This is the third activity (of 5) toward the semester-long Final PBL Project. This 3rd activity is the submission of your PBL Draft paper (a minimum of 4 pages, double-spaced type) in the Assignment folder for review by your instructor. The 4th activity is to also submit your draft paper in the PBL Draft Discussion for review by your fellow students. See Module 5 for more information on the 4th activity – PBL Draft Discussion.
The three purposes of the PBL Draft Paper assignment are to demonstrate your ability to
think critically about and analyze a real life issue or problem that impacts one’s sexuality or sexual rights that you have researched using 6-8 referenced journal articles and professional sources.
reflect on a reasonable solution(s) for improving the quality of one’s sexual rights.
provide your initial research and writing for your instructor and fellow student’s review. You will then use their feedback to improve and prepare your PBL Final Paper (5th activity) for submission.
For complete details on the format of the PBL Draft Paper, click on this link: PBL Draft Paper Guidelines. Also click and review the PBL Draft Paper Rubric to see how your draft paper will be evaluated by your instructor. How to access rubrics is found on the Course Rubrics page listed in the Syllabus Module.
The Problem-based Learning Draft Paper consists of three activities:
First submit a copy of your draft as a .rtf, .doc, or .docx file in the Assignment folder by the due date listed in the Course Schedule. Your instructor will then begin reviewing your draft using the PBL Final Paper Draft Rubric to give you feedback for improvement. This rubric is also found in the Course Rubrics page listed in the Start Here! Module.
Post your Problem-based Learning Draft Paper in the PBL Draft Paper Peer Review Discussion to get feedback from your fellow students. See the Course Schedule found in the Course Schedule for the due date to post your draft in the discussion. Also review the requirements for you participation in the Peer Review Discussion found in Module 5.
Use your fellow student’s feedback from the Peer Review Discussion and your instructor’s feedback found on your PBL Draft Paper assignment folder to improve your Draft before submitting it as your final paper.
The paper should have the following headings and subheadings. Do not include a cover page or abstract. The PBL Paper is not a formal APA research paper. Your paper should contain detailed content for each of the 4 sections of the paper.
First page in the upper left corner, your name and in the upper right corner, the page number. These should be headers on each page of your paper.
Centered on the first page is the title of your paper.
Section 1: Description of the Problem. (Provide the evidence and relate it to one or more of the WAS Sexual Rights. This is also your thesis statement.)
Section 2: Opposing Viewpoints. (Clearly explain all of the viewpoints. This is where the experiences of the victim are explained. Other viewpoints are families, perpetrator, government, schools, economic/workforce issues, and/or anyone else that is impacted by the situation or helps to create the sexual rights problem.
Section 3: Explanation of Sexual Rights Infringement (Explain why the sexuality or sexual health problem is an issue or infringement of one’s rights. Include more information about WAS, the sexual right and why it is an infringement.
Section 4: Solution to the Problem. (The solution should demonstrate your critical thinking, analysis and synthesis of the information to develop a workable and realistic solution for solving the problem. This section should include what is currently being proposed or being initiated by others (government and advocacy groups) as a solution and YOUR solution (minimum of two paragraphs).
The PBL Draft Paper must reflect the analysis and synthesis of information from 6-8 sources which includes the WAS website and Hyde & DeLamater text. At least four sources must come from professional journals, government documents or books found in a library or CCCOnline library database. Do not use Wikipedia as a credible source.
Total Points: 80
XI. Write and speak clearly and logically in presentations and essays about topics related to psychology.
XII. Demonstrate the ability to select and apply contemporary forms of technology to solve problems or compile information in the study of psychology.
XIII. Read, analyze, and apply to new situations written material related to the study of psychology.
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