You have received an email from a graduating student, the son or daughter of an acquaintance. This young person wants advice: How does he or she get a job like yours?
The student asks, “What do I have to do? What is the most important advice you can give me? Was there an element of luck in your career choice, and your success? If so, can you explain to me what it was?”
1. Compose two paragraph reply. Be clear, concise, logical and effective. You are free to advise the student to either pursue your career, or to avoid it.
2. Following your reply, explain exactly you think it is effective. As before, you should make full use of the module sources, providing citations and references as necessary.
Your analysis of your own letter, like your analyses of your classmates’ letters, should be complete, concise, logical, relevant, positive and constructive. Be sure to use proper English.
Discussion 4 Expectations
Respond to the request in an informed, rigorous and professional manner. Your response should demonstrate an application of the concepts as well as a reflection of your personal experience. Since Module 4 is a cumulative Module, you may draw upon concepts from any of the preceding Modules.
Please use these required sources
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Atkinson, C. (2004a). The Cognitive Load of PowerPoint: Q&A with Richard E. Mayer.
Atkinson, C., (2004b). Five Experts Dispute Edward Tufte on PowerPoint. Sociable Media.
Bowman, J. (2002). Presentation Skills.
Doumont, J. (2005). The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint: Slides Are Not All Evil. Technical Communication, 52(1), 64-70.Retrieved from ProQuest.
Graves, J. A. (2012). 6 résumé writing tips for business school grads. U.S.News & World Report.
Healthy Dining Finder (2015). Healthy Diet Finder homepage.
Khoo, V. (2012). How to… write winning cover letters and résumés. Charter, 83(5), 44-45. Retrieved from ProQuest.
Microsoft (2015). Record and add narration and timings to a slide show.
Norman, D. (2004). In Defense of PowerPoint.
Pearson (2015e). Oral presentation skills.
Rogers, P. (1998) TeknoSport: Communicating to Prevent Change. Business Communication Quarterly, 61(1), 139-145.
Tufte, E., (2003). PowerPoint Is Evil. Power Corrupts. PowerPoint Corrupts Absolutely. Wired.
TUI (2015). Oral communication rubric. Document in support of Business Communication (BUS303). Available from Trident University International, 5757 Plaza Drive, Cypress, CA 90630.
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