Assignment 2.3: Justification Report - Part 3 (Final)

May 19th, 2015
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Assignment 2.3: Justification Report - Part 3 (Final)
Due Week 7 and worth 200 points

In Assignments 2.1 (Part 1) and 2.2 (Part 2) of the Justification Report, you built up the major parts of your formal, researched justification report (Problem Statement, Overview of Alternatives, Criteria, Methods, Evaluation of Alternatives, Findings and Analysis, and References). You will begin Part 3 by inserting your revisions of Parts 1 and 2 based on your instructor's suggestions. Then, you will include a few new additions:

Use the basic outline below to draft your paper. Organize your responses to each question under the following section headings:

  • Introduction (for Question 1)
    • Problem Statement (for Question 1a)
    • Terminology (for Question 1b)
    • Major Sections of the Report (for Question 1c)
    • Scope and Limitations of the Research (for Question 1d)
  • Preliminary Parts (for Question 2)
  • Recommendation (for Question 3)
  • References (for Question 4)


Write a four (4) page, single-spaced report in which you: 

  1. Create an introduction that tells what your report is about.
    1. Include the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.
    2. Include terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.
    3. Briefly summarize the major sections and findings of the report that you've developed in Parts 1 and 2.
    4. Discuss what your report will cover and what it will not.
  2. Create the preliminary parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes:
    1. Title Page
    2. Transmittal
    3. Table of Contents
    4. Executive Summary
      Note: Use small Roman numerals to number the pages of the preliminary parts of the report.
  3. Create the Recommendation section of the Report.
    1. Provide a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.
  4. Create the References sections, which goes at the end of the Report, by pasting in your revised References page.

Note: Remember to organize the report by the section headings. The report should reflect a style and format appropriate for business; single spacing and bullet points are acceptable for formal business reports.

Your assignment must:

  • Be typed, single spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.


The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Support ideas or claims in body paragraphs with clear details, examples, and explanations.
  • Organize ideas logically by using transitional words, phrases, and sentences.
  • Use sentence variety and effective word choice in written communication.
  • Apply writing process strategies to develop formal business reports and / or proposals.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues related to selected topics.
  • Write clearly and concisely using proper writing mechanics.

Click here to view the grading rubric.

Points: 200

Assignment 2.3: Justification Report – Part 3 (Final)

Criteria

Unacceptable

Below 60% F

Meets Minimum Expectations

60-69% D

Fair

70-79% C

Proficient

80-89% B

Exemplary

90-100% A

1a. Create an introduction that tells what your report is about, including the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.

Weight: 10%

Did not submit or incompletely created an introduction that tells what your report is about, including the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.

Insufficiently created an introduction that tells what your report is about, including the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.

Partially createdan introduction that tells what your report is about, including the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.

Satisfactorily created an introduction that tells what your report is about, including the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.

Thoroughly created an introduction that tells what your report is about, including the Problem Statement that you already created and revised in Part 1.

1b. Create an introduction that tells what your report is about,including terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.

Weight: 10%

Did not submit or incompletely created an introduction that tells what your report is about,including terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.

Insufficiently created an introduction that tells what your report is about,including terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.

Partially createdan introduction that tells what your report is about, including terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.

Satisfactorily created an introduction that tells what your report is about,including terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.

Thoroughly created an introduction that tells what your report is about,including terms that readers will need to know in order to understand the report.

1c. Create an introduction that tells what your report is about, briefly summarizing the major sections and findings of the report that you’ve developed in Parts 1 and 2.

Weight: 10%

Did not submit or incompletely created an introduction that tells what your report is about, briefly summarizing the major sections and findings of the report that you’ve developed in Parts 1 and 2.

Insufficiently created an introduction that tells what your report is about, briefly summarizing the major sections and findings of the report that you’ve developed in Parts 1 and 2.

Partially createdan introduction that tells what your report is about, briefly summarizing the major sections and findings of the report that you’ve developed in Parts 1 and 2.

Satisfactorily created an introduction that tells what your report is about, briefly summarizing the major sections and findings of the report that you’ve developed in Parts 1 and 2.

Thoroughly created an introduction that tells what your report is about, briefly summarizing the major sections and findings of the report that you’ve developed in Parts 1 and 2.

1d. Create an introduction that tells what your report is about , discussing what your report will cover and what it will not.

Weight: 10%

Did not submit or incompletely created an introduction that tells what your report is about , discussing what your report will cover and what it will not.

Insufficiently created an introduction that tells what your report is about , discussing what your report will cover and what it will not.

Partially created an introduction that tells what your report is about , discussing what your report will cover and what it will not.

Satisfactorily created an introduction that tells what your report is about , discussing what your report will cover and what it will not.

Thoroughly created an introduction that tells what your report is about , discussing what your report will cover and what it will not.

2a. Create the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Title Page.

Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Title Page.

Insufficiently created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Title Page.

Partially createdthe Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Title Page.

Satisfactorily created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Title Page.

Thoroughly created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Title Page.

2b. Create the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Transmittal.

Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Transmittal.

Insufficiently created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Transmittal.

Partially createdthe Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Transmittal.

Satisfactorily created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Transmittal.

Thoroughly created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Transmittal.

2c. Create the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Table of Contents.

Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Table of Contents.

Insufficiently created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Table of Contents.

Partially createdthe Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Table of Contents.

Satisfactorily created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Table of Contents.

Thoroughly created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Table of Contents.

2d. Create the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Executive Summary.

Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Executive Summary.

Insufficiently created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Executive Summary.

Partially createdthe Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Executive Summary.

Satisfactorily created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Executive Summary.

Thoroughly created the Preliminary Parts of the report that precede the Introduction (after reading Chapter 12 in your Professional Communications textbook), which includes the Executive Summary.

3. Create the Recommendation section of the Report. Provide a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.

Weight: 10%

Did not submit or incompletely created the Recommendation section of the Report. Did not submit or incompletely provided a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.

Insufficiently created the Recommendation section of the Report. Insufficiently provided a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.

Partially createdthe Recommendation section of the Report. Partially provided a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.

Satisfactorily created the Recommendation section of the Report. Satisfactorily provided a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.

Thoroughly created the Recommendation section of the Report. Thoroughly provided a one to two (1-2) sentence recommendation based on what your Evaluation of Alternatives and Findings and Analysis sections have determined is the most feasible alternative (i.e. solution) to the problem in the Problem Statement.

4. Create the References section, which goes at the end of the Report by pasting in your revised References page.

Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely created the References section, which goes at the end of the Report by pasting in your revised References page.

Insufficiently created the References section, which goes at the end of the Report by pasting in your revised References page.

Partially created the References section, which goes at the end of the Report by pasting in your revised References page.

Satisfactorily created the References section, which goes at the end of the Report by pasting in your revised References page.

Thoroughly created the References section, which goes at the end of the Report by pasting in your revised References page.

5. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements are met.

Weight: 25%

More than 8 errors present

7-8 errors present

5-6 errors present

3-4 errors present

0-2 errors present


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