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i have attached 4 files. If you feel you want to do both writing 5 and 6.. Lest talkt
Writing Assignment 5 NOTE: Writing Assignments 5, 6, and 7 are linked assignments and build upon one another. Choose a topic for an analytical report from a problem or question for analysis from your major or some other subject of interest. Once you determine your subject, follow the steps outlined at the end of Chapter 21 under “Projects, General.” You will see “Prepare an analytical report, using this procedure,” step a. through step g. For Writing Assignment 5: Write a Proposal Memo in which you propose a topic for an Analytical Report. Instead of addressing the proposal to me, imagine a corporate executive or some business person for whom your proposal would hold some interest. This person would be the business executive in charge of approving your proposal and in implementing any changes your subsequent analytical report might suggest. In this initial proposal, you merely cite possible sources for your investigation, but you aren’t responsible for actually doing the analysis. Save that for the upcoming Writing Assignment 6, where you will actually carry out your analytical investigation and research. Click on this link to view a sample Writing Assignment 5: WA5-Sample-016.pdf WA5-Sample-016.pdf – Alternative Formats . Note: Do not include the numbers, notes, or highlighting from the sample. These are for your information and not a part of the submission. Somebody did already the Writing assignment 5 and I have attached in the course and the sample of the professor( Sample writing 5.) The assignmemt will be to look at the writing assignment 5 ( Diouga wa5) . However the professor complain about ( Your score is 63/75, which is 84%. The reason for the deduction is the scope of your proposal. It is far too broad. Rather than addressing such a large topic, limit your approach to a single company. I don’t want a research report on the dangers of plastic. Instead, you should write proposal for a single company to limit its use of plastic. Don’t try to save the planet, but do try to save a small part of it.) This what the professor say, if you can modify to the professor standard and do the writing 6. Writing Assignment #6 is the actual report draft in which you will conduct your research, identify or confirm possible solutions, and present your evidence. It is the fruition of the task you presented in WA 5. Writing Assignment 6 NOTE: Writing Assignment 6 should be posted to the FILE EXCHANGE area within your GROUP PAGES. After peer evaluation and revision, WA6 will be submitted to the link before for my review. Continue working through the steps outlined under “Projects, General” at the end of Chapter 21. Complete the Audience and Use Profile (step j.) and the first draft of your analytical report (step k. and l.), combine the profile and draft into one file and post this file in the “File Exchange” section of your Group Page. Click this link to view a somewhat weak sample Writing Assignment 6: English_2311_Sample_WA_6-2019.rtf Click this link to find a better sample: WA6-Sample-019.rtf Technical writers rarely work in isolation, but depend on feedback and suggestions from other writers and employers. For this reason I have placed each student in a work group of 4 or 5. This will provide you with the opportunity to exchange information with at least three other writers. You will find the “Group Pages” link under the GROUP PAGES button on the menu of our eCampus site to be most useful. Within “Group Pages” you can post your assignments in File Exchange, then share ideas and comments in the “Group Discussion Board.” Simply follow the instructions on screen to use these features. It will give you some insight into possible problems. As a group member, your job is to read the reports of your fellow members. Read them carefully. Write at least one page of response for all other group members in which you provide specific suggestions of where you feel the report is strong, where you’d like to see more information or a different organization, and any other suggestion that might help strengthen the report. Also, if you discover that the draft does not conform to the guidelines of a report, indicate that as well. The purpose of getting group feedback on your draft is NOT to tear each other apart, but to give help to each other so that everyone does better.This is the one assignment in this course that resembles what happens in a real business environment. Almost all reports are examined by groups for their feedback and suggestions. The more important the report, the more extensive the feedback. In addition, to make certain that the assignment WA6 and WA7 are your original work, these reports go through SafeAssign, which is originality checking software. Please be sure you have documented your work fully and correctly. Project General Prepare an analytical report, using this procedure: . Prepare an analytical report, using this procedure: Choose a problem or question for analysis from your major or a subject of interest. Restate the main question as a declarative sentence in your audience and purpose statement. Identify an audience—other than your instructor—that will use your information for a specific purpose. Hold a private brainstorming session to generate major topics and subtopics. Use the topics to make a working outline based on the model outline in this chapter. Make a tentative list of all sources (primary and secondary) that you will investigate. Verify that adequate sources are Ķable available. In a proposal memo to your instructor (see Chapter 22, “Research