The goal of the proposal is to create a working thesis statement and basic research plan that considers context, audience, purpose, and presents potential sources. A proposal is not an outline, as it does not structure the paper. Rather, a proposal offers direction for research needs and gives your professor an opportunity to provide feedback before the drafting process.
Access the Pro-Position Proposal Template and complete the six required sections:
– Research Question
– Research Plan
– Synthesis Matrix (Add the 3 pro sources.)
– Reference Page
For an example proposal, refer to pages 269-270 of our textbook.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
– Length: 1-1.5 pages (not including title page & reference page)
– 1-inch margins
– Double spaced
– 12-point Times New Roman font
– Title page
– Reference page (3 articles)
This activity will be graded based on the Proposal Grading Rubric.
Course Outcomes (CO): 1, 3, 4
Due Date: By 11:59 p.m. MT on Sunday