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The Proposal Poster V3

  1. 1. The Proposal Poster v3 Daisy image courtesty of (www.istockphoto.com) Book image courtesy of blog.akta.com
  2. 2. Schedule of Required Coursework D = Draft; P = Practice; F = Final ; G = Grade Computation WEEK 09 1. Statement of the Research Problem: 1 sentence x 3 D 11 12 13 F 2. Topic Sentence (Assertion): 1 sentence x 3 10 14 15 G P G 3. Three-part Thesis Statement: 1 sentence + research notes D F G 4. Three-level Outline: 1 page D F G 5. Poster: 1 page + references + theories D F G 6. Career Documents: 2 job ads + 2 targeted cover letters + 2 resumes + 2 CVs D F G 7. Presentations: poster + slideshow P F G 8. Meeting: Announcement, Agenda, Minutes D F G 9. Quiz 2 P F G 10. Quiz 3: 50% Memorandum of Transmittal about • Topmost on home page: (1) PPT of Theory Presentation, (2) PPT of Problem Statements + Thesis Statements, (3) MS Word Outline, (4) PPT of Research D F G D F G D F G Poster • On career portfolio: (1) MS Word job application set 1, (2) Job application set2, (3) PPT of meeting announcement & agenda , (4) MS Word of meeting minutes 11. Quiz 3: 50% Website: Photo & Dedication + About The Scholar, Career Portfolio + Certificates & Scores; Culture Portfolio w flash movies + Culture Portrait 12. Exit Interview / Online Survey
  3. 3. Three-Column Layout
  4. 4. School logo Click to Add Your Research Title Complete Name, City, Country (professional email address) G05 SHL1013 Professional English (12 November 2013) Section Title Section Title Section Title •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Section Title Section Title Section Title •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Section Title Section Title Section Title •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Section Title Section Title Section Title •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Country Flag
  5. 5. Example The headings, contents, images, layout, colors, font sizes, bullets, margins and indentions can be modified as necessary. However, the overall image should be clean, objective, and highly professional.
  6. 6. Using Roger’s Theory of Innovation to Maintain Hostel Room Cleanliness John Paul Hopkins, Mississippi, Illinois, USA (john.paul.hopkins.aiu@gmail.com) G05 SHL1013 Professional English (12 November 2013) Background & Urgency of the Problem • • • • • Hostel rooms in AIU vary in cleanliness Cleanliness is not maintained at all times Room occupants are from various cultures Previous methods to keep clean have failed Environment can affect mental health studies Proposed Poster Design 9 Steps to Something Title Here 1 Thesis Statement Using principles in Roger’s theory of innovation diffusion and the bottoms-up management principle to design, distribute, and implement a visual poster guide can increase the frequency of constantly clean hostel rooms in AIU by 100% in less than 30 days. Timeline and Implementation Strategy • Week 1: Design and production of posters • Week 2: Socialization of program goals • Week 3: Testing and modification of procedures • Week 4: Poster production • Week 5: Poster distribution • Week 6: Implementation • Week 7: Project Management and Evaluation Cycle 1 • Week 10: Cycle 2 • Week 14: Cycle 3 5 Image Here Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any 2 Main Image Here Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any 3 6 Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any 7 Image Here Problem Statement & Proposal In two weeks, I will submit an A3-sized poster with 10 pictures showing 10 steps to maintain hostel room cleanliness in less than 20 minutes a day. 1. This section contains a step-byrevised with the help of 5 students step instruction that others can with the dirtiest rooms. follow to reproduce the same 6. Photographs are taken and used results. on a poster. 2. The steps clearly show how the 7. The poster is reproduced and proposed poster’s contents and posted in each hostel room. design were planned, selected, 8. An implementation schedule and and arranged. For example: names of checkers are posted 3. The ten areas in a hostel room beside each poster. that requires most attention will 9. Penalties and rewards are added be identified. to the announcement. 4. A five-step cleaning & 10.. A weekly record will measure arrangement guide is formulated the frequency of cleanliness and to fit the needs of these ten areas. order in each hostel room. 5. The five-step guide is tested and Insert Subtitle or Slogan or Catchphrase Here If Any Assumptions / Assertions of the Project • AiU students from various cultures can understand examples shown in pictures • They can understand examples simple English captions. • Pictures can guide students in maintaining specific standards of hostel room cleanliness • A poster display in each hostel room can improve the frequency of clean rooms • Roger’s theory of innovation diffusion (Author, 0000) and the bottoms-up management principle (Author, 0000) can help increase the frequency of constantly clean hostel rooms. Methods and Procedures Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any 4 Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any 9 Secondary Image Here 8 Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Theoretical Framework • The theory of innovation diffusion claims that new products or processes can be accepted by a majority after influencers accept the innovation (Author, 0000, para. 00). • The principle of bottom-up management claims that innovations are more successful if these originate from the user majority (Author, 0000, para. 00). Theoretical Application • In Week 2, the socialization stage, program goals can be explained and submitted for approval by AIU students who are considered as influencers (Author, 0000, para. 00). • Benefits can help convince the influencers to distribute the posters (Week 3) and to implement the program (Week 4) (Author, 0000, para. 00). Projected Challenges & Solutions • Credibility Gaps – Some influencers may not be credible to some groups of students. Solution: Seek student solutions to address this problem (Author, 0000, para. 00). • Recidivism – Some students may revert to old habits or cultural standards that negate the program goals. Solution: Seek student solutions to strengthen implementation methods & standards (Buthor, 0000, para. 00). List of References Author, A. A. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Month 000 at www.website.com. Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Cuthor, C. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Cuthor, C. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Month 000 at www.website.com. Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Cuthor, C. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Cuthor, C. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Month 000 at www.website.com. Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the Author, A. A. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. In Title of the
  7. 7. Four-Column Layout
  8. 8. School logo Click to Add Your Research Title Country Flag Complete Name, City, Country (professional email address) G05 SHL1013 Professional English (12 November 2013) Background & Urgency of the Problem Section Title Section Title Methodology •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Statement of the Problem & Proposal Section Title Section Title Projected Challenges & Solutions •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Assertions or Assumptions of the Study Section Title Theoretical Framework References •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Statement of the Thesis Section Title Theoretical Application About the Writer •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents
  9. 9. School logo Click to Add Your Research Title Country Flag Complete Name, City, Country (professional email address) G05 SHL1013 Professional English (12 November 2013) Background & Urgency of the Problem Proposed Poster Design Timeline & Implementation Strategy •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Projected Challenges & Solutions •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Statement of the Problem & Proposal •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Assertions or Assumptions of the Study Theoretical Framework Methodology References •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents Theoretical Application Statement of the Thesis •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents About the Writer •Section contents •Section contents •Section contents
  10. 10. Example The headings, contents, images, layout, colors, font sizes, bullets, margins and indentions can be modified as necessary. However, the overall image should be clean, objective, and highly professional.
