Profetional WRITTTING REGARDING Covid-19 has on homeless and housing insecure communities in Florida. Learning Goal: I’m working on a english writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.
THE TOPIC IS ABOUT
Our selected issue is the impact Covid-19 has on homeless and housing insecure communities in Florida. This problem is important in the community because Tampa and the St. Petersburg metropolitan area has one of the highest rates of homelessness in the entirety of the U.S. In the same vein, many of the housing insecure in our area are low-income USF students.The housing crisis has hit our area very hard, with many previously affordable apartments and housing options, for students and regular residences alike, becoming unaffordable. Housing on campus is limited and forces many students to have to look off campus, which is becoming unrealistic for many students.
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EXERCISEThe goal of this exercise is for you to better understand the importance of putting the problem in context and grounding the problem in the world. In other words, what issue is happening here and now, and how the work your group is doing for your audience’s organization speaks to the scope of the problem.
Defining the scope of the problem sets the parameters and/or requirements for a solution. Properly defining the scope allows you to more accurately assess decision criteria (for example, costs) required to finish a project in a timely manner. Understanding the scope also allows your group to put the solutions/recommendation in context for the intended audience.
How you define the problem is the context in which your solutions/recommendation will be situated for your audience’s organization. In other words, it’s important for your group to clearly define the problem for your audience. How your group defines the problem through scope and research guides the rest of your group’s report. Don’t forget that the research you employ is imperative to the success of this project, so make sure your group has sources to support the information this exercise is asking you to provide.
Putting the problem in context by explaining its scope will require multiple paragraphs.
As stated in the report instructions, a problem statement describes a realistic explanation of a problem that your report intends to address. Each of the following sections should help the audience understand the scope of the problem and set up the rest of the report by grounding a particular problem in a real-world context. Write answers to the following questions as a way to make a connection between the identified problem and the report that your group is creating:
In as much detail as you can, write the background information for the issue at hand. The background information describes the context of the problem, which means you need to explain what the audience needs to know in order to understand why this problem is real. For example: Mental health awareness is a problem on college campuses (provide evidence)
Next, explain the problem locally. Do this by describing the problem in as much detail as you can. Make sure you answer, “What is happening here?” For example: Mental health awareness is a problem at USF (provide evidence)
Now describe the causes of the problem by writing in detail the factors that contribute to the problem’s occurrence. In other words, address why the problem is happening in the first place. For example: The causes of the problem at USF include (provide evidence)
Lastly, you need to note the impacted population by considering and describing the people that are most directly impacted by the problem you have mentioned. Write specifically about who the problem is happening to, and target a local population that could benefit from your solutions/recommendation. Remember, the population you identify should be one the audience’s organization can affect by enacting a solution, so be specific. For example: The impacted population at USF includes the following (include evidence such as a survey or other primary research that expresses the perspective of your targeted population)
After you have written these responses to the above things, write this information in an outline that works well for your group. You should use this exercise as a way to address the problem statement section of your report, and it’s good practice to consider how every group member may respond to this prompt.