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  • 1.
    • Quiz
    • Review of class norms
    • Review of last week’s homework
    • Discussion of Chapter 2
    • Finish Chapter 2 discussion
    • Group Work
    • Discuss Globalization and Chapter 3
    • The Writing Process (3X3)
    • Grammar notes and activities
    • Outline and discuss what is due next week
  • 2.
    • Arrive on time (points will be deducted after 10 minutes. It will count as an absence after 20 minutes.)
    • Come back from breaks on time. If the door is closed, you are considered late.
    • If you are utilizing your computer, it must be used for class purposes. The same rule applies to phones and texting.
  • 3.
    • Use textual evidence from the readings to support your answers. While opinion is appropriate, it must be supported by textual examples.
    • Please check over for incorrect word usage (ware/wear; their, there, they’re; steel/steal). If unsure, look it up or have someone edit your paper.
    • Your work must be your own. I will ask if I am in doubt.
  • 4.
    • Punctuation goes inside the quotation marks. Example: She said, “I do not want to go.”
    • Avoid exclamation points in any writing save narrative. In business writing, exclamation points should be used judiciously
    • The prompt may ask for your opinion, but be wary of the overuse of “I” and “Me.” Personal pronouns should be used sparingly.
  • 5.
    • Professionalism:
    • the skill, good judgment, and polite behavior that is expected from a person who is trained to do a job well
    • A high level of professionalism is expected when working with clients.
    • She is highly respected for her professionalism.
  • 6.
    • This can be taught.
    • The excuse of “this is just how I am” cannot be used in conjunction with professionalism.
    • It is not being “fake,” but rather being human.
  • 7.
    • With the person next to you, discuss a time when you have witnessed an incredibly professional person. What were some dominate traits that really stood out?
  • 8.
    • Conversely: Describe a time when you have witnessed an incredibly unprofessional person. What was the situation?
    • What are some dominant characteristics of an unprofessional person?
  • 9.
    • What aspects of our readings and discussions last week can be linked to professionalism?
  • 10.
    • Collaboration is a key component in regards to professionalism.
    • Review “Zooming in…Fed Ex.” (pgs. 39 and 43)
  • 11.
    • Education
    • Expereince
    • Hard skills
    • Soft skills
    • What can you control?
  • 12.
    • Forming—the getting to know you phase
    • Storming—define roles and responsibilities. Could produce conflict.
    • Norming—clairified roles, jobs are understood, information is shared
    • Performing—ability to work together and perform. Members work together without grudges.
    • Review 2.1—Have you seen these types of issues?
  • 13.
    • Page 44—take notes on the six steps.
    • Are they realistic? Which do you feel are not?
    • Community Clip
  • 14.
    • Discuss the Ethics Check on Page 45 with the person next to you.
    • Be prepared to discuss.
  • 15.
    • Participate Actively and Productively
    • Review the aspects of page 52.
    • Which are easier than others to adhere to?
    • Listening
    • “ No one ever listened himself out of a job.” President Calvin Coolidge.
    • What does this mean?
  • 16.
    • Superiors
    • Colleagues and Teammates
    • Customers
    • Review these types of listening and how to build powerful listening skills.
    • Which of the skills mentioned on page 60 is the easiest to implement? Which is the hardest? Why?
  • 17.
    • Eye contact
    • Facial expressions
    • Posture/ gestures
    • Time
    • Space
    • Territory
    • Appearance of Documents
    • Appearance of People
  • 18.
    • Discuss these concepts. Which do you struggle with more than the others? Why?
  • 19.
    • Page 72
    • 2 and 3
  • 20.
    • You will be put into groups of 3. Complete the assigned task within your group regarding the prompts on page 73.
    • Assign one person to lead the discussion and keep people on task
    • Assign one person to write out the answers for submission
    • Assign one person to watch the time so that everyone finishes within the given time frame.
    • Choose one person to present problem and findings to class.
  • 21.
    • Review page 95 (Checklist)
    • Review 103 (Summary of Learning Objectives)
  • 22.
    • Questions to consider:
    • How is business writing different from other types of writing?
    • It is:
    • Purposeful
    • Persuasive
    • Economical
    • Audience Oriented
  • 23.
    • View Video
    • Prewriting/Writing/Revising
    • Response—Is this relevant? How many of you already approach writing in this fashion?
    • Review page 131 Copyright infringement
    • Complete Assignment on page 135 (4.10)
    • Be prepared to discuss
  • 24.
    • Independently review APA pages 215-236 in the Writers FAQ book.
    • Also review C3-5 in the Guffey book
  • 25.
    • Active Voice
    • Passive Voice
    • Fragment
    • Run-On Sentences
    • Comma Splice
    • Independent Clause
    • Dependent Clause
    • Phrase
    • Define these terms, and then complete 5.4-5.6 in groups of two. I will collect. Use A 2-4 in Guffey to help.
  • 26.
    • KISS
    • Omit all clichés and slang terminology (169)
    • Review this chapter and use as a constant reference.
  • 27.
    • Review Business Letters
    • Share with partner and whole group
    • Comments?
  • 28.
    • Read
    • Chapters 8,10, 11-14
    • Chapter 10: 295-322
    • Chapter 11: 340-345 Figure 11.4
    • Chapter 12: 380-403, 404-412
    • Chapter 14: 457-466 Review 470-476
    • Appendix: A6-9 (Guides 11-18)
    • Appendix: A10-12 (Guides 21-26)
  • 29.
    • Complete:
    • Nonprofit Report
    • Presentations by group members
    • Pages 158 5.4 and 5.5 to submit
    • 5.12 group discussion
    • Read 477-78 and complete 14.3
    • Review 483-485 if necessary (depends on your personal skill level)