Using the feedback you received from your instructor and colleagues over the last few weeks, you will now revise your rough draft into your final research paper. As you revise, feel free to continue to expand your paper by adding additional supporting evidence and analysis where you see a need. Have you incorporated the information related to technology, corrections, and any theories or policies related to the issue you are researching?
Your final draft must be no less than 4 pages, not including the reference page. It must be longer and more refined than your Unit 3 Individual Project. This paper must follow APA style format, and include in-text citations and a reference page. Be sure to proofread your final paper and run the spell and grammar checkers before submitting.
this is a good introductory rough draft to a proposed problem that is worth exploring and investigating at a research level. Now you will now take this IP3 and build upon it for your IP4 paper. You can do that by expanding the annotated bibliography by turning it into a complete literature review. Be sure to use the template provided in UNIT 4 marked IP4 TEMPLATE. Below are administrative recommendations that should be applied to future writings. Keep up the good work.
The research proposal is missing a hypothesis, although there is a facsimile of one. Writing a hypothesis is a process:
(1) First, identify what the problem is.
(2) Second, make an educated guess as to what the relationship is between variables (issues).
(3) Third, create a hypothesis (which is explained below).
A hypothesis will compare ideas. For example, a hypothesis can be written like this:
“If [this is done], then [this will happen].”
This is a simple prediction. As an example:
“If [a water spigot is turned on], then [water will come out of the facet].”
As an example in Criminal Justice:
“If [drug addicts receive treatment], then [they are less likely to commit burglaries].”
Fill in the blanks with the information from your own proposed experiment. Notice that these statements contain the words: if and then. They are necessary in a formal hypothesis. In a formalized hypothesis, a tentative relationship is stated or an educated guess is stated. Your hypothesis should be something that you can test. It’s called a testable hypothesis. In other words, you need to be able to measure “what is done” and “what will happen next.” Here are two good websites that describes how to write a hypothesis: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0QmECZPnLPhdU9JWTZDSjNWZms/view?usp=sharing (3 point).
This assignment produced a rough draft of the body of a proposed research paper. It presented a clear focus on the problems and provided a tentative solution. The references were acceptable scholarly sources as support of the ideas that were presented. As required, it presented an introduction to the problem that was followed by bodies of paragraphs that focused on the students analysis of the situation (with key points appropriately noted). In theory, this would continue to be modified over a longer period of time that is generally not available in undergraduate studies. This is an introductory rough draft to a proposed problem that is worth investigating.
TEMPLATE ATTACHED AS WELL AS PREVIOUS DRAFT