The submission does not meet the assignment expectations, does not

 
15.1 and 15.2 Discussion Post

What did you take away from the reading?
What questions do you have for your Instructor?

15.1 Discourse Community Deep Dive Assignment
After you complete the reading, start to explore your selected Discourse Community closely and answer the following questions:

What Discourse Community will you explore, and how would you categorize the community connection (residential, social, hobby, academic, professional, social justice . . . )?
What are the explicitly shared goals, values, or interests of the DC, and how does one become accepted as a member of this DC?
What digital or print resources did you locate?.
Where does the group’s primary communication occur, and how is intercommunication within the membership facilitated?
Where (physical or digital) do members of the DC frequent or inhabit, how do members communicate and participate, How often do they interact, and which technologies do they employ?
Who is allowed to speak and participate, and who is not allowed or encouraged (within the group)?
Who are the important people, prominent voices, or authority figures in this DC, and how is their authority or expertise established in this community?
What genres do they use their preferred methods to communicate with, and how has this DC shaped these genres to their specific goals and purposes?
What are the main intentions of the communication, and what is communicated?
List two specific examples of a lexis—a specialized language, jargon, or shorthand—you identified in the written communication of the discourse community?
How are visual communications included?
What are the unspoken rules or expectations of the DC?
Swales suggests that a University creates a constellation of discourse communities. Which other discourse communities are connected to your discourse community and how

15.2 Direct Text from DC Assignment
After discussing the sample, complete the remaining questions for each of the three pieces of direct source material you will explore:

What did you learn from reviewing the SGA example?
Where is the first text located?
Quote the text.
What is the purpose of the communication?
Discuss the elements of the communication connected to Swales’ criteria for a DC.
Where is the second text located?
Quote the text.
What is the purpose of the communication?
Discuss the elements of the communication connected to Swales’ criteria for a DC.
Where is the third text located?
Quote the text.
What is the purpose of the communication?
Discuss the elements of the communication connected to Swales’ criteria for a DC.

16.1 and 16.2 Discussion Post

What did you take away from the reading?
What questions do you have for your Instructor?

16.1 Documentation and Attribution Assignment
To practice formatting and to prepare for upcoming assignments, select one of your three quotations and complete the following:

List one of your three direct quotes.
State the signal phrase you will use to introduce the quote.
Where did you locate information on how to format the source?
Write the quote with a signal phrase and an in-text citation.
How will the formatted reference appear on the Works Cited page (note that hanging indention may be limited in a Canvas thread).

16.2 Outlining the Expository Overview Assignment
Write and upload your outline for the Expository Overview following the formatting expectations and any instructions from your Instructor.
Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDescription of criterion
10.0 pts
Exceptional (10)
The submission meets and exceeds all assignment expectations, demonstrates creative and critical thinking, and fulfills all expected conventions of university-level writing.
9.0 pts
Great (9)
The submission meets all assignment expectations, demonstrates critical thinking, and fulfills all expected conventions of university-level writing. The submission would benefit from minor development.
8.0 pts
Meets Expectations (8)
The submission meets most assignment expectations, demonstrates critical thinking, and fulfills most expected conventions of university-level writing. The submission would benefit from general development.
7.0 pts
Requires Development (7)
The submission meets some assignment expectations, demonstrates emerging critical thinking, and/or fulfills some of the expected conventions of university-level writing. The submission requires general development.
6.0 pts
Significant Development Required (6-5)
The submission meets few assignment expectations, demonstrates limited critical thinking, or fulfills few of the expected conventions of university-level writing. The submission requires significant development.
4.0 pts
Unsatisfactory or Incomplete (4-1)
The submission does not meet the assignment expectations, does not demonstrate university-level thinking, or does not fulfill a significant number of the expected conventions of university-level writing.
0.0 pts
Zero
No assignment has been submitted.
10.0 pts
Total Points: 10.0

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