Your Proposal Must Address:
A Problem: Clearly define an issue that concerns you and your group-mates. This issue should be grounded in some sort of research you have done (EX: The STI statistics used in our example). Address why it is a major concern to you and your group-mates
A Hypothesized Cause of the Problem: Use your own logical reasoning skills, as well as research, to make an educated guess as to why your chosen problem occurs.
Your Proposed Solution: Devise a plan of action that you can take to solve this problem, this will be the basis for your argument in your research presentation and your individual research papers. Explain why this is the best way to address the issue, what other methods have failed and why you think that is, and how yours is different.
You Must Include
The Names and Contact Info of all Group Members
A Proposed Schedule of Meetings You Plan on Having
A Sampling of Research Materials (3-4 sources)
A Proposed Breakdown of Responsibilities
All of this MUST be included in your Project Proposal, which you will turn in at your group conference next week