Posted: January 4th, 2017
The purpose of a proposalis to highlight standout ideas, and to do so in a manner that can convince an audience to support a project. Proposals delivered in a workplace are often part of a competitive process in which the strongest proposal is offered the business. In these contexts, effective word choice and professional delivery define the effective communication of an idea. Yourresearch proposal will be presented as a sentence outline. As the name suggests, the sentence outline presents complete thoughts in complete sentences as opposed to phrases. In each section of the proposal, choose ideas with the goal of persuading your reader to believe that you are interested in the topic and ready to learn how to develop the topic into a project. Use a complete sentence to provide the response to each of the questions below.You can use first person. Use APA documentation for the final section of the proposal to document any sources referenced in your proposal. Remember to put at least two items at any given level of the outline, as shown in this template and the sample proposal. I. Introduction A. Topic 1) What is your research question? 2) What is your working thesis? (It answers your research question and defines the direction of your argument.) 3) What is your angle on the topic? (Your angle is your unique perspective or view on the issue.) B. Context 1) Justify for your reader why the topic is important. 2) Justify for your reader why you are the one to write about it. What do you bring to the topic? C. Audience 1) Who is your primary audience? (These are the readers who would be best affected by what you have to say. They can be readers of an existing publication.) 2) Who is your secondary audience? (Identify this audience as your professor and fellow students.) 3) Does your audience share your opinions and values? (Determine if the audience is on your side or if they may be skeptical.) II. Evidence A. What research have you gathered so far? (What have you found that supports your purpose and angle?) B. What research do you need to gather? (What other kinds of information will you need as support? What will you use to represent the opposing view?) III. Conclusion (What are you proposing to achieve with your project? What would you like
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