assigned readings regarding report writing W r i t i n g

assigned readings regarding report writing W r i t i n g


Choose any three specific criteria (one of the letters) on the assignment’s evaluation rubric below. Discuss only these criteria in your evaluation. You should aim to choose different criteria for each practice evaluation assignment to help you develop an awareness of different writing concerns.

1. Addressing the Assignment

a. Directions: follow all directions,
b. Application: study and follow the advice given in the assigned readings regarding report writing and all report components,
c. Understanding: identify, discuss, and make connections between rhetorical situation components and choices,
d. Understanding: understand how genre can shape a writer’s choices and be adapted for different rhetorical situations,

2. Rhetorical Awareness

a. Target: target specific rhetorical situations through effective rhetorical choices.

3. Focus & Support

a. Focus: establish an appropriate focus in all report sections (e.g. abstract, executive summary, etc.); remind audience of the focus throughout the report,
b. Claims: go beyond description to include a thorough and developed comparative and cause/effect analysis of the relationship between genres, rhetorical situations, and rhetorical choices,
c. Support: support all ideas with effective explanations, examples, and/or expert evidence.


a. Paragraph Focus: focus paragraphs and sections on one specific claim and/or topic,
b. Emphasis: place important ideas at the beginning and ending of paragraphs and sections,
c. Length: write paragraphs, sections, lists, and sentences of an effective length for emphasizing ideas,
d. Order: order paragraphs, claims, evidence, sections, and lists logically and according to the rhetorical situation
e. Connections: provide clear connections between all paragraphs, claims, evidence, and sections.


a. Report: apply knowledge of all report components, including titles, abstracts, executive summaries, introductions, conclusions, visuals, and headings.


a. Types: use source types appropriate for the rhetorical situation,
b. Purpose: use sources in a deliberate and effective way for the purpose,
c. Analysis: describe and analyze quotes, pictures, etc. thoroughly and explicitly,
d. Citation: cite all source material with consistent and correct parenthetical/in-text citation; cite all source material with consistent and correct end citation.


a. Language: show careful editing and consistent control of Standard Written English,
b. Word Choice: use words appropriate to the rhetorical situation (e.g. terminology of the class, descriptive (not evaluative) language, third-person point of view, etc.),
c. Formality: maintain a formal writing style appropriate for a business report.

Your evaluation should include the following:

  • a description with examples of what the writer did
  • an evaluation (judgment) of the effectiveness
  • a reason (rationale) of why you think it is effective or ineffective
  • specific suggestions for improvement (if applicable)

Sample to Evaluate:…

Word requirement: 300+ words

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