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1By: Melody Lim, S4 Pearl Peter Park, S4 Amber ONE-WORLD ESSAY GUIDEBy: Melody Lim, S4 PearlPeter Park, S4 Amber
2CRITERIA A Problem statement Solution to problem Science behind the solution2 one-world factorAdvantages and disadvantages to the factorsProblem StatementSolutionScience behind the solution2 one-world factor (social, environment, economical, political, cultural, ethical)2 Advantages2 Disadvantages
3CRITERIA B APA Format Scientific Language 6 sources (reliable sources) is encouraged3 pictures/ table/ graph is encouragedAPA formatScientific languageAt least 6 SourcesReliable sourcesPictures, Tables, Graphs
4OUTLINE OF ESSAY Introduction ; problem statement Science Factor A ; solution; state which 2 one world factors you will focus onScience; explain how is science applied to make the solution; its effectivenessFactor A; one advantage (preferably 2); one disadvantage (preferably 2)Factor BConclusion; Overall statement- state whether it’s a good solution
5PROBLEM STATEMENT A statement to define a problem Eg.Note: This is NOT the main focus of the essay
6SOLUTION The scientific solution that is used to overcome the problem. Eg.Note: This is the main focus of the essay
7SCIENCE Explanation of how the solution is made Eg. Note: Use scientific words to explain
8ONE-WORLD FACTORSSocial- defined as “of or pertaining to the life, welfare, and relations of human beings in a community.”eg. Hazardous chemicals, death rates, preventions, social healthEconomical- defined as “pertaining to the production, distribution, and use of income, wealth, and commodities.”eg. Jobs created, cost, production.Environmental- is defined as “of, relating to, or associated with the environment.”eg. Living environments, ecosystems, water bodies, pollution
15CONCLUSIONFormulate your own opinion on the effectiveness of solution:A) Inject your own thoughtsB) Make a stand; is it a good solution?C) What can be done to overcome the disadvantages?
16SOURCES What is a reliable source? Governmental websites eg. IPCC, NASA, UNICEFOrganizations or companies eg. NovozymesUniversities eg. Cambridge, Maryland
17SIDE NOTES Essays are written in third-person perspective. - No I, Me, My.In-text citations are required for ALL information in the essay.This includes pictures, tables and charts.You have to keep within the word limit!