Proposals”), describe the topic and your plan for analysis. Attach a tentative bibliography. Use your working outline as a guide to research. Submit a progress report (see Chapter 20, “Progress Reports”) to your instructor describing work completed, problems encountered, and work remaining. Compose an audience and use profile. (See Chapter 2, “Develop an Audience and Use Profile.”) Write the report for your stated audience. Work from a clear statement of audience and purpose, and be sure your reasoning is shown clearly. Verify that your evidence, conclusions, and recommendations are consistent. Be especially careful that your recommendations observe the critical-thinking guidelines in Figure 21.2. After writing your first draft, make any needed changes in the outline and revise your report according to “Checklist: Analytical Reports”. Include front matter and end matter. Checklist: Analytical Reports Checklist Analytical Reports Use the following Checklist when writing a formal analytic report. Content Does the report address a clearly identified problem or purpose? (See “Clearly Identified Problem or Purpose” in this chapter.) Are the report’s length and detail appropriate for the subject? (See “Adequate but Not Excessive Data” in this chapter.) Is there enough information for readers to make an informed decision? (See “Accurate and Balanced Data” in this chapter.) Are all data fully interpreted? (See “Fully Interpreted Data” in this chapter.) Is the information accurate, unbiased, and complete? (See “Subordination of Personal Bias” in this chapter.) Are visuals used whenever possible to aid communication? (See “Appropriate Visuals” in this chapter.) Are the conclusions logically derived from accurate interpretation? (See “Valid Conclusions and Recommdations” in this chapter.) Do the recommendations constitute an appropriate and reasonable response to the question or problem? (See “Valid Conclusions and Recommdations” in this chapter.) Are all limitations of the analysis clearly acknowledged? (See “Valid Conclusions and Recommdations” in this chapter.) Are all needed front and end matter supplements included? (See “Front Matter and End Matter Supplements” in this chapter.) Is each source and contribution properly cited? (See “End Matter” in this chapter.) Arrangement Is there a distinct introduction, body, and conclusion? (See “Structuring a Formal Report” in this chapter.) Does the introduction provide sufficient orientation to the issue or problem? (See “Introduction” in this chapter.) Does the body section present a clear picture of the evidence and reasoning? (See “Body” in this chapter.) Does the conclusion answer the question that originally sparked the analysis? (See “Conclusion” in this chapter.) Are there clear transitions between related ideas? (See Appendix B, “Transitions.”) Style and Page Design Is the level of technicality appropriate for the primary audience? (See Chapter 2, “Assess the Audience’s Technical Background.”) Are headings informative and adequate? (See Chapter 13, “Using Headings for Access and Orientation.”) Is the writing clear, concise, and fluent? (See Chapter 11, “Editing for Clarity,” “Editing for Conciseness,” and “Editing for Fluency.”) Is the language precise, and informative? (See Chapter 11, “Finding the Exact Words.”) Is the report grammatical? (See Appendix B, “Grammar.”) Is the page design inviting and accessible? (See Chapter 13, “Page Design in Print and Digital Workplace Documents.”) Will the report be delivered in digital format, in print, or both? (See Chapter 13, “Page Design in Print and Digital Workplace Documents.”) Step J (2.4 Develop an Audience and Use Profile) Develop an audience and use profile to guide your work In order to focus sharply on your audience, purpose, and the many factors discussed in this chapter, develop your own version of the Audience and Use Profile Sheet shown in Figure 2.7 for any document you prepare. Modify this sheet as needed to suit your own situation, as shown in the case that follows it. Figure 2.7 Audience and Use Profile Depending on your situation, you can adapt this sheet, as shown in the case earlier in this section. For a completed profile in a persuasive situation, see Chapter 3, Figure 3.5. Case Developing an Audience and Use Profile Assume you face this situation: First-year students increasingly are dropping out of your major because of low grades or stress or inability to keep up with the workload. As part of your work–study duties, your department chairperson asks you to prepare a “Survival Guide” for next year’s incoming students to the major. This one- or two-page memo should focus on the challenges and the pitfalls of the major and should include a brief motivational section along with whatever additional information you decide readers need. Adapt Figure 2.7 to develop your audience and use profile. Here are some possible responses: Audience and Use Profile Audience and Purpose Who is my primary audience? Incoming students to the major Any secondary audiences? Department faculty. What is my relationship with everyone involved? Primary audience: student colleagues who don’t know me very well; secondary audience: major faculty, who must approve the final document. What is the purpose of the document? This document has multiple purposes: to inform, instruct, and persuade. Audience and purpose statement: The purpose of this document is to explain to incoming students the challenges and pitfalls of year 1 of our major. I will show how the number of dropouts has increased, describe what seems to go wrong and explain why, suggest steps for avoiding common mistakes, and emphasize the benefits of enduring the first