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COURSEWORK TWO: Research Proposal
CW2. ALIGNMENT TO LEARNING OUTCOMES
2. Constructively critique the research of others.
3. Plan a research project and select techniques appropriate to the field of education and young people.
Subject-based practical skills
4. Select and implement appropriate analytical techniques, academic convention, demonstrating appropriate written English.
Create a research proposal, that includes the following chapters:
Attach an appendix that evidences your engagement with the supervision process
RESEARCH PROPOSAL - SUGGESTED BREAKDOWN
Content, guidance and suggested word count
This should succinctly encapsulate what the proposed research is about
Purposes and aims (approx word count 300):
Literature review (approx word count 1,000):
You must demonstrate critical engagement with the literature on your proposed topic. You should:
Methodology (approx word count 1,000):
In this section you need to provide a rationale for the research design choices and discuss issues relating to validity:
Your discussion in this section must be supported with relevant literature on research design.
Ethical considerations (approx word count 500):
In this section you need to demonstrate understanding of ethical procedures and, where appropriate, how they will be applied in your proposed study. For example:
Your discussion in the Ethics Chapter section must be supported with relevant literature on ethics e.g. BERA guidelines
Conclusion (approx word count 200):
Should include all items referred to in your assignment
Presentation of your proposal and appendices / academic conventions to apply
* Please ensure you use the submission template provided
Alpha, numerical, section headings/sub headings, consistent bulleting, use of font/italic for emphasis/ ordering and accurate in-text referencing.
READING AND RESOURCES LIST
Thomas, G. (2013) ‘How to Do Your Research Project: A Guide for Students in Education and Applied Social Sciences’ London: Sage
Essential Reading for this Module:
Bell, J. and Waters, S. (2014) Doing Your Research Project: A Guide for First-time Researchers in Education and Social Science The Open University Press
Cohen, L., Manion, L. and Morrison, K. (2011) Research Methods in Education, 7th edn. London: Routledge Falmer. Available as an e-book
(An 6th edition is available as a PDF on Moodle within the useful resources and web links folder)
Punch, K (2011) Introduction to Research Methods in Education, London: SAGE
Please note the LRC catalogue address
A reminder of useful sections on the Library website:
Electronic Databases- refresher: BEI/ERIC; EBSCO; WoS; BHINet; Lexis-Nexis Pro; SwetsWise