An instructor may require a proposal paper from you for more extensive research projects, term papers, or just for the sake of gathering experience. Even if this is not a required first step, writing a proposal should be part of your plan when you take on a large or extensive research project or paper.
Its purpose and structure is pretty basic. The purpose of a proposal paper is essentially to explain the project you’re taking on and run it by your professor. If your professor requires it, it is likely you will not be allowed to continue until you’ve received his or her approval for your task. There is not really a set-in-stone standard as to what your proposal should look like in the way of style and format, but there are a few things it should address in the text.
Here is the most basic purpose of your proposal. Tell your instructor what you’re going to do and why it’s a good idea.
Here you will go into far more specific detail as to how you will produce the best, most well researched content possible given the resources available to you.
Many reviewers will expect the standard one-inch margin, Times New Roman, double-spaced, title page, abstract, all of the things you usually see in a formal paper. But many will have their own specifications. If your reviewer or instructor doesn’t let you know at the beginning, be sure to find out exactly what sort of formatting they expect from you.
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