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COM 315 Module Three Journal: Self-Presentation Challenge Guidelines and Rubric

Overview: This assignment is designed to get you to think about how you present yourself to others in an online setting. It will require you to use an existing
profile or create a new one and to ask a friend or family member for his or her perspective. Journals are private between the student and the instructor.
Activities are graded individually.

Part 1: Using either a current account or creating one if you do not currently have one, examine a Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or online dating profile you have.
If you are not a member of any of these social networking sites, you are encouraged to create a profile in order to experience what others do when creating
profiles. You can immediately delete it after it is created, if you desire.

Afterward, respond to the following questions in your journal (journal assignment 1):

● What information about yourself did you share?
● Did you highlight certain things—what were they and why did you emphasize this information?
● What information about yourself did you not share, or downplay? Why did you minimize this information?
● Did you include pictures? Why or why not?
● Overall, what type of person are you presenting yourself to be? Why?

Part 2: Ask one person with whom you are close to review your profile. If he or she has already seen your profile, tell him or her to be as unbiased as possible,
though this will be difficult. Have him or her describe to you the type of person he or she believes you to be, based SOLELY on your profile. The reader should
consider these questions: What information was included and how did you react to it? What stylistic features did the person use, and what do they say about
him or her? Does the person share a lot or a little? What does this mean to you?

In your journal assignment 2, be sure to include who the person is that you asked to review your profile (e.g., what relationship exists between you two), his or
her response to your profile, and the following questions:

● Did he or she describe you the way you wanted to be perceived (i.e., were you a competent communicator)?
● If he or she described something you did not intend, what does that tell you?
● Will you change your profile based on that person’s perception? Why or why not?

Guidelines for Submission: Submit the assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Journal Assignment

1:

Self-Presentation

Addressed all five questions
in a thoughtful and analytical
manner, demonstrating keen
insight into the factors driving
your choices

Addressed all five questions
in a complete, thoughtful,
and analytical manner

Did not address all five
question and/or did not cite
reasons for your choices

Did not address the questions
and/or provided perfunctory
and superficial analysis

45

Journal Assignment
2:

Responding to
Feedback From

Partner

Assignment includes
feedback from partner,
addresses all three questions
by citing the partner
feedback, and presents a list
of changes to be made and
why

Assignment includes
feedback from partner, and
addresses all three questions
by citing the partner
feedback

Assignment is incomplete
and/or fails to address all
questions

Response does not address
any of the questions, and/or
fails to respond to partner’s
feedback

45

Articulation Submission is free of errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, and
organization and is presented
in a professional and easy-to-
read format

Submission has no major
errors related to citations,
grammar, spelling, syntax, or
organization

Submission has major errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or
organization that negatively
impact readability and
articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or
organization that prevent
understanding of ideas

10

Total 100%

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