How Is Your Proposal Going? Are you feeling good about how your proposal is deve

How Is Your Proposal Going?
Are you feeling good about how your proposal is developing? Now that you have worked on understanding the background of the topic, developing a question, and finding a survey instrument, do any of these moving parts need to be tweaked? If you answered yes, you are not alone. Hilton et al. (2020) reminds us, “… that rewriting and revision are an inherent part of the writing process. Few writers are capable of making the first draft the final draft. Most writers, especially professional writers, must rewrite their material several times before they consider it to be clear, comprehensible, and smooth” (p. 559). You will have the opportunity to hone your proposal and make any needed revisions.
Reference
Hilton, T. P., Fawson, P. R., Sullivan, T. J., DeJong, C. R. (2020). Applied social research: A tool for the human services (10th ed.). Springer.
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This week, you will review the development of your proposal; identify both the strengths and areas that could be improved with revision.
TO DO LIST
What You Need To Know: Read about writing in the human services and writing support resources.
Discussion: Discuss strengths and areas for improvement in the capstone project and provide peer feedback.
Discussion Overview
Identify the strengths of your proposal so far and what could be improved and provide feedback for your peers.
What You Need to Know
Writing in Human Services
This week you are focused on revising your next Capstone Project component. The readings this week focus on writing as a human service, both academic and professional—what constitutes strong writing in grant proposals, reports, and academic papers.
Hilton, T. P., Fawson, P. R., Sullivan, T. J. & DeJong, C. R. (2020). Applied social research: A tool for the human services (10th ed.). Springer.
Holmes, B., Waterbury, T., Baltrinic, E., & Davis, A. (2018). Angst about academic writing: Graduate students at the brink. Contemporary Issues in Education Research (Online), 11(2), 67–72.
Chapter 17, “Writing for Research: Grant Proposals and Report Writing,” pages 535–565.
In Chapter 2, “Writing Processes of Research Papers,” read the section “From writing to think to drafts to finished papers,” pages. 79–87.
Writing Support at Capella
Keep in mind that there are a number of options available for support with your writing.
Refer to the Writing Process resource from the Capella Writing Center for more guidance.
Plan ahead for writing support. Refer to the Capella Writing Center Writing Support resource to view your support options.
Write Your Discussion Post
Strengths and Areas for Improvement in Your Proposal
In your initial post, identify the strengths of your proposal so far and what could be improved.
What is the best written aspect of your developing proposal (for example, the problem statement or program objective statement, the background on the problem, the question, the application of theory or the selection of a survey)?
What aspect of the proposal development would benefit from revision (for example the problem statement or program objective statement, the background on the problem, the question, the application of theory or the selection of a survey)?
What steps will you take to make revision before submission of the Week 8 Assignment (The Question, Theory and Survey Instrument Selection)?

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