  11. 11. The Use of Innovation Diffusion Theory to Maintain Hostel Room Cleanliness John Paul Hopkins, Mississippi, Illinois, USA (john.paul.hopkins.aiu@gmail.com) G05 SHL1013 Professional English (12 November 2013) Background & Urgency of the Problem Proposed Poster Design • Hostel rooms in AIU vary in cleanliness • Cleanliness is not maintained at all times • Room occupants are from various cultures • Previous methods to keep clean have failed • Environment can affect mental health studies 1 Statement of the Problem & Proposal 2 Timeline & Implementation Strategy 7 Ways to Achieve Something Title Can Be Inserted Here Insert Subtitle or Slogan or Catchphrase Here If Any 7 4 Image Here Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Main Image Here Image Here In two weeks, I will submit an A3sized poster with 10 pictures showing 10 steps to maintain hostel room cleanliness in less than 20 minutes a day. Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any • AiU students from various cultures can understand examples shown in pictures • Pictures can guide students in maintaining specific standards of hostel room cleanliness • A poster display in each hostel room can improve the frequency of clean rooms • Roger’s theory of innovation diffusion (Author, 0000) and the bottoms-up management principle (Author, 0000) can help increase the frequency of constantly clean hostel rooms. Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any 6 3 Assertions or Assumptions of the Study 5 Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Image Here Image Here Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT Insert explanatory text here if any. Insert explanatory text here if any Theoretical Background Methodology • The theory of innovation diffusion claims that new products or processes can be accepted by a majority after influencers accept the innovation (Author, 0000, para. 00). • The principle of bottom-up management claims that innovations are more successful if these originate from the user majority (Author, 0000, para. 00). 1. This section contains a step-by-step instruction that others can follow to reproduce the same results. 2. The steps clearly show how the proposed poster’s contents and design were planned, selected, and arranged. For example: 3. The ten areas in a hostel room that requires most attention will be identified. 4. A five-step cleaning & arrangement guide is formulated to fit the needs of these ten areas. 5. The five-step guide is tested and revised with the help of 5 students with the dirtiest rooms. 6. Photographs are taken and used on a poster. 7. The poster is reproduced and posted in each hostel room. 8. An implementation schedule and names of checkers are posted beside each poster. 9. Penalties and rewards are added to the announcement. 10.. A weekly record will measure the frequency of cleanliness and order in each hostel room. Statement of the Thesis Theoretical Application Using principles in Roger’s theory of innovation diffusion and the bottoms-up management principle to design, distribute, and implement a visual poster guide can increase the frequency of constantly clean hostel rooms in AIU by 100% in less than 30 days. • In Week 2, the socialization stage, program goals can be explained and submitted for approval by AIU students who are considered as influencers (Author, 0000, para. 00). • Benefits can help convince the influencers to distribute the posters (Week 3) and to implement the program (Week 4) (Author, 0000, para. 00). • • • • Week 1: Design and production of posters Week 2: Socialization of program goals Week 3: Poster distribution Week 4: Implementation Projected Challenges & Solutions • Credibility Gaps – Some influencers may not be credible to some groups of students. Solution: Seek student solutions to address this problem (Author, 0000, para. 00). • Recidivism – Some students may revert to old habits or cultural standards that negate the program goals. Solution: Seek student solutions to strengthen implementation methods & standards (Buthor, 0000, para. 00). References Author, A. A. (0000). :Complete Title of the Article, para. 00. In Name of Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Buthor, B. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. CAuthor, A. A. (0000). :Complete Title of the Article, para. 00. In Name of Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Duthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Euthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Futhor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Guthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. hAuthor, A. A. (0000). :Complete Title of the Article, para. 00. In Name of Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Juthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Kuthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. LAuthor, A. A. (0000). :Complete Title of the Article, para. 00. In Name of Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Muthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. NAuthor, A. A. (0000). :Complete Title of the Article, para. 00. In Name of Publication. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Outhor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. Puthor, D. (0000). Title of the Article, para. 00. Available online 00 Month 000 at www.website.com. About the Writer John Paul Hopkins is a Business Administration Scholar of Albukhary International University. His experience with untidy environments and resulting low academic performance fuelled his interest in this project proposal

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