Project #54424 - Writing for Business

Instructions: This writing sample will help me assess the types of writing concerns students bring to our class. Please respond to the following questions as fully as possible in one cohesive essay. This is not a test and will not be graded. It will merely be used to evaluate the writing strengths and weaknesses of the class and allow me to better address those concerns. Feel free to organize the essay in the manner you have previously learned and use both sides of the sheet to respond, if necessary.

Questions: Think back your experiences in previous writing or English courses. What sort of writing did you do? How did those classes make you feel about writing? In your view, what is the difference between the type of writing you have done in those courses and the type of writing you expect to do in Writing for the Business and the Professions course? Answer in 3 paragraphs. Post essay in window(NOT AN ATTACHMENT)

 

My previous writing course was called Expository Writing.  I took it at Rutgers University.  Below is a description of what kind of writing I did in the course:

Expository Writing (English 101) is the required writing course for all students at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, and it is usually completed in the first semester. The course is designed to prepare students for the writing they will do at the university and in their professional lives. Both at school and at work, writing usually involves three fundamental activities:

  • reading articles, reports, or books intended for an educated audience
  • making connections among multiple sources
  • using this knowledge to develop an independent thesis that responds to the ideas of others 

Here is a description of the Writing for the Business and the Professions course:

Writing for Business and Professions offers students practice writing for a business or professional audience as they develop, research, and revise an independent project.  The purpose of the class is to prepare students to think as managers capable of putting information to practical use.  All students are welcome and a wide range of proposals are possible for the class. Proposals must provide a researched rationale for a project designed to address a specific problem.  In the course of the term, students complete assignments intended to help them develop and expand their projects.

We begin by working on the resume and cover letter, both as professional documents and as examples of presenting information to a specific audience.  Then each student develops an independent class project through several stages of revision, culminating in a final paper.  Topics are freely chosen, though students taking the course usually propose business, sports management,education, government, or entrepreneurial initiatives.

 

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