Once you find some solutions to a problem, you must develop standards or criteria for judging them. This
analysis will help you discover the best solution.
For this analysis, you must discover the best solution for your problem. Please write at least two paragraphs
(300- to 400-words).
1. In the first paragraph, choose any of these two criteria for judging a solution and apply them to each
of your solutions: The idea is impractical. The idea is too expensive. The idea is illegal. The idea is immoral. The idea is inefficient. The idea is unworkable. The idea will be disruptive of existing procedures. The idea is unaesthetic (that is, ugly or lacking in taste). The idea challenges accepted beliefs. The idea is unfair (that is, it favors one side of the dispute without any evidentiary basis).
Following the example in research titled “Supporting Solutions with Research,” if the student who is
researching the connection between poverty and obesity looks at the criteria of “it is too expensive”
and “it is too impractical,” she will consider how each of these applies to all the solutions she has
discovered. With the urban garden example, she might find that it is both expensive (where will the
funds come from) and impractical (who will volunteer time to maintain this garden); but she might
find that offering healthy food at fast-food outlets is quite affordable and easy to maintain.
Please complete the same process of analysis for each of your solutions.
EN3220: Module 5 Research and Peer Review
Judging and Analyzing Solutions
2. In the second paragraph, state which solution you think is the best one for the problem you are
considering. Explain this solution in a bit more detail and explain how it is best in terms of cost,
practicality, efficiency, and other relevant reasons.
Submission Requirements: Submit your responses for grading in a Microsoft Word document. The analysis should be 300 to 400 words. Adhere to Standard English grammar, spelling, and punctuation requirements. Use 12-point Arial font and double-space.