This paper will be a creative effort. You may need to talk with others who have experience with the issue youâ€™re writing about or do some reading to ensure that your description of the problem is accurate. Your personal experience with the problem is very important, but you want to make sure it is typical of the problem you are describing. What you want to produce in this section will be similar to the first act of a play or the first part of a short story. You don’t have to resolve the issues you raise in your description. Instead, you will leave the people you describe in the midst of a dilemma they can’t seem to solve. Your major characters will probably be unhappy, stressed, frightened, or anxious.
For example, you may describe the struggles between a young girl with eating disorders and the conflicts it creates in her family. You want your description to capture the essence of what it is like for both the young girl and her parents as they struggle with this problem. You may have personal experience with this situation or you might have observed other individuals and families who have struggled with this issue. If you need to go to other sources, you can find published case studies that will help you tell an accurate story of a family in this situation. 300 to 400 words. Use APA formatting
(10 pts) Believability: Does the scenario capture the essence of the problem?
(10 pts) Complexity: Does the scenario go beyond a superficial understanding?
(10 pts) APA professional appearance (margins, font, headings, etc.)
(10 pts) Structure, organization, and flow
(10 pts) Grammar and spelling