Business Document Analysis Project
1. Apply the Evaluation Rubric to evaluate the effectiveness of the sample documents and annotate the three documents with comments to justify your evaluation scores on the rubric (first drafts due June 12 in instructor conference (final drafts due June 24, in class).
Score each document on each criterion, and then give each document an overall score.
Submit an “annotated” copy of each document, illustrating/justifying the scores on the rubric. Use MSWord “track changes” to mark and comment on the documents
This evaluation will provide data/findings for your document analysis report (see item 2, below) and your revision of the documents (see item 3, below).
BRING THE FOLLOWING TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR CONFERENCE ON JUNE 12:
Completed Evaluation Rubric
2. Prepare a report detailing your work in evaluating and revising the business documents. The first draft is due June 17 in the instructor conference. The final draft is due June 24, in class).
Submit a first draft of the report on June 17.
Meet with me on June 17 for feedback on your draft.
Submit your final draft on June 24, in class.
BRING THE FOLLOWING TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR CONFERENCE ON JUNE 17:
Completed Document Evaluation Report
3. Rewrite the documents, based on your analysis using the evaluation rubric (first drafts due June 19 in your instructor conference (final drafts due June 24, in class).
Submit first drafts of your rewrites for my initial feedback.
Each student will meet with me to discuss the first draft re-writes.
Based on my feedback, prepare and submit final drafts of the re-written documents (due June 24, in class).
BRING THE FOLLOWING TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR CONFERENCE ON JUNE 19:
Completed revisions (re-writes) of all three documents.
BRING THE FOLLOWING TO CLASS ON JUNE 24:
Final drafts of Evaluation Rubric and Annotated Documents
Final draft of Document Evaluation Report
Final drafts of revised documents.
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