THE PROGRAM OF STUDY – SLP2

    Hello, there were a few issues with the SLP 1 you did for me. Are you able to correct it with my professor’s note prior to completing this one? I have uploaded the assignment you did and my teacher’s note. 

    “You are off to a great start on this assignment! Please note, I have entered a “placeholder” grade for now, as this assignment is incomplete. I would like to give you the opportunity to resubmit this assignment based on the feedback provided. I will also email you this feedback so you are aware of the opportunity to resubmit.

    First, you are off to a good start on this assignment. However, this is only a partially complete paper. This assignment asks you to develop introduction, statement of problem, guiding questions, and strategy sections. So far, you have developed a nice introduction, but the other sections must be completed to meet the assignment criteria.”

    Required Reading
    Textbook

    Chapter 5: Analyzing and categorizing the Literature Critically
    Chapter 6: The Structure of the Literature Review

    Oliver, P. (2012). Succeeding with Your Literature Review: A Handbook for Students. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Education.

    In the Session Long Project (SLP), the goal is to complete an 7- to 9-page paper on a topic of interest that is directly related to your concentration. There are four components to the SLP, and you will complete one component within each module.
    Students are expected to incorporate any instructor feedback into each assignment. Instructor feedback received on your SLP 1 should be incorporated into your SLP 2.

    SLP Assignment
    SLP 1 included:

    Introduction: Identify the Topic (1 page)
    Statement of the Problem (1/2 page)
    Guiding Question(s) and Strategy (1 page)
    Reference List
    SLP 2 includes:

    Introduction: Identify the Topic (revised)
    Statement of the Problem (revised)
    Guiding Question(s) and Strategy (revised)
    Literature Review (3 4 pages)
    Reference List
    Conduct a literature review of 8 or more scholarly articles related to the topic/issue you have identified for your SLP. Please do not confuse a literature review with an annotated bibliography (a list of references). The literature review should be a discussion of the related literature, organized by topic or themes (not a list of the articles).

    A literature review includes synthesis, analysis, and critique of scholarly articles, textbooks, or other sources.

    There is a helpful Module 2 reading that can guide you through the development of a literature review:

    Chapter 5: Analyzing and categorizing the Literature Critically
    Chapter 6: The Structure of the Literature Review

    Oliver, P. (2012). Succeeding with Your Literature Review: A Handbook for Students. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Education

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