DOCS Analysis of Two Resumes

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Ling 305W—Resume & Cover Letter Unit Analyzing Resumes Assignment: For this assignment, you will analyze two resumes for Design, Organization, Content, Style, and Community Values (DOCS). You will need to bring a resume of an individual who is currently working in a field related to your major. This may not be a resume from the internet or from a book. You need to provide an original document from a person that you personally contacted or with whom you are acquainted. You will need to bring two (2) copies of the document. Next, you will analyze the resume that you provided, and you will analyze a resume you receive from a classmate. Discuss these resumes using DOCS. For the analysis of two resumes: 1. Introduce your topic in a way that provides a bridge between your audience and yourself. Your audience is your instructor and classmates. You need to state the reason for the assignment, introduce authors of both resumes, determine their audiences, and describe the community values that their audiences might have. 2. Select one resume and analyze it in detail with respect to DOCS. Then, look at the second resume and discuss its DOCS by comparing/contrasting it with the first resume. When you compare both resumes, you need to provide explanations why they would differ or be similar (based on audience expectations and community values). Attach copies of both resumes to the back of your analysis. 3. Summarize your findings and make general statements about resume as a genre. Two copies of a resume are due in class 10/18 The Resume Analysis (including the two resumes for the analysis) is due in class 10/23 Resume Analysis Grading Rubric Complete assignment on time Sample resumes attached 0.5 POINT 0.5 POINT ORGANIZATION ( 4 POINTS): 1. Analysis organized with an effective introduction, body, and conclusion. 2. Appropriate transitions are made between ideas, paragraphs, and amongst sentences. 3. Comparison/contrast is clearly structured so that reader may easily follow the discussion. 0__0.5__1.0__1.5___2.0___2.5___3.0___3.5___4.0 CONTENT (6 POINTS): 1. Authors of both resumes identified and audiences of both resumes discussed in detail and their expectations (community values) explained. 2. Differences/similarities between the resumes described, explained, and analyzed with respect to the concept of audience. 3. DOCS discussed in both resumes with relevant examples presented. 4. Relevant use of quoting. 5. Concluding remarks refer to findings made in the body of the paper and comment on the usefulness of genre analysis and the DOCS model. 0__0.5__1.0__1.5__2.0__2.5__3.0__3.5__4.0__4.5___5.0__5.5__6.0 STYLE ( 4 POINTS): 1. Appropriate sentence structure used (no run-ons or fragments, appropriate use of coordination, subordination, and transitional phrases). 2. Appropriate use of parts of speech (verbs, nouns, adjective, adverbs). 3. Quoting correctly identified and punctuated. 4. Parallel structures maintained. 0__0.5__1.0__1.5__2.0__2.5__3.0__3.5__4.0 Total points earned: ________________ Last name 1 Name Instructor X LING 305W XXX XX, 2018 DOCS Analysis of Two Resumes For this assignment, I analyzed two resumes from two different practitioners for Design, Organization, Content, Style, and Values (DOCS). First, I examined April Moo’s resume from the field of social work in detail. Second, I evaluated Isabel P. Richter’s resume from the field of education. The audience for April’s resume are non-profit organizations and agencies. Isabel addresses her resume to medical centers and colleges and universities. The community values shared by both April and Isabel’s audiences may include shared life experiences, shared understanding of language, shared cultural values, and shared disciplinary values. Upon analyzing these two resumes, I found the differences and similarities in DOCS. Resume 1 DESIGN • Headings: April used headings to help her audience see the entire outline of the resume and navigate to a specific information. • Bullet points: The author used bullet points to emphasize her main points. Also, using bullet points allows authors to save valuable space to cover enough relevant experiences and information. ORGANIZATION • Division/Classification: The resume is divided into six sections such as “Education,” “Relevant Skills,” and “Work Experience.” This was used to show April’s audience the relevant information contained under each division. Last name 2 • Listing: The important dates are listed in chronological order beginning with the most recent ones. CONTENT • Education: April presents her education at the beginning of her resume because she thinks it is the most important part of the resume. • Relevant Skills: The author provides relevant skills after Education to showcase to her audience her key capabilities and strengths. STYLE • Power Verbs: April uses power verbs such as organize, raise, assist, and counsel to demonstrate her strengths and highlight her qualifications for the position. • Use of Acronyms: The author uses acronyms such as KOSD, UWSD, KPBS, and IRC and defines what they represent. The use of acronyms makes it unnecessary to keep typing long names. VALUES • Shared Disciplinary Values: April addresses her skills in communication and leadership and work experiences with non-profit organizations and agencies as a case worker, youth coordinator, and interpreter. She has the values of social work that qualify her for a professional position. • Shared Cultural Values: The author has a high level of community involvement and education. April has been the cofounder of many clubs and has been involved in local community services such as KPBS and the International Rescue Committee Peacemakers Club, which addresses refugee life experiences and issues in Myanmar, her homeland. Last name 3 Resume 2 DESIGN • Similarities: April and Isabel both use bullet points and headings in their resumes. • Differences: The headings of April’s resume are bolded and underlined; whereas, the headings of Isabel’s resume are just bolded. ORGANIZATION • Similarities: The authors use division/classification and listing in their resumes. • Differences: Isabel organized her resume different from April’s. April presents her education at the beginning of her resume. In contrast, Isabel presents her education at the end of her resume. CONTENT • Similarities: Both resumes include education and work experiences, both of which are relevant information to cover in a resume. • Differences: April’s resume contained