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This assignment is the first of four SLPs where you will build a bank of takeaways pertaining to ethical and/or unethical behaviors.
After reviewing this SLP scenario:
- Express your reactions
- Apply your own background/experiences
- Cite at least two background and course materials
- State important takeaways
- Add other comments you would like to make
Your SLP submission should be 2 to 3 pages of text, well organized, well written, and 100% error free. You may use first- or third-person voice. Write in full sentences. Demonstrate your critical-thinking skills. It is not required that you search the Trident Online Library for additional reference sources for this SLP 1; however, add at least 2 applicable background materials from the module. You may bring in reputable Internet sources. Be sure to cite all sources used. Be creative (for example, add color and/or small graphics) to enhance your writing.
Watch the following video showing examples of conflict of interest:
McCombs School of Business. (2019, February 19). Concepts unwrapped: Conflict of interest [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/aQpZnlWk9As
Written Communications Emphasis
The grading rubric for Written Communications has been developed to measure student success in meeting the ETH501 SLP 1 “introduced” expectations related to written communications. Other assessments of written communications at the “reinforced” and “emphasized” levels are included in future assignments in courses designed for that purpose.
General References Useful for Preparing Graduate-Level Papers:
For a list of general reference sources related to locating library sources, using APA formatting, applying critical thinking skills, and so forth, see General References Useful for Preparing Graduate-Level Papers. It is not required that you read these sources page-by-page, but rather you use them as guides.
SLP Assignment Expectations
This signature assignment for written communications (introduced level) will be assessed utilizing the following rubric criteria:
Context and purpose for writing: A thorough understanding of context, audience, and purpose that is responsive to the assigned task(s) and focuses all elements of the work.
Content: Uses appropriate, relevant, and compelling content to illustrate mastery of the subject, conveying the writer’s understanding, and shaping the whole work.
Adherence to conventions in specific disciplines, syntax control, and mechanics: Detailed attention to and successful execution of a wide range of conventions particular to a specific discipline and/or writing tasks(s) including organization, content, presentation, formatting, stylistic choices, and subject-appropriate language that skillfully communicates meaning to readers with clarity, and is error-free.
Sources and Evidence: Demonstrates skillful use of high-quality, credible, relevant sources to develop ideas that are appropriate for the discipline and genre of the writing.
Citing Sources: Mastery using in-text citations of sources, proper format for quotations, and correctly formats full source information in the reference list using APA style (bibliography).