Class 09 -Working in an International Team & Your Intercultural Communication Paper
Summary: In this class, we worked on your introductions for your paper. If time, we will work in pairs with the worksheet attached below about leading a successful global team through the exercise one discussion questions prepared by Henry Rollins. Afterward, we matched words in new pairs to create popular business expressions and completed the sentences with the phrases from exercise two.
Mayer, E. (2014, November 22). How to lead a successful global team [Video]. YouTube.
Homework due on 01/22/2023 by 4 PM:
S = Stacey -Ask her anything you need to write a successful paper.
A = APA Style -Owl Purdue
V = Veritus Certify! Check against Plagiarism -Leander Hughes
E = Check all Explanations on all documents and this website for your paper’s success.
Could you please type your name, draft number, ESP1a class name, date, the like this: Name_ESP1b_Introduction_’Your Name.’1. Using your ideas from your notes on your readings and presentation.
Over the weekend you will write the 1st draft of your essay with a revised introduction, literature review, discussion/summary, conclusion, and references. Please remember to follow:
A). A very quick guide APA Style formatting sent via Risyu messages due to my computer memory.
B). The organization of an essay with topic sentences that support each paragraph based on what you learned in class in sessions 08, 09, and 10. These paragraphs are based on the best of the 4Cs that was the homework for Class 08.
2. Your paper needs to be typed with double-spaced lines, at least three pages, and a minimum of 800 words (cover page, introduction, literature review).
Please use the word count on your PC or Mac, and type the word count number at the end of your paper before the reference section like this: Word Count: 1,2??
3. Then, do not forget to type your name, draft number, ESP1a, name, draft like this: Name_ESP1b_ 1st or 2nd_Draft.
4. Remember there are 2,000 points to get to feed children in hunger on Free Rice!