additional information about her relevant skills, internship, honors and awards, and local community services. Isabel’s resume only covers information about her experiences and education/training. STYLE • Similarities: Both authors use power verbs to emphasize their strengths and capabilities, and also acronyms. Examples of power verbs used in Isabel’s resume are facilitate, develop, managed, reconciled, and inserted. Isabel also used acronyms such as SDSU, ABC Children Center, and CA Early Childhood Mental Health. • Differences: Isabel did not define the acronyms because she might have assumed that audiences may know the acronyms due to the fact that they are widely used. Last name 4 VALUES • Similarities: Both authors have shared disciplinary values and shared life experiences because of their education and work experiences. • Differences: April has more shared cultural values than Isabel because April has a higher level of community involvement from volunteering and interning. After analyzing both resumes from the two different practitioners, I believe the authors did an excellent job in presenting relevant information about their education and work experiences that prospective employers typically seek. However, there are areas of improvements that both authors could potentially make. For example, April’s education was not placed in chronological order and she could have used more power verbs to demonstrate her strengths and capabilities. Isabel’s resume is too long, and it arguable contains too much information about her work experiences. Instead, she could have mentioned a few key points in her Experience section. For example, in one part of her Experience section, she has more than fifteen bullet points. I prefer April’s resume because it is easier on the eyes thus making it more navigable for readers and of course, potential employers. Carolina Morales Cabrera Age: 24 Date of birth: 04- Marzo- 1994 Born in : Tijuana, Baja California. Status: Single CURP: MOCC940304MBCRBR07 ID : 1244130461201 N.S.S: 21129468548 RFC: MOCC940304NV4 Address Calle. Tenoch #14366 Col. Sánchez Taboada Ampl. 22680 Tijuana, Baja California. Tel. 6 60 68 16 E-mail: kbrera.caro@gmail.com cel. 664-590-4112 Education Middle School: Institution: Telesecundaria #24, Pablo Casals. Period: 2009- 2012 City: Tijuana. High School: Institution: CECYTE, Baja California. Period: 2009- 2012 Carrier: Electronic Technician City: Tijuana. Federal Entity: Baja California. University: Institution: Universidad Xochicalco Major: Lic. En Criminalística. Period: 2012- 2014 From 1st- 5th Quarter City: Tijuana. Federal Entity: Baja California. Institution: Ateneo Universitario. Major: Lic. En Criminalística. Period 2014- 2015 From 6th - 9th Quarter City: Tijuana. Federal Entity: Baja California. Courses and Workshops: CourseWorkshop “ The virtual reconstruction of the Adversial Criminal Process." Date-May 18- 19, 2016. Workshop " Human Identification through anthropology and forensic dentistry” Date- August 12, 19, 20 y 21, 2016. Course Origen and Cause of fires No. FI 1A esp. Date- June 17, 18 y 19, 2016. Forum The Oral Trial in Baja California a new way of doing justice. (May 21, 2013). Certified: Oral Trials and the national code of criminal procedures. ( June/ 4/ 2016 - Sept/24/ 2016) Professional Experience External Service Procuraduría General de la Republica (PGR) (Attorney General´s Office) Expert Services Area April -September, 2015 Conducting the reception and analysis of chains of custody along with the indications, elaboration of trades, auxiliary of professional experts in the elaboration of opinions. PARPRO-Ensambles del Pacifico S.de R.L. de C.V. Electric test area 2011 realization of fixtures for testing automatic controls, realization of inventory and file. Skills Computer Skills: Microsoft (word, excel, power point, etc.) Professional: Knowledge and elaboration of the chain of custody. Preservation at the scene, based on the guiding principles of criminalistics. Knowledge of search methods and entry to the scene of events as we as the identification, fixation, description, collection, packaging and labeling of the material. Sensitive and significant products of the facts in study. Methological interpretation of the reports of specialized criminalistics areas for the case´s rationale. Implementation of fixation means, photography, video, sketches, moldings, planters, etc., of a place of the facts as well as significant material that guarantees the correct preservation of this. Knowledge and elaboration of dictums. ...
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DOCS Analysis of Two Resumes For the assignment issued, as earlier stated I made analysis of two different practitioners for Design, Organization, Content, Style and Values (DOCS). I first examined Carolina Morales Cabrera’s resume, which so is seen to be of the interest in the field of detective works. I also had the chance to work on Antony Elias Califa’s resume who is greatly involved in the geographical field. Apparently the two are involved in the data collection and statistical analysis of their local governments. Just as all people have different methods of approaching matters, Carolina and Antony have differences and similarities that are well evident in their resumes. Resume 1 DESIGN Headings: as evidently seen, both Carolina has used various headings and sub headings so as to display the various fields being discussed hence it is easy to identify with the specific information that the audience was interested in.Classification /Division: the writer has divided her work into five different sections namely,’’ contact detail’s,’’ address’’,’’ education’’,’’ professional experiences’’, and ‘’skills’’. Listing: the chronological order of activities there writer was involved in is given from the earliest activities down to the present times. ORGANISATION CONTENT Education: the writer has given her educational background which she sees to be of importance in her resume.Professional Experience: she lists all the professional experiences that she has had so as to show that she has the experience and skills to perform the various activities at a professional level.Skills: she continues to write down her skills which include Microsoft utilities literacy which shows her varsity of computer. Also, she writes down all the skills she can do on professional level. STYLE Use of acronyms: she uses acronyms such as PGR, so as to avoid her from keeping on typing long titles.Headings: An...

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