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Week 4 Assignments

Week 4 Assignments

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Week 4: Diversity & Analytical Reports - Assignments

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Chapter 3: Communicating in a World of Diversity Chapter 13: Planning Reports and Proposals (Please pay particularly close attention to the sections related to writing analytical reports.)
Group Project: Part One

Students will work on teams to complete Part One of the Group Project this week. Teams MUST document all decisions, mid-week deadlines, and action items in their Team Discussion areas. Please see the Group Project Instructions located in Doc Sharing for details. Groups will also need to fill out this Memo Template to indicate how team members contributed to this week's portion of the project. This project supports TCOs 5, 7, 8, and 9. Successful group projects will meet the criteria outlined for Part One of this assignment in the Week 4 Group Project Part 1 Rubric in Doc Sharing. (The Rubric for Part Two is also located in Doc Sharing for groups that may wish to work ahead.) See Syllabus/"Due Dates for Assignments & Exams" for due date information. Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this
Dropbox Tutorial. Optional Tutorials (Homework Help for Next Week!)

Part Two of the Group Project, which teams will work on next week, is a sales letter including a visual aid. If you're not very familiar with creating and designing your own visual aids using Excel, please check out the following tutorials available at no cost from Microsoft.com: y y
Microsoft Tutorials (Main Page) How To Create a Chart in Excel 2010

y How To Create a Spreadsheet in Excel 2010 Microsoft Word and PowerPoint can also help you create graphs and charts. Simply use the Help menu in your program and search for the term "graphs" or "visual aids." Discussion y y y Diversity Issues in Professional Writing (graded) Report Writing (graded) Q&A Forum (not graded) .

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