Summary: Write a detailed, single-spaced summary of presentations. (NOTE: This should not be a summary of your own presentation, but of the section in the textbook that explains presentations in general.) 250-500 words. Submit via Pilot. DUE DATE & TIME: Friday, Apr. 7, 9 a.m.
Final Presentation (Preparation): Brainstorm a topic and prepare a detailed PURPOSE PARAGRAPH
and OUTLINE. Your purpose paragraph should be written as a single-spaced
text patterned after the sample in Determining Your Purpose on pg. 407. Your outline should be single-spaced, too, and
AT LEAST 250 words long; refer to outlining for the proper format. Submit via Pilot. DUE DATE & TIME: Friday, Apr. 14, 9 a.m.
Final Presentation: Submit via Pilot. DUE DATE & TIME: Friday, Apr. 21, 9 a.m.
Final Reflection: In
English 3000, you have been asked to read and synthesize a lot of information
and produce several different types of writing, each of which may come
into play in the business world. The online structure of the course
also required you to engage with computer technology on an intensive level. Write
a 250-500 word reflection on the course in which you describe the skills
you learned and developed in English 330 and how you foresee yourself
putting them to use outside of university life. This reflection should be entirely free of mechanical and grammatical errors, so be sure to both write something thoughtful and revise your writing. Submit via Pilot. DUE DATE & TIME: Friday, Apr. 21, 9 a.m.