chapter 3. Presenting the Problem. Chapter Outline. Choosing the title Writing the introduction Stating the research problem Presenting the research hypothesis Operationally defining your terms Basic assumptions, delimitations, and limitations Justifying the significance of the study
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Presenting the Problem
If your introduction does not catch the reader’s attention, your thesis won’t be read!
In groups of 3 to 5, refer to the abstract on the handout, and perform these tasks:
Learning activity from Instructor’s Guide
Think about who will read your title.
Enter your group’s title:
Write your statement of the problem:
The introduction should make the problem statement obvious!