year. Intended use of this document: To enable students to craft their own survival plan based on the information, advice, and encouragement provided in the document. Information needs: Incoming students know very little about this topic. They need everything spelled out. Technical background: In regard to this topic, the primary audience can be considered laypersons. Cultural considerations: The document will refer readers from other countries and cultures (exchange students, nonnative speakers of English, and so on) to designated advisors for additional assistance. Probable questions (along with others you anticipate): “How big is the problem?” “How can this problem affect me personally?” “How much time will I need to devote to homework?” “How should I budget my time?” “Can I squeeze in a part-time job?” “Why do so many students drop out?” “Whom should I see if I’m having a problem?” Probable reaction to document: Most readers should welcome this information and take it seriously. However, some students who don’t know the meaning of failure might feel patronized or offended. Some faculty might resent any suggestions that courses are too demanding. Audience Preferences about the Document Length and detail: Because the document was requested by the department and not by the primary audience, I can’t expect students to tolerate more than a page or two. Format and medium: Social media post (to the student Facebook page and Twitter) that provides a link to a PDF attachment. The social media post will be brief but very welcoming, encouraging students to click on the link and read the document. For ease of access, the document will also be available on the department’sWeb site. Tone: Since we students are all in this situation together, a friendly, informal, and positive (to avoid panic) but serious tone seems best. Due date and timing: This document must be available before students arrive next fall—but not so early that it gets forgotten or overshadowed by other registration paperwork. Budget: No printing costs are involved, but I will need someone to proofread my document and check that the PDF conversion looks good.
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Memorandum To: Ian John, the Head of Environmental Conservation and Waste Management Authority From: Lionel Diouga Date: October 17, 2021 Subject: Proposal for Proper Plastic Waste Management Introduction The amount of plastic produced today is about 350 million tones worldwide, and only about 11% of this value is being recycled. With its value, the extent of the plastic population in the environment has increased, and almost every part of the ecosystem has plastic or plastic materials from the land, water, and the air. This is a lot of plastic that may lead to an environmental and climate crisis shortly. The extensive plastic is due to several business values such as cheap production, reliability, and versatility. It can be easily inferred that plastics have become such a part of human life that it would be difficult to do away with them. Statement of Problem Plastic production continues, and this colony will continue to occupy our oceans, lakes, and landfills. With more production and companies’ inability to take care of their plastics, acceptable methods should be developed to manage the plastic waste in our environment. Companies should seek alternatives to reduce the dependency on plastics, and elimination procedures of plastics on the environment should also be sought out. Proposed Solution One possible solution to the reduction is the development of alternatives to reduce plastic usage. With only 11% of the total 350 million tons of plastics wastes being recycled, usage reduction could best mitigate the problem. Therefore, alternative management of plastics should be developed, such as using these wastes to develop other products that could be used in other sectors such as construction and energy production. Personal responsibility is also important to reduce the amount of plastic usage. Scope To assess the different methods which can be used to reduce the amount of plastic in the environment, the following topics will be considered: Which are the major business sectors that use plastic packaging as their major method of packaging products? What are some of the initiatives they have taken to ensure responsibility for their plastics products? What sector of the economy can benefit from plastics recycling, and how can plastics wastes be used as an on-demand raw material for other sectors such as energy, construction, or food facility, etc. Methods The data to be used in the experiment will be majorly drawn from publications on the effects of plastics on the general environment, the history of plastic usage and other informational websites on the environment, and documentaries on the efforts to combat the plastic pandemic. Conclusion There is a dire need to save the environment from plastic wastes. Efforts should be made to find better solutions to problems by both individual, corporate, and government agencies. Using the topic highlighted above, it would be possible to define a better method to reduce plastic wastes. Tentative Bibliography Hopewell, J. (2009). Plastics recycling: Challenges and opportunities. PubMed Central (PMC). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2873020/ Parker, L. (2019, June 7). Plastic pollution facts and information. National Geographic. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/plastic-pollution Unep. (2018, June 28). What are businesses doing to turn off the plastic tap? https://www.unep.org. https://www.unep.org/news-and-stories/story/what-are-businesses-doing-turn-plastic-tap