Posted: June 23rd, 2015
Students are expected to submit a 5-6 page Project Proposal that will contain the following: (a) A tentative title relating to the topic chosen for the Final Project (b) A clear articulation of the global problem or issue that will be focussed on for the Final Project (c) A brief justification explaining the rationale for the Final Project choice made (d) A concise thesis statement describing the position or argument that will be made in the Final Project (e) A short description outlining the approach that will be taken in developing the Final Project (f) A list of 6 annotated references which will be used for developing and supporting arguments made in the Final Project. Each annotated reference should be single spaced and approximately 120-150 words (i.e. less than a half a page). It should indicate: (i) the main argument of the source/reference (ii) the method that the author(s) use to support the argument (iii) the strength/weaknesses of the methods used by the author(s) in support of the position espoused (iv) brief explanation of how and why the article will be used for the Final Project. The Project Proposal is designed to help students prepare for the writing of their Final Project, as this is the main writing project for the course. As such, detailed feedback will be provided with the purposes of improving writing structure, style, technique and building critical thinking skills with the objective to facilitate an overall appreciation of course content.
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