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Final exam 20 points 8 due sat sept 2 maximum points

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Final Exam 20 Points 8
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Due Sat, Sept 2 Maximum points 100 points Methodology To achieve the above objectives, a variety of approaches will be used to make the class an interesting and worthwhile learning experience. These methods will include, but not limited to, lectures, group work sessions, electronic media, and class activities. Evaluation of assignments will take place using following criteria: Integration of knowledge/theories gained in this class and other core business courses Relevant elements of a comprehensive and strategic paper Evidence of Research; Quality of analysis; critical thinking evident Organization of information; Sections and subsections are clearly identified and flow from one section to next Opposing viewpoint presented in Current Event and Term Paper Demonstration of Creativity in Presentations Effectiveness in handling Q and A with appropriate response(s) in Presentations APA correct format for use of proper grammar, spelling, sentence structure followed Ideas are clearly expressed with sufficient support information, i.e. examples, data, etc Evaluation for Presentations will include, but not limited to, following criteria: Minimum Number of PowerPoint Slides (does not include title slide or references slide) Good use of time for oral presentation (within limits) Appropriate references and citations Examples that help illustrate the main points Creativity and Presentation Skills (for oral presentations) Correct APA Format All written assignments must be the students’ original ideas and own work. Students’ work will be checked by Turnitin.com software against plagiarism. Students found plagiarizing are subject to penalties outlined in the Policies and Procedures section of the National University Catalog, which may include a failing grade for the work in question or for the entire course. Reminder: Late work not accepted. Additional Information Regarding Assignments Guidelines for Writing Papers and Reports 9
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Writing is one of the most important skills that professionals need to communicate effectively in the workplace. Creative and critical writing is even more significant because people need to identify what they think and believe. In writing your reports based upon your group discussions, research and work as a team, the following serve as guidelines. Descriptive Writing – “C” Level Work Good writing requires researching your topic to discover what others have said or written relevant to your subject. To put your ideas in perspective, it is important to reflect on what is already known about the subject. Learners need to identify specific ideas presented by other authors, and clearly give credit to these individuals when describing what they have written. Authors need to be referenced both in the text of your writing and at the end of your report, as well as in your presentation.
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