Description Understanding and Creating a Problem of Practice 1. In the attached Instruction document you will see Order Instructions which will have what to include in each contribution. 2. When it comes to responses, say something substantive. Each response should be unique not repetitive. Back your opinions up by relevant facts. 3. Responses should reference the attachments and assignment readings. Use provided APA citing sources to avoid plagiarism to make your argument seem more legitimate – it makes your point stronger. No vaqueness -much detail – no wordiness. 4. Don’t procrastinate. Follow instruction. Make sure each question/point are answered. Attention to detail and quality is priority. 5. Prior to starting, ask any/all question if you’re confused about the instructions. 5. Before finalizing work: review work for clarity and tone. Write in clear, complete sentences. Use proper transition to connect in writing. Check grammar (Grammerly), spelling, and no wordiness – factual – to the point.