SUBJECT AREA Project Management
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Proposal
CREATED ON 2nd July 2018
COMPLETED ON 5th July 2018
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Proposal Idea and power point - Solar Panel energy

This proposal may require research from secondary sources, and if, you do that, you are obliged to use the MLA style of documentation (taught in English 101, the prerequisite for this course) to cite your sources. But what does it mean to cite your sources? Citing your sources means: Providing a Signal: Using signal phrases and in-text parenthetical documentation to indicate what parts of your text are summarized, paraphrased or quoted from outside sources Providing a Pathway: Using an MLA-formatted works cited page that helps your reader track down the information sources you used. Providing only a works cited page without using in-text parenthetical citations to distinguish your voice in your writing from the voices of others is still plagiarism, whether or not the omission is intentional. You need to keep this in mind when writing all the parts of your proposal, but be particularly careful if you are using outside sources to write descriptions of mechanisms. Advertisements and detailed descriptions of the features and functions of mechanisms abound. Be sure that if you use such data that you reframe, rewrite, summarize or paraphrase the information you use in terms of your CMAPP analysis, and that you signal that this information came from another source with MLA parenthetical citations and/or signal phrases (like “According to...”). Final Proposal Your final project will include writing a proposal in 7 - 10 pgs. Topic: Your choice; choose a situation/problem that is narrow enough to actually be resolved in 7 – 10 pages. See below. Purpose: to propose a valid solution to a situation/problem Audience: You must decide who your audience is and have a specific person in mind; that decision will affect what you put into the proposal and the tone you use in your writing. For example, if you are writing to the president of MCC your tone would be more formal than if you were writing to a fellow student. Format: Your proposal may be either external or internal, but except in rare cases will be unsolicited (see Chapter 11 for an explanation of these terms). Your proposal should contain the following sections: Transmittal Letter (if external) or Transmittal Memo (internal) containing an executive summary of the proposal An Introduction that lays out the problem you wish to solve and the background information necessary to understand this problem A Proposed Solution section that discusses in detail what you are suggesting to solve the problem A Benefits section that explains how the reader stands to gain from this solution, and that refutes objections the reader may have to the solution A Schedule that explains the timeline for implementation of the solution A Budget section that explains in detail the costs to the reader of the proposed solution An Authorization section (also known as an Action Request) that asks the reader for formal permission to begin work on the solution A Works Cited page in MLA format (if necessary). See the Purdue Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL) for guidance on this topic. Your proposal should also contain two of the following within it, although where in the proposal these items go is up to you: At least 500 words of process description(s) for the interested observer At least 500 words of mechanism description(s); note however, that the mechanism descriptions for the final project can be in a simplified format; see the Final Project Module for details At least 30 discrete steps (not counting repeated steps) of instructions Power Point You are required to use PowerPoint as your visual aid for your oral presentation. Once you have created it, you must provide an electronic copy through this link. Note: The PowerPoint slides should NOT be used as your final written proposal. The content of the PowerPoint is up to you, but it should considered be a visual aid, not used as a detailed written summary of your presentation.
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