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Unformatted text preview: Schedule of Assignments RPW 211 Spring 2008 (for Locker 8 th edition) Following is a detailed description of the preparation required for each class as well as a brief description of what you can expect to do in class. Any changes to this schedule will be announced in class and posted on Blackboard. Note that if the schedule below says “write” or “prepare” or “develop” you can consider that a homework assignment to be turned in. I will assume that, as mature persons, you will be responsible for reading what’s assigned. As a responsible instructor, I also will periodically monitor your reading comprehension through the use of quizzes, fastwrites, etc. W EEK 1, J ANUARY 24 Orientation, review course objectives, expectations, computer lab policies. In-class writing sample: Memo to your instructor that describes your objectives for this class. (Use MS Word memo template, or follow the format in Woolever ch. 9, pp. 199-200). W EEK 2, J ANUARY 29 AND 31 To prepare for 1/29: Read Locker ch. 1. Then, using Ex. 1.3 (pp. 33-34) develop a “characteristics of effective responses” checklist, then analyze (in memo form) how samples 1-5 do or do not meet the criteria for an effective response. In class 1/29: Discuss your checklists and the samples, as well as the key points of chapter 1. To prepare for 1/31: Read HBR , “Listening to People.” Take notes sufficient to allow you to discuss the content effectively in class. In class 1/31: Discuss listening as a key aspect of successful communication. Be prepared to discuss how the world of business has changed since this article was published and how those changes impact people’s ability to listen (and thus communicate). In-class write-up (email) to solidify your insights. communicate)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course RPW 211 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at Hartford.
- Spring '08