ACTION PLAN- CHAPTER 3
Research Plan- MUST BE in APA 6th Edition including all references-please do not bid if you are not proficient in this.
[Forchaper number three, add an action plan. In this section, you will address the specific change you want to make in your specific context. Chapters 1 & 2 have been completed and will be supplied as a reference to the writer that defines and describe a field/topic that deserves attention that carries social significance. Carefully craft a narrative that addresses the social change that needs to be brought to the community.
Explain briefly what this change is and why you want to see this change take place. If you see the research question(s) are appropriate for y, please write it/them.]
Drawing from the goals narrated, design an action plan for this project.
Provide as many details as possible in this plan. You may use a chart to map out eight weeks of the action plan. This plan will guide one through the project, so spend enough time to prepare and write the logistical action plans to have a clear direction for the project.
Once you have made the chart/table for the eight weeks, provide a rationale for the actions you plan on taking. This is where you will have to explain the method of the project. ( The action steps will be provided to the writer to follow the theme)
Resources to find different methods that are commonly used in action research will be provided but you are not limited to those guidelines. Find a way to explain why you are conducting your research in the way you have planned THAT is a method, relevant to the topic. Therefore, you need to support your method by giving reasons for its unique and appropriate nature for the project.
Be sure to include who your research participants are, what you are actually doing, how you are carrying out the action, and when this project took/taking (time frame) place.]
[Project Measurements] (This section will also be provided to writer-so communication back and forth is important)
[In this section, you will have to describe what you are measuring in your project to provide results. In the design of your project plan, you may want to think about how you can measure the successes/failures of your proposed project. Once you have determined what to measure, you will have to explain how you will measure them. Like the section above, you are the expert in your project; explain why you chose to measure what you want to measure and the methods with which you are measuring your projects outcome. Share with the reader the logic and thought process behind the measurements of your project. (This section will also be provided to writer-so communication back and forth is important)