Question and Rationale

Introduction, Question and Rationale for the Project

Introduction The introduction discusses the context of the project, explains the rationale for why you have selected and created this project, and describes the purpose of the project. It also explains the problem you hope to address through your project (usually about one page).)

Research Question State your research question.

Relation to Middle Level Philosophy and Literature This literature review describes the middle level academic literature that provides a foundation for your project. It makes connections from the academic literature to the middle level standards and your academic goals along with selected NETS-T standards if applicable. Much of the literature will come directly from the strand readings but outside readings may also be included. In this section you will want to justify your choice of technology for your project (usually about two pages).

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