Day 12.pdf - `29 pathway Do headings(signposts guide the pathway Show the before and after messages on the screen and look for elements of organization

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Unformatted text preview: `29 pathway? Do headings(signposts) guide the pathway? Show the before and after messages on the screen and look for elements of organization together. INTRO: 4A Homework Assignment NOTE: Indicate to the class early in the semester and in your syllabus that for instructional purposes, you assume their consent and intend to use some or parts of their submitted work in future semesters as good and bad writing sample (unless they privately approach you about their opposition to using their work). Homework: ● 4A Message ● Read Ch 5 & complete Discussion Board ● Library Lab, Videos, & Quiz ● LinkedIn Group Page Day 12: BUILD (Paragraphs, Transitions, Email) Prayer Transitions Email Speed Dating Quote: “Who knows but that something wonderful may happen today. Have faith that it will. After all, every morning is a chance at a new day.” Marjorie Pay Hinckley Pre­Class: ● ● Print copies of angry email per group (3­4 people) aprx 16 copies Review Email challenge slides ON BOARD: ● Agenda ON COMPUTER ● ● ● ● ● ● Peppy Pandora Music Transitions exercise Transitions Exercise Slides *** ( *maybe) angry email Email challenge slides Email #2 Assignment Description **Transitions Exercise ­u8uE76kSjJUcnRoCMZoH7h0g/edit Slide form: 2x week 19 `30 dit?usp=sharing Show page one and give directions. Give students about 2 minutes and then ask for responses with justification. Now show page two “with transitions”. Now what order would you use and why? Discuss the difference good, clear TRANSITIONS make. Housekeeping ­ ­ Fundamentals Exam on Canvas­­ USE the control shortcuts to copy and paste rather than the mouse. **EMAIL tips Begin by DISCUSSING EMAIL in general. What learned from reading? ● Know how to format? Bullets? ● Signature block? ● When email vs. text, call, face­to­face? ● When use To; CC; and BC? ● Dangers of reply all and forward. **EMAIL Challenge Email challenge slides (If short on time) Divide class into three ­ six groups. Upon showing the slides and discussing, assign each group a different stakeholder. Provide approximately five minutes to craft the message. Share with class. Discuss differences in content and strategy for each message as influenced by different stakeholder. Intro Email #2 Enhanced Biz Article Topic Enhanced to include purpose, audience, and strategy (If time)--Generate a fitting email Class Time: 10 minutes Lesson Prep: Provide copies of the angry email to the student small groups or have slides ready for email challenge . Provide students with the following scenario: You are working as an intern in a NY office, 80­hour weeks to fulfill job expectations. While attending a conference in place of the boss (who didn’t want to go), you fell asleep in a session, and offended the conference organizer, Mrs. Sanderson, who wrote to your boss about the situation. Subsequently, you receive this Angry 2x week 19 `31 email from your boss. Divide the class into small groups and have them each prepare an email response. Have the groups read their finished email to the class. While no one approach may be right, these email responses may generate a conversation about what may be “more right” in wording and which approaches might potentially offend, result in negative consequences, or leave the issue unresolved. **BuSiness ARticle generation “speed dating” style Class Time: At least 30 minutes Lesson Prep: Assign students to come to class with three potential article topics Get the students honing their ideas for business article topics. Have each student write three ideas or research questions, then arranged the chairs into two circular rows ­­ facing concentric circles. Then students did "speed dating" with their topics. Tell their facing partner their topic idea and asking a follow up question like: Who would be a good audience for this? Can you think of a way to narrow the focus? Do you know of any good resources? etc. Two minutes, then outer circle asks their questions (after first round, perhaps add 30 seconds to allow for rotation). After another two minutes, one row shifts along and try the next topic with another person. (If time permits, just listen to volume and rotate when volume decreases.) After students complete this and select a likely topic, Julie showed the first of the library videos, then gave students 5­7 minutes to begin their research on their selected topic. After that, she showed the next video, then had them continue their research aided by the new information, and so on. Homework: ● Email #2: Biz Article Topic Enhanced ● Continue with 4A Message ● Read Ch 6 & complete Discussion board ● Library Lab, Videos, & Quiz ● LinkedIn Group Page Day 13: RESEARCH Strategies & Evaluating Sources Prayer Word Choice Research Strategies CRAP Quote: " Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving." ~ Albert Einstein PRE­CLASS ● ● Prep website links to be evaluated by CRAP test if using the generic worksheet Print double­sided copies of 3­way CRAP test or *** CRAP Test Worksheet for each student, 2x week 19 ...
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