Got it. :)
A full, single-spaced page for an abstract? Holy Abstract, Batman. Abstracts are, by definition, a brief overview of the contents of a written work...usually 100-150 words maximum. It's virtually impossible to write an abstract that length (400-500 words) without first writing the paper and then essentially paraphrasing it. I will do my best on that for you, but I will not have the paper written ahead of the abstract date so one of the detail required will be a little difficult.
That I can do, with no problem at all. So one of that length, just single-spaced, will be okay with your instructor?
Gotcha. I will stretch it as much as I'm able by working to outline everything I'm doing on the paper ahead of time. That is just so bizarre. I love these instructors that don't know anything about actual composition and invent "APA" requirements. *sigh*
Thank you for keeping me updated. :)