The Three-part Thesis Statement TOPIC SENTENCE 2 In one week, I will submit a 10-page instruction leaflet photos, French and Swahili text to show Ugandan villagers how to plant, process, and use moringa powder to lower infant mortality and malnutrition in nursing mothers. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
55. 55. The Three-part Thesis Statement TOPIC SENTENCE 2 3x3 THESIS STATEMENT In one week, I will submit a 10-page instruction leaflet photos, French and Swahili text to show Ugandan villagers how to plant, process, and use moringa powder to lower infant mortality and malnutrition in nursing mothers. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW Ugandan villagers can cultivate moringa trees, process leaves to powder, and use moringa powder to lower infant mortality, increase nutrition of nursing mothers, and increase resistance to diseases that are common in the villages. PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
56. 56. bonus In writing the thesis statement, use theories, or principles to give strength to your ideas (See how). FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE USE THEORIES, LAWS OR PRINCIPLES THAT SUPPORT YOUR IDEAS INTEGRATE MAIN THEORY WITH THE TOPIC CUT FOR CONCISENESS LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
57. 57. What’s Next PPT: Research Proposal 1 - From Problem Statement to Thesis Statement is here. PPT: Research Proposal 2 - How to Defend Your Problem (or Thesis) Statement is here. PPT: Research Proposal 3 - The Three-Part Thesis Statement is here. PPT: How To Outline A Paper, Essay, or Proposal is here.
58. 58. STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM – STEP # 06 3 PROBLEM STATEMENTS  5 PARTS OF A PROBLEM STATEMENT  TARGET BENEFICIARY  SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY  USE A NOUN  USE AN ADJECTIVE  HINT A CHALLENGE  HINT AN URGENCY  PROBLEM STATEMENT  THESIS STATEMENT Image courtesy of fineartamerica.com
59. 59. END OF PRESENTATION Send comments or suggestions to mr.jaime.aiu@gmail.com THANK YOU FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED