Proposal_to_Solve_a_Problem3_Sp_x09

Proposal_to_Solve_a_Problem3_Sp_x09 - English 1B Craig Lore...

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English 1B Craig Lore Proposal to Solve a Problem Out-of-Class Essay To start, you need to identify a problem. The problem must be one that is personal to you. Do not choose a problem, for example, that has widespread, popular controversy such as the Iraq War, abortion, the death penalty, medical marijuana, or the like. Your topic should be along the lines of your Wonder Question, something that has been bugging you for some time. Remember, Trimble states that you need to make your topics small enough to manage. Therefore, your problem must contain a personal experience as part of the essay discussion. Finding and managing a problem: List organizations or groups to which you belong. Use a brainstorming technique to identify potential problems within each of these groups Review your list of problems and choose one that interest you and that you would most like to find a solution for Developing your proposal: Analyze the problem—Ask yourself these questions: o Does it really exist? o What caused the problem? o What are the negative consequences? o
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