By writing out your proposal, your research will likely be more organized and focused. Also, by sitting down and thinking through the project, you will likely feel more prepared for

By writing out your proposal, your research will likely be more organized and focused. Also, by sitting down and thinking through the project, you will likely feel more prepared for the task of research and writing. Remember: you are not expected to have a decided opinion on the topic (or a conclusion/solution to the topic); rather, you are expected to display your current knowledge on the topic at this point and your means of becoming more of an expert on the subject that will lead you to the direction your essay, your focus, your audience, and your proposal will take. Your proposal should be (double spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt. font). Topic Proposal Final Draft RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContentTopic Proposal includes the requirements outlined in the assignment 30.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReadability, Clarity, CorrectnessLanguage use (sentence structure and vocabulary), grammar (pronoun/subject/verb agreement, consistent and appropriate use of verb tense and type and mechanics (punctuation, spelling, formatting) respect conventions of accepted edited English usage. Your finished version demonstrates careful editing and proofreading. All points will be earned if it is clear there has been attention given to presenting clear and correct writing. 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMLA FormattingThe paper is one full page, typed and double-spaced in easy-to-read 12 point font. Your pages are consistently numbered according to MLA style. Your student information (name, assignment typed, course section and number, date) is double-spaced and in the upper left hand corner of the first page. The paragraph spacing is accurate (no extra spacing between paragraphs). All points will be earned if your paper follows the MLA formatting guidelines outlined in Week 4’s module. 10.0 pts Total Points: 50.0 A topic proposal is written to persuade a specific reader to accept a project before major research is begun or while it is in its early stages. You’ve already begun to explore topics in recent discussion forums, so hopefully you already have a pretty good idea what you want to write about. The topic proposal provides a framework for how you plan to organize the process of writing your essay. Your proposal will introduce the persuasive research topic and explain why it is worth researching and writing about. Proposals should note your particular interest with the topic and how you will go about finding more information about and solutions to the topic (where you will look exactly—which databases, which websites, books, newspapers, etc.). By writing out your proposal, your research will likely be more organized and focused. Also, by sitting down and thinking through the project, you will likely feel more prepared for the task of research and writing. Remember: you are not expected to have a decided opinion on the topic (or a conclusion/solution to the topic); rather, you are expected to display your current knowledge on the topic at this point and your means of becoming more of an expert on the subject that will lead you to the direction your essay, your focus, your audience, and your proposal will take. Your proposal should be (double spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt. font).

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