1. Be sure that your proposal draft is published below. If it isn't, post it now.
2. Offer constructive feedback to peer proposals via comments addressed to specific students/proposals.
3. Review your feedback.
4. Make any necessary changes to your proposal; re-post it, and transfer file onto a Word document.
5. Re-format your proposal with narrow margins and a compact structure (let's try to save paper). Below your proposal, create: 1. daily checklist (items, tools, materials, and resources you must have every day to meet the proposed requirements). 2. a list of instructional requests (what information/assistance you seek from Mr. Kefor). 3. an enumerated checklist for the final product.