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BB101 Communication Report

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BB101 Communication Report :

BB101 Communication Report
BB101 Communication Report

Melbourne Institute of Technology Pty Ltd
CRICOS Provider No: 01545C,  03245K NSW

Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines Assessment 4: Self-Reflective Report
SchoolSchool of Business/School of IT and Engineering
Course NameBachelor of Business/Networking/Engineering Technology
Unit CodeBB101
Unit TitleBusiness Communications
TrimesterT2 2022
Assessment AuthorDr Gail Ekici
Assessment TypeIndividual
Assessment TitleCommunication Report
Unit Learning Outcomes Addressed:a. Develop a basic capacity to reflect on current theory and practice b. Demonstrate the ability to convey both spoken and written communications and understanding of the key concepts of the communication process c. Apply research skills and resources to collect, analyse and present task-relevant information in a logical and professional manner d. Demonstrate the ability to work independently as an effective communicator e. Develop an understanding of negotiation and conflict resolution management principles
Weighting25%
Total Marks25
Word Limit1,500
Release DateWeek 6
Due DateWeek 9 (18 September 2022 at 5pm)
Submission GuidelinesAll work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date (as above) along with a completed Assignment Cover Page. The assessment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body) font and 2 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings.  Reference sources must be cited in the text of the Assessment Task; and listed appropriately at the end in a Reference List using APA 6th edition for the School of Business and IEEE for SITE students. See the following resources for Reference Style Guides: o Business Students: https://library.mit.edu.au/referencing/APA o SITE Students: https://library.mit.edu.au/referencing/IEEE
Extension / Special ConsiderationIf an extension of time to submit work is required, an Application for Special Consideration and supporting documentation must be submitted online via your Academic Management System (AMS) login: https://online.mit.edu.au/ams.  The Application for Special consideration must be submitted no later than three (3) working days after the due date of the specific piece of assessment or the examination for which you are seeking Special Consideration.  In the case of serious illness, loss or bereavement, hardship or trauma students may be granted special consideration.
Academic Misconduct   Academic Misconduct is a serious offence. Depending on the seriousness of the case, penalties can vary from a written warning or zero marks to exclusion from the course or rescinding the degree. Students should make themselves familiar with the full policy and procedure available at:https://www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policies-procedures-and-guidelines/AcademicIntegrityPolicyAndProcedure. For further information, please refer to the Academic Integrity Section in your Unit Description.
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Assessment Cover Sheet

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Assessment Task Description

Write a Communication Report on your own communication pattern and performance.

Your report should include a comparative analysis of how you communicate (either at work or at MIT, or both) with how our readings and class materials suggest you should communicate. To support your findings, you must include at least five in-text citations (from credible sources), that contribute valuable insights to your discussion in terms of what makes for the best form of communication in the relevant topics you cover.

Relevant topics you may choose to use for analysis include communication style, clarity of language, emotional intelligence, leadership style, effect of medium, nonverbal communication and conflict style. Don’t try to cover *everything,* but these are topics you can choose from. 

Your report must also contain the following elements:

1. Title Page (author’s name, who the report is for, the date submitted, and the word count)

2. Table of Contents (page numbers must match section headings)

3. Introduction (background, scope of report)

4. Purpose Statement (aim of the report)

5. Findings (in-depth analysis of your own communication)

6. Discussion (comparative reflection of your findings above with and the researched theoretical principals and concepts based on topics 1 – 4)

7. Conclusions (a summary of the key discussion points)

8. Recommendations (list of changes that could be made by the chosen figure to ensure a better outcome next time)

9. List of References (in accordance with the APA or IEEE style guidelines)

10. Appendix (inclusion of data used, and any items that should be included in their entirety)

The report body must include the following:

• Appropriate section and sub-section headings

• A balanced amount of content for each section

• The discussion should progress in a logical order, supported by the correct use of paragraphs

• Correct in-text citations and end-text references of written and graphical content, where appropriate

Word limit: 1,500 words (5% above or below the word count is permissible).

You MUST write in your own words.  You can use the textbook, lecture and tutorial slides, your notes, your answers to tutorial exercises, to guide your answers to the questions.  However, your answers and argument examples should be written in your own words.  You can  copy and paste *selected excerpts* from the internet provided there are quotation marks and an in-text citation, otherwise you will not receive marks for this and you will be penalised for plagiarism.

This is an individual assessment task which means you must complete it on your own.  Academic integrity rules apply.  Plagiarism and academic misconduct penalties apply.

Marking criteria:

Assessment criteria are shown in the following table. Marks are allocated as follows:

Assessment criteria to be met and assessedDetailed Description of the Assessment CriteriaBreakdown Marks
Criteria 1Quality of Research: Topic Relevancy, Adequate Comparative Analysis, and Theoretical Application.7
Criteria 2Completeness: Layout: Title Page, Table of Contents, Numbered Pages, Formatting Elements: Executive Summary, Introduction, Body of Report (Appropriate use of paragraphs, Progression of Discussion, Graphs / Illustrations), Conclusion and Recommendations, Bibliography / List of References, and Appendices Content: Word Limit, Key Focus Points (Objectives, Audience,  Overall Presentation)12
Criteria 3Communication Skills: Spelling and Grammar, Readability, Use of Paragraphs, Referencing (‘in-text, ‘end text’), Proofreading, Presentation6
Total 25
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Using Technology for Assessment

RationaleActivitiesTechnological tools selected
reflection on learningfeedback on performancepractice of critical thinkingcheck for plagiarismproblem-based learning  MoodleTurnitin
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Marking Rubric for Assessment

Marking Rubric Criteria/ GradesHigh Distinction (HD) [Excellent] 80%-100%Distinction (D) [Very Good] 70%-79%Credits (C) [Good] 60%-69%Pass (P) [Satisfactory] 50%-59%Fail (N) [Unsatisfactory] <50%
Criteria 1High quality research of credible information, with substantial comparative analysis, reflection and application of Business Communication theoretical principles and concepts.Sound research of credible information, with detailed comparative analysis, reflection and application of Business Communication theoretical principles and concepts.Satisfactory research of credible information, with some comparative analysis, reflection and application of Business Communication theoretical principles and concepts.Adequate research of credible information, with limited comparative analysis, reflection and application of Business Communication theoretical principles and concepts.Inadequate research of credible information, with no comparative analysis, reflection or application of Business Communication theoretical principles and concepts.  
Criteria 2A comprehensive report that includes all key elements. Demonstrates a developed ability to meet all the formatting, structuring, and content requirements, unnoticeable errors.A detailed report that includes all key elements. Demonstrates strong ability to meet all the formatting, structuring, and content requirements, with minimal, minor errors.  An adequate report that includes all key elements. Demonstrates a developing ability to meet all the formatting, structuring, and content requirements, with frequent minor errors.  A superficial report that includes most of key elements. Demonstrates a developing ability to meet all the formatting, structuring, and content requirements, with some major errors.An unsubstantiated report that may include all key elements. Demonstrates a lack of ability to meet all the formatting, structure, and content requirements, with frequent major errors  
Criteria 3Excellent communication skills demonstrated in ensuring all the writing requirements are met, with unnoticeable errors.Strong communication skills demonstrated in ensuring all the writing requirements are met, with minimal, minor errors.Adequate communication skills demonstrated in meeting the writing requirements, with frequent minor errorsInconsistent communication skills demonstrated in meeting the writing requirements, with some major errors.Poor communication skills demonstrated in meeting the writing requirements, with frequent major errors  
Referencing Feedback if applicable:Turnitin Report Checked:    Plagiarism detected?   Yes / No        If Yes, identify the type for student learning and understanding:
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