This essay focuses on additional research or follow-up questions.Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Submit your short answers in a Microsoft Word document.
· Then, consider the question you posed in the observation journal, which you submitted in Module Four. How could others build upon this question through additional research or follow-up questions? Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Submit your short answers in a Microsoft Word document. Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value Engagement of Response Response reflects on the advancement and evolution of social science inquiry, explains why advancement is important, and reflects on how others might build off previous questions.
Response provides general reflection on the advancement of social science inquiry, but is missing specific tie-backs to previous questions Does not provide reflection on the advancement of social science inquiry 40 Completeness of Response Provides focused responses and/or reflections to all questions posed Provides responses and/or reflections to some but not all questions posed Does not provide a response or reflection to any question posed 40 Communicates Clearly Clearly communicates key ideas and thoughts in a short answer response Response needs clarification in order to support understanding of key ideas and thoughts Response is not legible and key ideas or thoughts are not understandable
in a government census or previous scientific studies).
If you are exploring a novel research question, you’ll probably need to collect primary data. But if you want to synthesize existing knowledge, analyze historical trends. It is or identify patterns on a large scale, secondary data might be a better choice.
Firstly, be sure
Secondly, be creative
Thirdly, be steady
Further, be great
Further, be cautious