Assignment:Research and synthesize viable solutions for a social problem that we have discussed throughout the course.Be sure that you:Define the aspect of the social problem you wish to addressResearch the social problem and the aspect you wish to addressDevelop at least 3 feasible solutions Discuss what problems your solutions might causeDetermine which of your posed solutions would be the best choice and discuss why800 words minimumGrading RubricDefining10pts: Student has accurately and thoroughly defined the selected social problem7pts: Student has attempted to define the selected social problem but has not done so accurately and/or completely 0pts: Student has not attempted to define the selected social problem at allResearching10pts: Student as specified and researched at least one aspect for which a solution will be developed7pts: Student as not specified an aspect for which a solution will be developed, but has researched the larger social problem as a whole.0pts: Student has not specified or researched an aspect of the social problem nor the social problem itself. Solutions10pts: Student has developed at least THREE different feasible solutions 8pts: Student has developed at least TWO different feasible solutions5pts: Student has developed at least ONE different feasible solution0pts: Student has not developed any feasible solutionsProblems10pts: Student has thoroughly discussed the possible problems associated with ALL of their solutions 8pts: Student has thoroughly discussed the possible problems associated with MOST of their solutions 5pts: Student has attempted to discuss the problems associated with ALL of their solutions but has not thoroughly done so0pts: Student has not attempted to discuss the problems associated with their solutionsBest Solution10pts: Student has specified their best solution and has thoroughly discussed why that option was chosen8pts: Student has specified their best solution and has attempted but has not adequately discussed why that option was chosen5pts: Student has specified their best solution but has made no attempt to discuss why that option was chosen0pts: Student has not specified their best solutionWord Limit10pts Student has met or exceeded 600 words8pts Student has at least 500 words but fewer than 6006pts Student has at least 400 but fewer than 5004pts Student has at least 300 words but fewer than 4000pts Student has fewer than 300 words  A students solution should be deemed as feasible if it could at all possibly work in reality. Consequences for the solution should not be taken into account on this measure. Most is more than 50%
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