2. Set off this section of your ELP-Paper with the word Intr

2. Set off this section of your ELP-Paper with the word Introduction on the first line, on the left side of your page. this is my thesis statement ‘Mozart expressed his great talent as a versatile classical musical composer’ write one paragraph on each what, why and how. 3. The Introduction section of the ELP paper includes: WHAT – The introductory paragraph that includes the Thesis Statement – as stated on your ELP Contract on page two. WHY – The Rationale for this research-ELP-Paper. This is on your ELP Contract – page one. Clearly state your PURPOSE for doing this research. – For example: The rationale for doing this Experiential Learning Project is …………………………………………… How -The Summary of the Design. How did you conduct your research. Clearly state the Design of the Research – For example: The design of this research was to use books, journal articles, databases, ………. in order to collect expert research on this topic. This following statement must be included in the Summary of Design paragraph: The ELP-Experiential Research Data Entries contains the personal research of the writer of this paper. All research was conducted from …..(start date)….. to ….( finish date) . 4. The Introduction must be written in the third person using clear and concise language. It should pass the ‘Grandmother Test.’ In other words, anyone’s Grandmother should be able to read your Introduction and immediately understand the what (Thesis statement), why (Rationale), and how (Design of Research) of your ELP-Paper. 5. Directions for format of the document. Length – one to two pagesUse Times New Roman type at 12 Pts.Use one inch margins on all sides of the document.Double-space all lines.Indent the first word of each paragraph. SAMPLE #1. by: Brenda Rossi – Spring 2010 Human Potential Introduction Ludwig van Beethoven, more commonly referred to simply as Beethoven, was one of the most celebrated and influential composers of all time. His breadth of work spanned two major eras in Western classical music, the classical and romantic eras. In addition to these musical eras, his work spanned two major periods in his own life. These periods included the time in which he was able to hear and the period where his hearing was impaired. The onset of Beethoven’s hearing impairment, at the age of 28 until he was deaf, had little to no effect on his productivity and the quality of his music. The bulk of his musical catalog was created during the years that his hearing declined. The rationale for doing this Experiential Learning Project is to learn more about this artist. The goal is to educate the reader on the obstacles that Beethoven experienced during his life and how his impairment did not impact the quality of his music. The research contained within this paper will be used to support the thesis and provide examples for the reader. The design of the research for this project focused on two areas: expert research and personal research through experiencing the art produced by Beethoven. The expert research was used to 2. Set off this section of your ELP-Paper with the word Introduction on the first line, on the left side of your page. 3. The Introduction section of the ELP paper includes: WHAT – The introductory paragraph that includes the Thesis Statement – as stated on your ELP Contract on page two. WHY – The Rationale for this research-ELP-Paper. This is on your ELP Contract – page one. Clearly state your PURPOSE for doing this research. – For example: The rationale for doing this Experiential Learning Project is …………………………………………… How -The Summary of the Design. How did you conduct your research. Clearly state the Design of the Research – For example: The design of this research was to use books, journal articles, databases, ………. in order to collect expert research on this topic. This following statement must be included in the Summary of Design paragraph: The ELP-Experiential Research Data Entries contains the personal research of the writer of this paper. All research was conducted from …..(start date)….. to ….( finish date) . 4. The Introduction must be written in the third person using clear and concise language. It should pass the ‘Grandmother Test.’ In other words, anyone’s Grandmother should be able to read your Introduction and immediately understand the what (Thesis statement), why (Rationale), and how (Design of Research) of your ELP-Paper. 5. Directions for format of the document. Length – one to two pagesUse Times New Roman type at 12 Pts.Use one inch margins on all sides of the document.Double-space all lines.Indent the first word of each paragraph. SAMPLE #1. by: Brenda Rossi – Spring 2010 Human Potential Introduction Ludwig van Beethoven, more commonly referred to simply as Beethoven, was one of the most celebrated and influential composers of all time. His breadth of work spanned two major eras in Western classical music, the classical and romantic eras. In addition to these musical eras, his work spanned two major periods in his own life. These periods included the time in which he was able to hear and the period where his hearing was impaired. The onset of Beethoven’s hearing impairment, at the age of 28 until he was deaf, had little to no effect on his productivity and the quality of his music. The bulk of his musical catalog was created during the years that his hearing declined. The rationale for doing this Experiential Learning Project is to learn more about this artist. The goal is to educate the reader on the obstacles that Beethoven experienced during his life and how his impairment did not impact the quality of his music. The research contained within this paper will be used to support the thesis and provide examples for the reader. The design of the research for this project focused on two areas: expert research and personal research through experiencing the art produced by Beethoven. The expert research was used to

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