include the following components in your proposal:
Proposal for the Family Participatory Research Project (Learning Activity #2). Remember, this activity can be done as an entire family project, with all members equally participating, or you can break the activity into smaller groups, or even individual projects, then combine as a collective group project, if you so elect. Keep in mind the differing requirements depending on group size.
1. Tentative Title.
2. Scope of Project.
identify the specific cultural setting, activity and/or event, along with the tribal group and time period you proposal to describe
suggest the storyline, involving the plot, main characters and key roles (e.g., first person participants)
3. Provide at least two source references of potential research on which the project will be based. These should be print library sources and not Internet sources (though legitimate Internet sources can be used for the project).
4. Identify the members of your family and how each person will be contributing to this particular project. What will be each person's particular segment, part, role or responsibility in the project?
5. Remember, you are to create a project that seeks a level of authenticity and ethnographic accuracy, along with heart knowledge, not otherwise typically attended in a course research project.
Send your proposal as an e-mail attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Late proposal submissions will be docked credit.
To view a more formal proposal format, though not required of these projects, see Prospectus (PDF)
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