When someone’s writing is not focused, clear, and precise the message is often lost or confusing. To succeed in today’s competitive, professional world you must be able to communicate effectively; especially through writing.

UNV 104 Week 4 Topic 4 DQ 1

Read the plagiarism article, Times Reporter who Resigned Leaves Long Trail of Deception and then view the video on Jaysen Blair to prepare you to respond to the discussion question.

Use your own words to synthesize information from all three resources to determine some implications of being accused of plagiarism in the professional world or in your chosen career. Within this paragraph, be sure to paraphrase a supporting statement from at least two of the sources and include their appropriate in-text citations

Article Links:

Reference

Barry, D., Barstow, D., Glater, J. D., Liptak, A., & Steinberg, J. (2003). Correcting the record: Times reporter who resigned leaves long trail of deception. New York Times, 11.

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Reference

Belt, G. (2007). The First Amendment Center – Ethics in journalism. Freedom Forum. Retrieved from: http://catalog.freedomforum.org/FFLib/JournalistScandals.htm

Reference

The Jayson Blair story: Favoritism and plagiarism at the New York times [Video file]. (2003). In Films On Demand. Retrieved May 8, 2015, from

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UNV 104 Week 4 Topic 4 DQ 2

When someone’s writing is not focused, clear, and precise the message is often lost or confusing. To succeed in today’s competitive, professional world you must be able to communicate effectively; especially through writing.

Describe a situation (real or fictional) where not having a focused message in your writing could lead to a problem or poor outcome. Describe how you can use the writing process to ensure your writing is focused and effective.

UNV 104 Week 4 First Draft Expository Essay

Details:

Now that you have written the outline for your essay, it is time to write the first draft. Please access your resources through the resources tab, and then course materials. These resources can be found under “other.”

Review the attached “Writing a Five-Paragraph Essay” resource to help guide you through the structure of a five-paragraph essay.
Review the media piece The Writing Process to help you prepare your first draft.
Review your outline feedback from your instructor to help you prepare your first draft.
Write the first draft of your five-paragraph expository essay, which should be 750-1,000 words.
Review the First Draft Rubric to help you make sure all elements are present in your essay. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Review the attached “Essay Checklist” to help you review and make sure your essay includes the following:
An introductory paragraph with a thesis statement.
Three body or supporting paragraphs.
A concluding paragraph.
In-text citations and a reference page. (Remember to reference and cite any supporting information you are taking from your articles-if it is not your original thought, there needs to be a citation and reference.)
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center at http://gcumedia.com/lms-resources/student-success-center/writing-center/index.html.

Submit the completed First Draft to TurnItIn (TII) and review your report BEFORE submitting to your instructor. Access the additional instructions how to understand your report in your resources.

Once you know your first draft is ready to submit to your instructor, submit the completed assignment to the final assignment drop box by the end of Topic 4 (Sunday, by 11:59pm, Arizona Time).

 

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