This guide is designed to help you find information on a variety of problems and their solutions. See Professor DDK's assignment below. Note that the topics listed are just a few examples; they are not intended to limit your choices.
Students will be working on a problem/solution essay focusing on a personal issue rather than a major social issue. Their topics will be things such as finding a job in a recession, paying for school, losing weight, procrastination, quitting smoking, potty training a toddler, overcoming anxiety, or buying a car. They will need at least 3 - 4 sources from the library databases. They can use a reliable web site and a personal interview, too. The essay should be 4 - 6 typed pages.
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