business assignment read articles and summarize it

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You are required to read, summarize, and prepare an analysis of1 business-related article from a newspaper or business periodical/journal (see due dates). The articles must be current (dated within 30 days in which the document is submitted). You need to provide a copy of the article you read for this assignment. You can cut and paste it in a Word document to attached to your email or hand it to me in class.

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Top of Page at Left (Single-spaced)

Student’s Name

Title of Article (Use quotation marks)

Author of Article

Name of Newspaper/Magazine/Journal

Date of Newspaper/Magazine/Journal

Summary of Article (type this on your document): No more than 2 paragraphs (single-spaced). Double space between paragraphs.

Opinion of Article (type this on your document): Must be comprehensive in nature and reflect the relationship to content as discussed in the course or your personal understanding or view on the topic of the article. Your analysis must be singled spaced with double spacing between paragraphs.

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Articles and TED Talk Assignments Summary Grading Rubric Above Standards CATEGORY 100 – 94 points Meets Standards Approaching Standards Below Standards 93-84 points 83-70 points 69-0 points Introduction The introduction has a The introduction has a hook or attention grabber. Includes a good concept sentence and/or interesting quote. The Student has a weak introductory paragraph, the connection to the topic is not clear. Paragraph includes a weak concept sentence or quote. strong hook or attention. This could be a strong concept sentence, a relevant quotation, statistic, or question addressed to the reader. The introductory paragraph is not interesting AND is not relevant to the topic. No concept sentence or quote. Quotes and Concept Words All of the examples are specific, relevant and full explanations are given. Most of the evidence and examples are specific, relevant and explanations are given. Some of the pieces of evidence Evidence and and examples are relevant and examples are NOT include an explanation. relevant AND/OR most are not explained. Facts, Statistics Own Words All supportive facts and statistics are reported accurately. Article is fully explained and summarized in own words. Almost all supportive facts and statistics are reported accurately. Article is mostly explained and summarized in own words. Some supportive facts and statistics are reported accurately. Weak explanation and summary that is partially plagiarized. Most supportive facts and statistics were inaccurately reported. Article is poorly explained and summary is mostly plagiarized. Grammar & Spelling Student makes no errors in grammar, sentence structure, or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Student makes 1-3 errors in grammar, sentence structure, or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Student makes 4-6 errors in grammar, sentence structure, or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Student makes more than 6 errors in grammar, sentence structure, or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Conclusion Analysis The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader solidly understanding the writer's response and personal reaction to the article. The conclusion is good. Includes the Student's response and personal reaction to the article. Conclusion is weak or incomplete. Limited response and personal reaction to the article. There is no conclusion - the paper just ends. Proper Format and Organization Article summary is typed, has a heading, title, and is submitted on time. Summary is organized into 2 to 4 paragraphs. A challenging article of sufficient length is attached. Article summary is typed, has a heading, title, and is submitted on time. Summary is organized into 2 to 4 paragraphs. Acceptable article of sufficient length is attached. Article summary is typed but submitted late. Incomplete heading and title. Summary has 3 or less paragraphs. Attached item is not a current event article and/or it is not a sufficient length. Article summary is not typed. No heading. No article is attached. No title. Summarizing Rubric – Non-Fiction Name: __________________________________ Level 1 Knowledge & Understanding -shows understanding of content and of summarizing strategy (concept, ideas, relationship among ideas, uses key vocabulary) Thinking -use of processing skills (making inferences, synthesizing, forming conclusions) Communication -expression and organization of ideas and information (logical organization, uses own words) Text: ___________________________ Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 I have not explained the main idea of the text; I included little to no important facts to support the main idea. I have explained some of the main idea of the text; I included some important facts to support the main idea. I have explained the main idea of the text; I included many of the important facts to support the main idea. I have clearly explained the main idea of the text; I included all/almost all of the important facts to support the main idea. I have not used key vocabulary from the text. I have used a few key vocabulary from the text. I have used several key vocabulary from the text. I have used many key vocabulary from the text. I have not explained the key message/purpose of the text. I have partially explained the key message/purpose of the text. I have effectively explained the key message/purpose of the text. I have clearly and thoroughly explained the key message/purpose of the text. I have not put important ideas in logical order. I have put some of the important ideas in logical order. I have put most of the important ideas in logical order. I have put all the important ideas in logical order. I have not written the summary in my own words; I copied many phrases and sentences from the text. I have somewhat written the summary in my own words; I copied some phrases from the text. I have effectively written the summary in my own words. I have thoroughly written the summary in my own words. Next time (I will): ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Student’s Name
Title of Article: Report: Around A Dozen Google Employees Have Quit Over Pentagon
Drone Contract
Author: Luke Stangel
Name of journal: Silicon Valley business journal
Date: May 15, 2018

Summary of article
There has been heated debate in Google Company following the company’s decision to
assist the United States military in the examination of video links gathered by the military
drones. Specifically, more than a thousand Google workers drafted a petition to Sundar Pichai
who is the CEO of the company opposing the decision, and currently, some of the employees
have resigned. Most of these employees who left, drafted memos to their workmates describing
their motivation which was mainly ethical concerns of being involved ...


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