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Discussion Topic
After reviewing “Required supplemental reading weeks 1-6” for w

Discussion Topic
After reviewing “Required supplemental reading weeks 1-6” for week one material posted in Lectures, discuss What is meant by “communications skills” and, more specifically what we mean by good communications skills in Business Communications. You might talk about how business communications differs from “social” or other professional communications; you might talk about what you learned from the material, what you agreed with, what you disagreed with, what was missing, why it matters, and so on. I will be looking for discussion postings that reflect your understanding of the “Required” reading material and your ability to apply what you have learned to a real life business conversation.
Start the conversation early so others can participate– posting your contribution at 11PM on Sunday Night is not participating in the conversation.
There should be two threads per person at the forum (your initial and one other thread for your classmate) It is suggested that you distribute your postings throughout the week, at the beginning of the week and then comeback middle of the week and complete your other post. The next students are expected to read what others have already written and to add to the conversation once there is activity at the forum by posting the initial, and subsequent one other classmate post.. . Just saying ” I agree with Maria” does not add to the conversation. Opening a new thread is like talking to yourself in an empty room.
You must submit at least one other posting to your classmate in addition to your original “thread”.
Start the conversation early so others can participate– posting your contribution at 11PM on Sunday Night is not participating in the conversation.
Rubrics
Criteria
Exemplary (3 points)
Competent (2 points)
Developing (1 point)
Emerging (0 points)
Content (25%)
Discussion postings actively stimulate and sustain further discussion by building on peers’ responses including. — affirming statements or references to relevant research or, — asking related questions or, — making an oppositional statement supported by any personal experience or related research.
Discussion postings contribute to the class’ ongoing conversations as evidenced by stimulating additional discussion with limited supporting experience or research. Discussion postings respond to most postings of peers within a 48 hour period.
Discussion postings sometimes contribute to ongoing conversations as evidenced by stimulating additional discussion with limited supporting experience or research.
Discussion postings do not contribute to ongoing conversations or respond to peers’ postings. There is no evidence of replies to questions. Discussion postings are at midpoint or later in the week/module or contributions are only posted on the last day of the module. Student did not attempt activity.
Attitude & Etiquette (25%)
Written interactions on the discussion forum show respect, interest, and sensitivity to peers’ gender, cultural and linguistic background.
Written interactions on the discussion forum show respect and interest in the viewpoints of others.
Some of the written interactions on the discussion board show respect and interest in the viewpoints of others.
Written interactions on the discussion forum show disrespect for the viewpoints of others. Student did not attempt activity.
Quality of Writing/Proofreading (25%)
Written responses are free of grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. The style of writing facilitates communication.
Written responses are largely free of grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. The style of writing generally facilitates communication.
Written responses include some grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors that distract the reader.
Written responses contain numerous grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. The style of writing does not facilitate effective communication. Student did not attempt activity.
Timeliness/Frequency (25%)
Meets posting timeline guidelines in syllabus or special assignment.
All required posts with no more than one late.
All required posts with several late or missing required posts.
Missing required posts and/or all late. Student did not attempt activity.

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