PDR-264573 Career http://www.24activ.com/tickets/scp/public_attachment.php?id=2287e The class has….
PDR-264573 Career http://www.24activ.com/tickets/scp/public_attachment.php?id=2287e The class has read and discussed reports entitled “Rural>City>Cyberspace” (95-100) and “Women Don’t Ask” (699-703). Each professional writer uses secondary sources, specific strategies, and definitions to inform readers about their topics. Now, you will write a report, and the topic will be your career choice or career interest. As the expert, you will inform readers about your prospective career. While writing this report, consider rhetorical situations – purpose, genre, stance, media, design, and audience. Demonstrate awareness of audience. Envision readers who know little about your prospective career. Provide an overview of degree requirements, including internship, practicum, and/or field-hour requirements. Identify types and levels of college degrees or professional certificates required for the specific career. Define discipline and field-specific terms related to the degree and career. Write-out abbreviations. Provide information about current and future hiring trends. Describe general duties. Share starting salary and any other information that might inform readers. This report should include the following general features: 1) A narrow focus 2) A clear writing strategy (explanation, comparison, etc.) 3) Objectivity 4) Definitions 5) At least two reliable (preferably scholarly) secondary sources and correct MLA in-text source documentation conventions. 6) Illustrations, graphs, etc. (optional) 7) A Works Cited page that includes no URLs (see page 531). Review “Ways of Organizing a Report” (113). Use organization presented in the first diagram. Create an effective opening that includes a well-written thesis statement and specifies what you will discuss in your report. Highlight the thesis statement with bold print. Summarize main points of the Report in the conclusion. Use a font size no smaller than 12 and no larger than 14. Number and double space each page, including the Works Cited page. The Works Cited page should consist of at least two reliable (preferably scholarly) sources, one of which may be the result of field research (personal interview). DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA. Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Bring a three-page draft Report and a Works Cited page to class for Peer Review. Reminder: Please bring Peer Review sheets. This Peer Review is worth 25 points. 4 pages, 2 MLA