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It is a month before the end of eleventh grade and my English teacher drops a five to six page research paper on the class The topic of this research paper needed to be on one of the problems people face in America in todays society At the time I wanted nothing more than to go to the beach and be out of school for the summer Therefore I was anything but enthusiastic about this project Each individual in the class was to pick the topic of his or her research paper out of a basket Lucky for me I was given a topic that was very broad and allowed me to write about many different ideas My research topic was HomelessnessPeople often have certain views of homelessness because of how or where they are brought up In order to portray an accurate report it was necessary that I disregard these inaccurate claims from my report I needed to search for factual information or theories that are backed up by statistics or personal experiences This report required a great amount of work and attentionThe first step of the project was to gather general ideas to become more knowledgeable about the topic I went to the library and gathered facts from various books dealing with homelessness The books were somewhat helpful but they were unable to give me accurate statistics due to the fact that the books were written many years back Therefore I looked at articles that were dated recently in order to get my needed information At this point I had note card after note card of information but something was still lackingI needed to connect with my topic on a more personal level so my paper could be written with compassion and feeling Therefore I drove down to Center City Philadelphia to get a first-hand idea what homeless life is really like It took a lot of guts to walk over to homeless
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