Problem Statement Boxes


Problem Statement
Identify/Generate the principle
Time: variable

You can use these boxes much the way you use Argument Boxes, as a form for students to fill in when they're reading and attempting to identify the parts of the problem statement, or when they're writing and attempting to generate the parts. It's a good way to make sure that they have all of the parts.

A problem statement boxes handout that maps the logical connections between the parts of the problem statement is available here in Word format. A handout explaining the logical connections is here.


Prelude

 

Stable Context

 

Status Quo


Destabilizing Moment

 

Consequences

 

Resolution