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Chapter 1 / Exercise 10
Essentials of Business Communication
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**I STRONGLY encourage you to go to the Writing Center for additional support.** Difference Matters Teach-In & Reflection (25%) You will be teaching the material in ‘your’ chapter of Allen. You will need to divide the material up carefully and decide what is most significant. Identify most important ideas and content in your chapter & create discussion questions Include relevant and reliable statistics ; have students guess, explain graphs thoroughly Find and refer to relevant social media memes and news stories; have students make direct connections to Allen Include appropriate visual materials (images & videos); PROOFREAD SLIDES Engage the class in meaningful activity & discussion ; consider role-plays, case studies, etc. LIB 220 Buchinger Bodwell 4
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Quiz the class on the most significant material (avoid asking trite questions) Manage time carefully, with each group member taking equal responsibility for both presentation and discussion; practice beforehand so you have an idea of how much time each segment will take Rubric: Content: Are the most important ideas highlighted and accurately presented? Are the connections among the ideas clear and easy to follow? Presentation: Is the material presented in a coherent and engaging manner? Does the presenter project confidence and enthusiasm? Does the presenter use slides appropriately? NOTE: use bullet points; don’t write and read everything on slides! PROOFREAD SLIDES CAREFULLY. Visual Communication: Are the slides legible and visually appealing? Is there too much material on each slide? Do the images and videos complement the material being presented and help to engage students? Group work: Does the group appear to be well-coordinated? Do group members listen to one another and make connections to each other’s presentations? Are time and responsibility equitably shared? Class activities: Are the class activities well-designed? do they enhance and deepen learning of the material? are students asked to participate in meaningful discussions and demonstrate their learning? Use of time: Is the class engaged with the material for the full class period? Does each member have equal time? Leadership Roles Opener & Presentation Coordinator gathers material from each of the other members of the group asks for help in deciding what is most important checks the accuracy of the information and PROOFREADS SLIDES develops Prezi or PowerPoint (with help from others) presents the background material, including statistics (with lots of questions and quizzing and prompts for discussion) Activities Officer/Discussion Coordinator(s) prepares the class activities by identifying the main ideas to be covered in the discussion, in relation to the social memes, news articles, and background material; makes certain that all the main points are discussed solicits audience questions and participation; make sure all members of the group participates as well prepares questions and scenarios/case studies/activities for analysis and discussion.

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