Pro Position Proposal

  • Link (PDF): Pro-Position Proposal Sample
  • Link (Word doc): Pro-Position Proposal Template
  • Minimum of 3 articles (academic or credible online sources; 1 source will be from your discussion posting this week.)

Apply the following writing resources to your assignment:

  • Link (multimedia presentation): Citing References in Text (Links to an external site.)
  • Link (website): APA Citation and Writing (Links to an external site.)

Instructions
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:

  • Subject
  • Research Question
  • Claim
  • Research Plan
  • Synthesis Matrix (Add the 3 pro sources.)
  • Reference Page

For an example proposal, refer to pages 269-270 of our textbook.

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