In this video, you and your partner will add details to your proposal inGoogle Docs.
You and your partner will work on the proposal document together from your own computers.
Collaborating in this way allows people to share ideas and information immediately, evenif they are not in the same room.
Collaborating digitally will help you and your partner create a proposal that includesideas and input from both of you.
By the end of this video, you and your partner will have created a proposal that includes:A statement of the problem your idea will solveDetails about how your idea will solve the problem or the benefits your idea will create.
An estimate of how long it will take to implement your idea, andA list of resources needed. This might include things like materials, people, and supplies.
To start, type in the problem your idea will solve.
You and your partner can collaborate on this together.
Next, describe the solution you are proposing.
You might also include the specific benefits of your solution.
The more details you add and the more beneficial your solution sounds, the more likely peoplewill be to support your proposal.
Create a list of resources you will need to make your idea a reality.
This might include things like supplies, staff, space, or money.
Estimate how long it will take to implement your idea, and include that information inyour proposal.
Finally, include an end goal.
Think about what will happen if your idea gets put into practice and everything goes great!
After you and your partner have added details to your proposal, move on to the next videoto add formatting to your document so it clearly communicates your ideas.
Now, it’s your turn: Work with your partner to add details to yourproposal document.
Include a statement of the problem, your solution, needed resources, a timeframe, and goals.
Move on to the next video to format your document.
1. Use a Proposal to Share Information and Get Support