Project #86678 - math Capstone topic

Written Assignment 1


Tips for Selecting a Capstone Topic:


This is the most difficult part of the Capstone course, deciding on a topic and selecting the major and sub questions that will enable you to achieve your goals. Select a topic you feel passionate about; something that has meaning to you, either personally or professionally. 




In addition to choosing a topic that you feel passionate about, you may also benefit from choosing a topic relevant to your work environment/field of experience. This is definitely worthwhile, as it will give you that extra backup to be able to interpret and answer your research questions.




Tips for Selecting Your Major Question and Sub Questions:


Select the major question that provides the most value to your personal and professional life. Do not underestimate the importance of selecting sub questions. Pay very close attention to how each sub question will answer your major question. Then, select sub questions that answer the major question most effectively, not those in which you are most interested.




Do not expect to find the answers to all your sub questions. You may have to tweak the questions, allowing the results to mesh with your intent.




Capstone Paper and Draft of Chapter 1


Regardless of what type of capstone project you choose to produce, you must submit an associated paper. For this assignment you are required to develop and submit a draft of the first chapter of your capstone paper, Chapter 1: Introduction.




This should be a draft only. Later in the course, you will finalize this particular chapter as part of your work in Module 6.




Organize your draft according to the outline below. In at least one solid paragraph for each subheading, prepare the following, using these headings:




  • Introduction to the Chapter:


Reveal your topic, state the gap in knowledge, creative process or problem, etc. that you are researching, investigating, or showcasing, and tell the reader what to expect.


  • Background of the Topic:


Relate only to societal, business, or artistic factors--NO personal factors. Cited literature should be included.


  • Problem Statement:


Identify the gap in knowledge, creative aspect, or problem. Ask the major question you are going to answer through your capstone project. Ask the sub questions you are going to use to answer the major question.( Optimum sub questions: 3-4) The data from these sub questions will be used to answer the major question.


  • Professional Significance of Your Work:

    Respond to the internal question: Why did I bother to produce this particular project? Be specific.


  • Overview of Methodology:


How do you expect to proceed in order to answer your sub questions? These sub questions answer the major question for you.


Note: If you are thinking about using surveys or questionnaires, check first with your mentor. Only 10% return is typical and the time it takes to devise such instruments combined with the amount of time it will take to received them back and analyze the results might not give you enough time to complete your project by the end of the semester.


  • Delimitations:


What are the boundaries of your project?


  • Definition of Terms:


Consider your audience; the readers may not know what you mean by the terms you use. They may be technical terms or ordinary words used in a specialized way. Do not use dictionary definitions. These terms are particular to your project. Explain them accordingly in bullet format.


  • Summary:

All the chapters in your paper, including your introduction, must have a concluding paragraph that serves as a summary. Do not add any new ideas or information to the summary.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 10/14/2015 12:00 am
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