This is a paper that focuses on the WRIT 2 research proposal and fruition assignment. The paper also contains the learning outcomes for this assignment.
The WRIT 2 research proposal and fruition assignment
Task: The student will produce a written project, or other pre-approved format agreed with the supervisor, equivalent to 3,000 words in accordance with the research proposal submitted for WRIT1.
The module enables the student to focus on subject matter that is relevant to their chosen degree pathway and of interest to them. They will work with a supervisor to develop a viable and focused project that can be completed within the timescale.
The Overall task of BRM3004 WRIT1 & WRIT2: The student will develop a research proposal (1000 words equivalent) and bringing that proposal to fruition in a final written project or product (3000 words equivalent). The two elements are dependent upon each other, completion of WRIT1 will enable your supervisor to give guidance in developing the project and give permission for you to embark on WRIT2.
Firstly, demonstrate the ability to plan, develop, and manage a project from inception through to completion.
Shown in the completion of the WRIT1 proposal including a working title, research rationale, aims and objectives of the research, indicative bibliography, and research timetable. Also shown in the completion of the WRIT2 research project in line with the proposal.
Extend their research skills required to complete academic work including; accessing print and online library resources, notetaking, and the use of Harvard referencing.
Demonstrated by the ability to select appropriate sources, and to correctly reference relevant source materials from academic books. Also, journal articles and online materials in order to present clear, supported evidence.
Secondly, communicate clearly and appropriately for academic and professional purposes
Demonstrated through the structuring of the WRIT2 research project, and the use of academic language.
Thirdly, analyse relevant sources and use them to create a structured argument / critical commentary regarding a research product
Demonstrated through the summarising of material and present clear logical arguments using the supporting evidence presented.