It is a good idea to always begin with an outline of the information you eventually want to turn into a full document. Writing the narrative of a grant or contract is no different. A draft outline is a tool that can help you organize your thoughts and develop a narrative that is fully descriptive of what you want to write about.

Using the weekly readings, the South University online library resources, and the Internet, research how to write a draft outline. Then, address the following:

As this is an outline, use bullet points to identify the areas your proposal narrative will address. Be sure to include a title page, an abstract, and a reference page.