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BUSI 3642 University of Fraser Valley Individual Project Management News Review 3

BUSI 3642 University of Fraser Valley Individual Project Management News Review 3

Question Description

I’m working on a business writing question and need support to help me understand better.

  1. write news paper analysis about 2 pages or 500- 600 words
  2. Choose an Article. The news should be taken from business news source such as
    • The Globe and Mail
    • Maclean’s
    • The Vancouver Sun
    • The Economist
    • Time
    • The New York Times
    • The Independent
    • The Guardian
    • Project Management Review, or
    • other recognized newspapers, journals, or magazines.
    1. Articles should be at least 8-10 paragraphs to provide enough information for you to review.
    2. Articles should discuss current events and should be no more than two months older than the assignment due date.
    3. Avoid using articles published as editorials (opinions, columns), press releases, blogs, or general sources. While often interesting and informative, these tend not to be as thorough or present only one opinion on a topic.
  3. Write an Introduction
  4. Summarize the Article
    1. Present a summary of the key points along with a limited number of examples.
    2. You can also briefly explain the author’s purpose/intentions throughout the text and describe how the text is organized.
    3. The summary should only make up about a third of the critical review.
  5. Critique the Article
    1. The critique should be a balanced discussion and evaluation of the strengths, weaknesses, and notable features of the text.
    2. Remember to base your discussion on specific criteria.
    3. Good reviews also include other sources to support the evaluation (remember to reference).
    4. You can choose how to sequence your critique. Here are some examples to get you started:
      1. Most important to least important conclusions you make about the text.
      2. If your critique is more positive than negative, then present the negative points first and positive last.
      3. If your critique is more negative than positive, then present the positive points first and negative last.
      4. If there are both strengths and weaknesses for each criterion you use, you need to decide what your judgement is overall. For example, you may want to comment on a key idea in the text and have both positive and negative comments. You could begin by stating what is good about the idea, and then concede and explain how it is limited in some way. While this example shows a mixed evaluation, overall you are probably being more negative than positive.
      5. In long reviews, you can address each criterion you choose in a paragraph, including both negative and positive points. For very short critical reviews (one page or less) where your comments will be briefer, include a paragraph of positive aspects and another of negative.
      6. You can also include recommendations used in the critique section on how the text can be improved in terms of ideas, research approach, theories, or frameworks.
  6. Write a Conclusion
  7. Cite Your References
  8. rubric
    Activity/Competencies Demonstrated % of Final Grade
    Critical Analysis and Research /70
    a. Depth of analysis of project news /40
    b. Relevance of research on project news /30
    Communication /20
    a. Uses language clearly and effectively /10
    b. Information organized intelligently and holistically /10
    Style and Mechanics /10
    a. APA Referencing and formatting (title, headings, and references) /5
    b. Spelling and grammar /5
    Total /100

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