The proposal was a preliminary outline, now you need something a bit more detailed and specific to guide you in the writing process. Your outline will include: The introduction, literature review, methodology, findings, and your conclusion.
This will include a background to the study, and a detailed thesis statement. You will then clarify the purpose of the study. You will then need to give concise definitions of the related terms in the project. You should also provide a hint of your expected final results.
This is a short paper that will introduce the topic of your dissertation and formulate a plan as to how you intend on writing it. Some colleges don’t require a proposal, even if they don’t write one anyway it will help you to write more effectively. These are the things that you should address in your proposal:
These are all important questions for making a decision to study the topic at hand. Spend some time brainstorming so that you choose a theme that is unique and valuable. You don’t want your questions to be too complex that you can’t answer them effectively. The question that you choose should lead you to a hypothesis that you can test and then prove with strong arguments.
Before you start writing your proposal, discuss different topics with your supervisor.
Your research will determine how well your project develops. It has to be effective and methodical, because you don’t want to waste time analyzing and reading information that is irrelevant. Here are some tips to assist you with this stage.