Identify and present a detailed discussion and critique of Lewin’s 3-Stage Model of Change
 Peerreviewed papers from reputable journals sourced through the library 
– Conference papers, theses etc – best to find subsequent papers from those authors
 Websites are NOT credible/reputable sources
 Just describing a theory or concept or listing the steps of a model does not qualify for an essay
– even if you sprinkle those steps/descriptions with various authors
– it is still only a description/explanation
 Make sure you know what a thesis statement is 
– Part of the introduction
 Dont waffle 
– writing general statements and sprinkling them with references is not an acceptable essay
 Make sure you reference relevant sources
– don’t just put in references to make it look like you have read widely without knowing the context of the paper
 If you put forward your opinion/reflection it needs to be informed and substantiated by research
– Logical explanation of why you arrived at your opinion
 Do NOT underline, CAPITALIZE, italicize or bold any words within your text 
– This is very distracting and annoying • Use figures and graphs only to clarify a point
 Ensure you provide an argument 
– Should be part of your thesis statement
– Then find papers for and against your argument
– Then you make your pointDocument Preview:

Identify and present a detailed discussion and critique of HYPERLINK “https://study.com/academy/lesson/lewins-3-stage-model-of-change-unfreezing-changing-refreezing.html” Lewin’s 3-Stage Model of Change • Peer-reviewed papers from reputable journals sourced through the library – Conference papers, theses etc – best to find subsequent papers from those authors • Websites are NOT credible/reputable sources • Just describing a theory or concept or listing the steps of a model does not qualify for an essay   – even if you sprinkle those steps/descriptions with various authors – it is still only a description/explanation • Make sure you know what a thesis statement is – Part of the introduction • Don’t waffle – writing general statements and sprinkling them with references is not an acceptable essay • Make sure you reference relevant sources – don’t just put in references to make it look like you have read widely without knowing the context of the paper • If you put forward your opinion/reflection it needs to be informed and substantiated by research – Logical explanation of why you arrived at your opinion • Do NOT underline, CAPITALIZE, italicize or bold any words within your text – This is very distracting and annoying • Use figures and graphs only to clarify a point • Ensure you provide an argument – Should be part of your thesis statement – Then find papers for and against your argument – Then you make your point based on the evidence from those papers • Each paragraph should address one point – with supporting and opposing evidence – Every sentence within that paragraph has to relate to that point • Use linking/transition words to link your paragraphs so the essay had a logical flow • Write for someone who has no idea about the topic you are talking about – this will show your detailed understanding of 5 the topic area Connecting the dots:

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