Week 5 – Chapter 5 After reading Chapter 5: The Introduction draft a single open
Week 5 – Chapter 5
After reading Chapter 5: The Introduction draft a single opening sentence with a narrative hook for your grant proposal. See below information from Creswell Chapter 5.
‘In Terenzini and colleagues’ (2001) article, the first sentence accomplishes both primary objectives for an introduction: (a) piquing interest in the study and (b) conveying a distinct research problem or issue. What effect did this sentence have? Would it entice a reader to read on? Was it pitched at a level so that a wide audience could understand it? These questions are important for opening sentences, and they are called a narrative hook, a term drawn from English composition, meaning words that serve to draw, engage, or hook the reader into the study (Creswell p.108, 109)’.
-Discuss what makes it a good narrative hook.
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Submit the Draft of Section 1: Problem Statement – Purpose of the Study to receive feedback.
The submission should follow the instructions provided on the Grant Proposal (RFP), include the project problem statement/purpose of the study, include the theoretical framework in the last paragraph of Section 1 (Creswell p. 59 scriipt #4).
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