INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
|C/W NUMBER||3||CONTRIBUTION||50% of the Module Final Mark|
|C/W TITLE||Essay: Proposal|
(Friday, Jan. 17th by 23:00)
Students should design a Research Proposal on a
hypothetical research topic including human participants on an area of their
interest in the fields of Applied Linguistics, TESOL, Literary Studies or
The Research Design Proposal provides
students with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have
acquired via the Introduction to
Research Practice Unit for the preparation of an actual Research Design
Proposal which can be linked in the future to their BA Dissertation.
The following outline should be used taking into
consideration the nature of the proposed study (quantitative / qualitative).
Table of Contents
1. Introduction (Objectives, Rationale, Research
Question(s), Hypothesis Development etc.) 2. Literature Review
Proposed Research Methodology (including the
discussion of sample identity) Proposed Data Analysis Ethics Implications Implications and
Limitations of the Study
Design Proposal will
be assessed based on the following criteria:
Formulating a research question relevant to the
field of studies; Clarity of the motivation and the research proposal
focus; Ability to construct a short literature review
related to the research question; Discussion of the methodological approach followed; Ability to describe how the research objectives are
met with the methodology followed; § Awareness of the
ethical issues raised; Speculation on research implications; Task fulfillment: relevance, depth and range of
analysis; Organisation and structure; Evaluation and synthesis of ideas; Use of sources and referencing; Use of English;
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