FO NB Syllabus fall 2009

FO NB Syllabus fall 2009 - Syllabus Business Communication...

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Syllabus Business Communication Segment of the Business Forum New Brunswick, Fall Term 2009 Instructor : Carter A. Daniel tel 973-353-5366 e-mail: cdaniel@rci.rutgers.edu . DO NOT SEND ASSIGNMENTS TO THIS ADDRESS! Text : Reader-Friendly Reports , 12 th ed., 2009. This book is available three ways: (1) at the University Bookstore, for those who want to pay full price. (2) at New Jersey Books for those who want to buy it more cheaply. (3) on reserve at Kilmer Library, for those who want to borrow it. Procedure : You will submit your assignments, by e-mail, to the grader for this course, Prof. Michael Pennella ( profpenn2@vianj.com) . These assignments must be in precisely the following format. THIS MATERIAL MUST BE IN THE UPPER LEFT CORNER OF BOTH THE E-MAIL PAGE AND THE FIRST PAGE OF THE REPORT ITSELF ! (1) Student’s last name, student’s first name Smidkin, Molly (2) Professor’s last name Daniel (3) Assignment number and two word description Assgt 2: Completed summary (4) Date [MM/DD/YY] 10/14/09 (5) Student’s E-mail address msmidkin@eden.rutgers.edu [ please use your Rutgers e-mail account ] The assignment itself must be submitted as a Word attachment to the e-mail.
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PLEASE NOTE: (1) ALL WORK FOR THIS COURSE IS TO BE THOUGHT OF AS PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS, NOT AS HOMEWORK FOR SCHOOL. THE APPEARANCE, TONE, CONTENT, AND CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THE SUBMISSION OF THE WORK ARE TO BE THOSE APPROPRIATE FOR A BUSINESS SITUATION. (2) PLEASE WAIT TEN DAYS BEFORE WRITING TO ASK PROF. PENNELLA WHY YOU HAVEN'T RECEIVED YOUR WORK BACK WITH A GRADE. AND WHEN YOU DO ASK, PLEASE RE-SUBMIT YOUR WORK WITH YOUR INQUIRY.
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Three Notes about Grading Policy 1. Instead of being averaged across the board, grades increase in weight toward the end of the course. Roughly speaking, the first paper counts 1, the second 2, the third 3, and the fourth 4. We are concerned not with how you write now but with how you write at the end of the course. 2. We do not penalize for slightly-late assignments. We DO, moreover, reward on-time submission of assignments. If all four of your assignments are received by their due dates, your grade for the Communication portion of the course will be bumped up one notch – for example from B- to B, or from B+ to A-. 3. No assignment will be accepted after ten days beyond the due date.
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Assignment #1 -- “PARTIAL SUMMARY” -- (Due on or before Wed., September 23): I (Mr. Daniel, the company president) am too busy to read this article and therefore am asking you (my assistant) to read and summarize it for me. NOTES: Use any one of the 35 articles listed below. To access these articles electronically, go to www. libraries.rutgers.edu > Find Reserves. Type in “Daniel,” click on “Instructor,” click on “Daniel, Carter A.,” and then click on the
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