Write a reflection on a communication event in which you participated during the past few weeks.

Write a reflection on a communication event in which you participated during the past few weeks. Apply three course concepts of your choosing. Your paper should be organized in the following fashion: (1) Describe the nature of the experience (what you did, what was said). (2) Describe and analyze the effects (what did you observe, how did others respond, how did you feel, what worked/did not work). (3) Describe the underlying principles that shaped this experience (theories/concepts from this course). This paper is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your knowledge of the material and your ability to apply concepts to real-life contexts.You should also cite your textbook with a minimum of three in-text citations in your paper and in a formal reference page in APA or MLA. For example: According to Floyd (2017), passive listening is defined as… or Social comparison is a common intrapersonal communication behavior people exhibit while taking exams in school (Floyd, 2017).

Rubric
Theory Application
Theory Application
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuality of Information (Clarity of Ideas)
20 to >16.0 pts
Excellent
Information is clearly stated, includes several supporting details and/or examples, and clearly develops students cultural identity
16 to >14.0 pts
Good
Information clearly stated, provides appropriate number of supporting details and/or examples, and adequately develops the students cultural identity
14 to >12.0 pts
Below Average
Some information clearly stated, few details and/or examples are given, and cultural identity is developed somewhat clearly
12 to >0 pts
Poor
Information not clearly stated, no details and/or examples given, cultural identity is not developed
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization (Structure and Formatting)
20 to >16.0 pts
Excellent
Information is very organized with well-constructed paragraphs, and transitions. Work has correct heading, proper font, margins, and page numbering.
16 to >14.0 pts
Good
Information is organized with well-constructed paragraphs. Work probably has heading, proper font, margins, and page numbering. (Student will lose points if any are missing.)
14 to >12.0 pts
Below Average
Some information is organized, but paragraphs are not well-constructed. Work might have heading, proper font, margins, and page numbering. (Student will lose points if any are missing.)
12 to >0 pts
Poor
The information appears to be disorganized. Work may not have heading, proper font, margins, and page numbering. (Student will lose points if any are missing.)
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVoice (Style and Word Choice)
20 to >16.0 pts
Excellent
Voice and vocabulary are appropriate for collegiate level business writing with unique style. Writing is expressive, engaging, sincere, and shows a strong sense of commitment to topic.
16 to >12.0 pts
Good
Voice and vocabulary are appropriate. Business writing demonstrates a consistent sense of commitment to topic.
12 to >0.0 pts
Below Average
Voice and vocabulary are evident though they vary between appropriate/inappropriate and personal/impersonal. Business writing shows commitment to topic is inconsistent.
0 pts
Poor
Voice and vocabulary are inappropriate and business writing provides little sense of commitment to topic.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanics (Sentence Structure, Punctuation, Grammar, Spelling)
20 to >16.0 pts
Excellent
Sentences show high degree of craftsmanship and enhance the composition. Less than five grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors.
16 to >12.0 pts
Good
Sentences varied and create an effective flow. Five to ten grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors.
12 to >0.0 pts
Below Average
Sentences can be awkward in construction and detract from flow. Ten to fifteen grammatical spelling, or punctuation errors.
0 pts
Poor
Sentences difficult to follow and make composition hard to read. More than fifteen grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCitations and References
20 pts
Excellent
Minimum number of citations are met. References page and in-text citations are formatted according MLA, APA or Chicago guidelines.
16 pts
Good
Minimum number of citations are met. References page and in-text citations are not formatted according MLA, APA or Chicago guidelines.
12 pts
Below Average
Citation requirement is partially met. References page and in-text citations are not formatted according MLA, APA or Chicago guidelines.
0 pts
Poor
No citations are offered or no references page is included.
20 pts

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