Discussion/analysis generally reflects adequate understanding of principles presented in course readings/materials. Where relevant, discussion/analysis employs proper APA style. Length limitations and other form/format requirements (if any) are generally followed.
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Analyze the Rhetoric Parts of an Argument to Consider * Identify the situation. * Identify the writer’s purpose. * Identify the major claim and supporting claims. * Identify the audience. Appeals to Logos = Appeal to reason * Consistency of argument * Clarity in asserting a thesis or point * Quality of reasons/evidence used in support of the point Appeals to Ethos = Appeal to Ethos by presenting writer as credible, knowledgeable, and trustworthy * Do your homework: know your subject.
Reading comprehension. Judges, mediators, and hearing officers must be able to evaluate and distinguish the important facts from large amounts of complex information. Writing skills. Judges, mediators, and hearing officers write recommendations or decisions on appeals or disputes. They must be able to write their decisions clearly so that all sides understand the
• To discover a well-focused topic. • Find a reason for writing. • Choose a format. • Explore sources critically. • Complete the task with grace and style.
The punctuation marks are fine and good in each sentence. 4. Point of view and Characterization * Who speaks in this passage. The author speaks in the passage and while we the audeience listens. * How does this passage make us react.
| | Major points are stated clearly; are supported by specific details, examples, or analysis; and are organized logically. | | The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. | | The conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points. | | |
Communication Paper Veronica George HCS/320 July 20.15 Michael Snell Communication Paper According to read me first( HCS/320) Communication is the process of sharing information, thoughts and feelings between people through speaking, sounds, writing, drawings or body language. Sometimes getting the idea across to the receiver is a difficult task when there are barriers such as different languages cognitive ability and disability. Effective communication extends the concept to require that transmitted content is received and understood by someone in the way it was intended. The goals of effective communication include creating a common perception changing behaviors and acquiring information. Effective communication begins with encoding or the skill of relaying message in a clear, direct way that allows the receiver to correctly decode your message.