Proposal Arguments

Proposal Arguments - Proposal Arguments Proposal What are...

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What are Proposals? What are Proposals? A should do B because of C Action-oriented Focused on the future Audience-centered
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Issues in Writing Proposals Issues in Writing Proposals They almost always present a challenge to the reader To write an effective proposal, you must emphasize your ethos Because these arguments seek to incite action, they must be very responsive to their audiences
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Sample Proposals Sample Proposals There is a lack of adequate parking at PS Abington; PS should build a multi-level garage behind Woodland Many students work full-time; PS should offer more courses at night and on weekends
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The Claim The Claim Proposals need to be very strong & clear to be persuasive They should consist of 3 parts: Description of problem Description of problem Proposed solution Proposed solution Justification of solution Justification of solution
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Establish a Need Establish a Need Proposals must address a
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2010 for the course ENGL 015 taught by Professor Travers during the Spring '10 term at Peru State.

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