Month: June 2012

Writing a Winning Scholarship Proposal – Part 2 – Literature Review

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Notes

  • Although this article is primarily aimed at university students writing proposals for scholarship applications – many of these principles and techniques are applicable to other types of proposals, as well. 
  • If you missed Part 1 – I suggest you go back and read that first.

In my last post we talked about the outline for the typical scholarship proposal:

  •  Pitch Paragraph
  •  Literature Review Paragraph
  •  Methodology Paragraph(s)
  •  Research Outcomes and Significance Paragraph(s)

…and we spent some time on how to write the Pitch Paragraph.  In this post we’ll cover the Literature Review.    Read the rest of this entry »