Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing writing question and need an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
OverviewFor this assignment you will be creating an Ad Analysis that demonstrates your understanding of the expectations and requirements for a particular position you’ve identified that you could apply for now or in the near future (one to two years from now). You may use an internship opportunity should that be more useful to you.
Your language, (most) experiences, and tone/voice should align with the selected job advertisement. In other words, choose something realistic given your experiences. Do not make up experiences or educational background for this assignment.
You may use either Handshake or Ohio Means Jobs to identify a position. Links to both as well as additional resources can be found in the Introduction of this module.
By the end of this project you should have a working template that you can revise to submit for future job positions. More importantly, you will understand the concepts and approaches that you can use for future job/work contexts.
ParametersPlease seek out and use one one job advertisement that you believe that you can be competitive in achieving, given your current credentials or the credentials you will soon acquire. That is, you want to be realistic enough about about your credentials so that you are able to create effective career documents. If you choose something too ambitious, like a CEO position, it will be difficult to include credible experiences in your career documents. It will be easier if you select something feasible, such as an internship or a job that you intend to get once you have graduated.
Write a one page memo addressed to me that helps you analyze the selected opportunity. The memo should be formatted and professional. If you need additional help writing a memo, visit this site on Memo Writing (Links to an external site.).
Your memo should address the following questions:
What are some key words and phrases from the advertisement? Identify five to seven. Explain why you think they are important and what they tell you about the position and/or the candidate being sought.
What are three key qualifications that the advertisement seeks from a candidate? These might be the qualifications that you think are most applicable to you.
How do you believe your experiences align with these qualifications?
Your response to question 3 should be the most detailed and extensive, with clear references to your experiences and background to support your discussion.
Audience ApproachAs your instructor, I am your audience. Imagine that you are asking me for advice about this particular position and how to best be a competitive candidate. This memo will give me the information I need to help you.
Be sure to include a copy of the advertisement with your submission, so that I can better respond to your memo.
Submission ChecklistSubmit a well-written, proofread memo that addresses the questions asked above
Submit a copy of the advertisement– DO NOT SUBMIT A LINK; online job advertisements can be deleted at any time.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing report and need an explanati

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Overview
This assignment asks you to prepare a long, formal report that explores the impact of COVID and the pandemic on workplace communication in your profession or future profession. Your goal is to better understand this context and to offer some guidelines or advice to other aspiring professionals.
This Word document provides a template
that you can use. Download the document and make your changes/additions to it. Remember: this is a template. Be sure that you are changing everything necessary in the document. Comments are included to help guide you. If you have difficulty accessing a Word document, please email me directly as soon as possible. Directions
To complete this assignment:
Draft your final report project, using the materials from this module, research, and assignment template to guide your writing approaches.As much as possible, you want to create a comprehensive draft that will allow others to provide you useful feedback. In terms of a percentage, you want to complete around 80% of this report to receive useful feedback.
Submit your draft before the deadline, to be peer reviewed by other students. Late documents will not be assigned peers by Canvas. In this case, please contact me.

The Week 2 Lesson has two parts, exploring types of digital information and sour

The Week 2 Lesson has two parts, exploring types of digital information and sources and fake news and disinformation (CO3). One of the most important skills we learn as adults is information literacy and the ability to evaluate sources and recognize if these sources are accurate.
For this week’s forum, we are exploring websites that check information for bias, misinformation, and possible fake news misinformation. Go to the following websites and review the methodology they use to test information for accuracy.
Our Process at FactCheck.org

Our Process


Methodology at Media Bias/Fact Check

Methodology


Transparency at Snopes.com

Transparency


After you have looked over these websites and reviewed the methodology of each website, please answer the following:
Which website do you find has the best way to review information for accuracy?
Do any of these websites have any gaps in their methodology?
Why is it important for everyone to be able to evaluate information?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing exercise and need an explana

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing exercise and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Alignment: this helps make any document look “clean.” Breaks in alignment tend to signal breaks in information.
Spacing: Don’t crowd your text. Include spacing between clear sections of different information.
Organization of ideas: what information should come first? What information should be prioritized?
Appropriate language use: The use of language in this email is clearly problematic. How might you use word-choice to elevate your professionalism?
Specificity of details: make sure to include things like what class you are in and what assignment you are referencing. Too often, students will email me to ask about an assignment. Some semesters, I have over 80 students. I may not know who you are or what you are referencing. It is better to assume that this is probably the case for all of your professors and your future supervisors until you have established a relationship.
Tone: what is tone? Tone is related to language use and organization of your text. It is a more abstract, but important component of writing. You can read a document, email, or text, and get a sense of whether a person is angry, disrespectful, professional, empathetic, deliberate, worried, to name a few tones. When students use “Hey,” to address a new supervisor or a professor, the reader may think that this writer may be disrespectful or unprofessional, even if this is not the intended tone.

OVERVIEW The proper use of logic in writing involves using both proper content a

OVERVIEW
The proper use of logic in writing involves using both proper content and proper form. Legal
writers must be able to identify main arguments and make them clear and concise. They must
also be able to edit their work to avoid extra words and jargon. Arguments should focus on
making statements rather than asking questions. This assignment will provide the opportunity to
revise an argument so that it provides proper transitions and steps of reasoning while also being
grammatically sound.
INSTRUCTIONS
Read the following thesis statement/introduction below. Identify the central argument or
conclusion that the author attempts to establish. Then, organize the arguments in support of that
assertion in a grammatically and logically correct manner. Use legal reasoning either in
deductive or inductive form. Revise the thesis statement/introduction so that it makes non-
emotional, logically coherent arguments. The argument must emphasize reason. Make sure to
revise the grammatical mistakes as well. The assignment does not require any citations and no
additional research on the topic is necessary.