Writing the intro for your proposal

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  • 1. Effective Proposal Writing
  • 2. Writing the Introduction
  • 3. Begin with a general statement, related to your study.E.g. Orchestra directors and their students are impacted by the effects of adjudicated orchestra festivals.
  • 4. Amplify with broad subtopicsResearchers have studied these events through empirical study and personal experience.We are interested in both similarities and differences
  • 5. Support broad ideasWhile most persons associated believe the focus should be to create a positive learning experience, there are myriad details in the planning and execution of these events.We are aware there may be many variations
  • 6. Cite some previous researchCite the most relevant researchers whose results support what you are proposing.
  • 7. Justification/BackgroundWhy is the study important?What qualifications or interests do you bring to to this work?
  • 8. Conclude with your researchquestion(s) or problemstatement