1. What is the basic format for proposal? Intro, problem analysis, plan for solving the problem, benefits of the plan, and conclusion.
2. Where are proposals used? To explore problems and offer plans for solving problems.
3. What are the steps for inventing your proposal’s content? Inquiring, state proposal, narrow topic purpose, and find angle.
4. What are the three primary sources of information when writing proposals? Online, Print, and Empirical
5. What steps are involved with planning to solve the problem? Map out plan, explore a major step, figure out cost benefit analysis, and researching.
6. Why should the writer list the costs and benefits of the proposed plan? It determines whether the benefits of your plan outweigh the cost.
7. What steps should writers use to choose an appropriate style? Your style should be convincing to match your proposal content. Create authoritative tone, use metaphors, similes, and pay attention to sentence length minimize jargon.
8. List three tips for designing your proposal. Create a look, use meaningful headlines, and create white space.
9. What four steps should a writer follow to revise and edit a proposal? Look for inconsistences in content, get rid of extra stuff, tweak the design, and proofread.
1. What is the format for a report? Summary or abstract, intro methods, results, discussion, conclusion, recommendations, and end material.
2. How do writers develop their research question and hypothesis? They should state their topic and identify an issue that their research will address. Their research also needs to be focused as possible.
3. What are the steps for creating a research plan? Use a concept map, write down research question, and write two to five major steps to answer research question.
4. What is the organizational pattern for an executive summary or abstract? Usually devote a small paragraph to each major section of the report.
5. What materials should be included in the Methods section of a research essay? Executive summary or abstract, intro and methods.
6. What is the purpose of a Findings or Results of a research paper? Opening, finding one, finding two.
7. What should writers include in the Conclusion/Recommendations section of a research paper? References or works cited and appendices.
8. Where can writers go to get assistances with writing a Reference or works cited page? Chapters 27 and 28
9. What are nominalizations and how do writers get rid of them? Look for words that end in “tion” and exclude them.
10. What does it mean to choose an appropriate style, and what are some examples of appropriate styles mentioned in Chapter 12 of the text? Strike and objective/ Use top-down paragraph, use plan sentences, minimize passive voice, and get rid of nominalizations.
11. Why are headings important in the design of your report? It gives readers a clear idea about what is on the report.
12. What are some strategies for revising and editing a report? Clarity purpose, look for gaps in content, find nonessential information that can be cut, pay special attention to your report paragraphs, review recommendations, and proofread.
13. Executive summary and no I haven’t experienced these conditions.
1. Define global revision. Reexamines and adjust the document overall approach, using genre to sharpen its topic, angle, purpose, thesis, and appropriateness.
2. Define substantive editing. Pays attention to the document content organization and design.
3. Define copyediting. Focuses on revising the style for clarity, persuasion, and consistency paying close attention to paragraphs and sentences.
4. Define proofreading. Examines and revises surface features such as grammatical correctness, spelling, and usage.
5. In order, what are the four levels of revising and editing? Global revision, substantive editing, copyediting, and proofreading.
6. What are three examples of global issues? Social, political, economic, and environmental.
7. When thinking