Integrating Technology in the Second Language Classroom

Jean LeLoup & Bob Ponterio 
SUNY Cortland 
© 2008
       Writing a Grant

What funding sources are available?



Your narrative should include all of the information about the people, places, and things needed to do the project. Your budget must mirror the narrative, showing that you understand how much it will really cost to do what you say you will do. Who will pay for what (school contribution)? What does your school already have? Will school secretarial staff be provided? Will some school supplies and equipment be used (paper, computers)? Who will pay for the time of project participants? Is there a need for food, housing, travel? Do you need to buy equipment and software, how much, given the people who will need to use it? Do you need to bring in outside consultants to help? Overestimating or underestimating the cost of your project can be viewed as a sign that you are not qualified to direct it.


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