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BUS 303 Module 1 Case and SLP Latest-Trident

BUS 303 Module 1 Case and SLP Latest-Trident

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BUS 303 Module 1 Case Latest-Trident

Module 1 Case

BUSINESS AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Case Assignment

Business and Intercultural Communication

The principle activity of this Case is to complete two interactive tutorials, and prepare short essays (one or two pages each) summarizing their key points.

Essay 1: Complete the Pearson interactive tutorial, “Introduction to Business Communication.” This is referenced on the Background page as Pearson 2015a. Write a short essay summarizing the key features of business communication, as opposed to ordinary, everyday communication. Feel free to use short lists. Be sure to include a reference to the tutorial (you may copy the reference from the Background page to the bibliography of your own paper). Additionally, be sure to include a citation in the body of your paper, showing your readers where you used the tutorial. For information about references and citations, please refer to the Writing Style Guide, found under the “My Resources” tab on the TLC Portal.

Essay 2: Identical to Essay 1 above, but summarizing the contents of the Pearson interactive tutorial “Intercultural Communication.” This is listed on the Background page as Pearson 2015b.

Assignment Expectations

Well-organized, well-written essays covering all the topics outlined in the assignment.

No errors in spelling, grammar, or syntax, and an appropriate scholarly style. Refer to the Writing Style Guide.

All sources cited and referenced in accordance with a standard citation style. APA is preferred, but not required. Refer to the Writing Style Guide.

BUS 303 Module 1 SLP Latest-Trident

Module 1 – SLP

BUSINESS AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Initiating the job search

In the SLPs for this course, you will assume the role of a currently employed professional wanting to change careers. Each of the SLPs will focus on different phases of the job search. In each SLP, you will apply the business communication principles covered in the module.

Search for companies you are interested in working for, or jobs you are keen on. You may begin your search at an employment website (such as Monster.com, usajobs.gov, etc.) and find a job opening that interests you. Save the existing job advertisement for a position you are interested in.

You will be completing the subsequent SLPs using this job opening you identified.

Write a generic email, using principles from routine and goodwill emails, to inquire about your desired position. You may ask questions related to application procedures, deadlines, references, or any other detail. The objective of this email is to build rapport with the company and notify them of your interest, and the possibility you may be submitting an application later on. Include the actual job advertisement in your submission. This could be a pdf document, or a link to the advertisement.

Following the email, write an essay explaining the principles and good practices you followed while creating it.

Submit your assignment by the module’s due date.

SLP Assignment Expectations

Your email should be professionally formatted and effectively deliver the message, using concepts covered in the module. Please use proper English. Sentences must be properly constructed and free of grammatical and typographical errors. No citations are needed in the email.

In your summary, you are expected to discuss your strategies and approach, using the concepts covered in the module. Your discussion should be analytical and sufficiently rigorous to demonstrate synthesis of the concepts. Formal citations are required, along with a formal bibliography. The summary is to be prepared as an academic essay. Content should be clearly presented with a logical flow.

SLP General Expectations

For the SLPs, students are expected to play a role as themselves in the job market. You are to identify a job that interests you in Module 1. The SLPs will take you through the job search and application process, presenting you in different scenarios requiring you to demonstrate your ability to communicate effectively and professionally.

Formal citations and a bibliography are required unless otherwise stated.

Submit your assignments by the module’s due date.