The general sections of your model include the purpose or mission, the context, the inputs or resources, the activities or interventions, the outputs or proof the activities were done, and the effects or results. For example, the Community Tool Box uses this diagram to illustrate these sections: Link http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/overview/models-for-community-health-and-development/logic-model-development/main
Using the drawing tools in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Visio to create a logic model for your program design. Then, in a 1-2 page paper, expand on each section of your model to thoroughly explain the intentions of your program
Teachers thought on my first paper
There are 2 pieces of this module: the logic model and the paper that explains the logic model. The paper you submitted (Program Design.doc) can be considered your logic model. Even though it is not in the format with the boxes and arrows, it discusses each component of the logic model. Now you need to thoroughly discuss each component in a 1-2 page paper, explaining the information you provided in the logic model.