Seminar in Applied Communication - Week Four
(Online Students Only)
Just a reminder that this week you will once again need to participate in the Discussion Board. Be sure to respond thoughtfully and thoroughly to the question/request being made and to respond to no less than two of your classmates (this is the bare minimum). Your response to the question/request and your response to classmates need to be made on different days.
Discussion Board Grading Rubric
You are being offered two options for this assignment.
Please read the information below to match up the type
of review (literature review or annotative bibliography) with
your choice of final project.
This week you will be writing your literature review. Be
sure to read the instructions for the assignment so that you provide what the
assignment is asking for.
I am offering you two options: 1) literature review, or 2)
annotative bibliography. If you follow the links I provided below, you will
find how to write each one. For those writing the annotated bibliography,
remember to include how the article is relevant to your project. The one
exception is if you are developing an interactive portfolio (see below).
My suggestion to all who are writing a research paper is to
choose the literature review as it can be used as part of your final project
paper (although this is not required). Also, I strongly suggest you go to
communication cache (www.communicationcache.com
) for scholarly articles and videos to help you with your final projects.
For those of you developing a curriculum guide, or performing
speeches I would suggest writing an annotative bibliography. Finally, for those
of you who have chosen the interactive portfolio for your final project, use your own sample writings as your resources (These are papers you have written for other courses). You should also write
an annotative bibliography, however instead of stating, in the second paragraph, how it is relevant to
your project you can simply write what you learned from the paper/assignment. Using this
format, you can use / place it directly in your portfolio for each of your writing samples.
If you have any questions please let me know. Thanks!
Below is a video, discussing some of the information mentioned above.
The information below will help you format and write
your literature review or annotative bibliography