In Module 7 you will complete an Veterans Advocate Letter assignment containing three parts:
- 1-2 page letter (350 words or so) about an issue impacting veterans and/or their families
- Annotated bliography of at least 10 sources that you consulted while writing the letter.
- cited correctly in MLA or APA format
- After Each source describe briefly how it pertains to your issue (see example below)
First, you need to find an issue that matters to you and/or people you care about.
- Never written a letter before? That’s more and more common these days. Here is a guide from the APA.
- This handout is a brief timeline of major historical/legislative events that have impacted the lives of returning veterans. Try to think about each item on the list within the context of macro-level phenomena as public attitudes and social movements related to veterans as well as on the micro-level in areas such as interpersonal relationships and individual wellbeing.
- Listen to this podcast about the PACT Act, aka “the Burnpit Bill.” Pay attention to how the host meticulously breaks down the issue, separating fact from fiction. You need to do this with your chosen issue.
- Here is an example of a Veterans Advocate Letter that exceeded the standards. And here is the rubric that will be used to assess your work.
- Here are some sites that will introduce you to the major issues impacting members of the military/veteran community:
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