EN361 Grantham University Safarin Travel Agency Portfolio Paper

This is 8 different assignments. I need one by each Sunday, so the 1st assignment I need by Sunday 12 May, the next one I need by Sunday 19 May, then 26 May, the 4th one by 2 June, 5th one by 9 June, 6th assignment by 16 June, 7th one23 June, and the last assignment by 23 June.

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Technical Writing – Week 1 Assignment

Reader Analysis Chart

For this assignment, we will explore different types of readers, specifically in terms of their needs, values, and attitudes. You will need to identify/create three groups—a primary group, a secondary group, and a gatekeeper group. You can be creative in your group criteria, but your purpose should center on potential stakeholders for the mock business or organization you created for your portfolio (if you haven’t decided yet, now is the time).

Once you have your groups, create a Reader Analysis Chart (see our textbook for examples). Include the name of your mock business, and an introductory sentence stating the purpose of the chart.

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Technical Writing – Week 2 Assignment

Letters of Introduction

Last week, you chose a mock business or organization to focus your work on throughout the course. You also created a Reader Analysis Chart which helped you to identify the needs, values, and attitudes of potential stakeholders in your project.

Every business or organization offers a product or service. This week, you are tasked with introducing your business or organization and the product(s) or service(s) it offers.

To do this, you will need to craft two separate Letters of Introduction, one to a reader who will be in direct contact with your business or organization (primary readers), and another to the members of a local community organization (secondary readers).

In each letter, include a brief technical description of the product or service your business or organization provides, define the targeted users of this product or service, and demonstrate how this product or service might benefit the reader (letter one) and the community (letter two).

For the sake of this assignment, you should use the Letter Format in our textbook. Additionally, each of your two Letters of Introduction should be 250-500 words in length (total 500-1000 words), and should directly target the group for which it is intended based on the details from your Reader Analysis Report from week one.

Technical Writing – Week 3 Assignment

Portfolio Project Proposal

This week, you are tasked to write a Formal Project Proposal for your portfolio (think gatekeeper readers). Using your mock business or organization, write a formal proposal explaining how your product or service could be provided in a more efficient and effective way. Your proposal should be directed toward gatekeeper readers.

Organize your proposal following the steps laid out in our textbook. You are free to choose the layout for your proposal, but make sure you are keeping your readers’ needs, values, and attitudes central in your design.

Your proposal should be 500-750 words in length.

One you have finished your proposal, please submit it to the week three drop box.

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Technical Writing – Week 4 Assignment

Your Résumé and Application Letter

This week, you are tasked to write your Résumé and an Application Letter targeted toward a position of your choice where your skills, education and work experience would be relevant. This resume may or may not be relevant to your mock business. The goal here is to create a resume that will showcase your talents and be useful outside of this class.

Writing a quality résumé and accompanying application letter is a process of self-reflection and self-promotion. You need to accurately represent yourself, celebrate your accomplishments, and demonstrate your abilities and experience, but you do not want to oversell yourself.

This assignment has two parts:

Part 1:

Using either the Functional or Chronological Résumé format from our textbook, craft your résumé.

Part 2:

Then, write a letter of application using the format in our textbook.

Once you have completed these documents, combine them into a single document with your letter first and your résumé second, and submit this single document to the week four drop box.

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Technical Writing – Week 5 Assignment

Analytical Report

This week, you are tasked to write an Analytical Report. Using your Proposal from week three, research the feasibility of your plan. Following the steps in our textbook, write a feasibility report laying out the specifics for the implementation of your proposal. Look to the examples from the readings. Your report does not need to be as detailed, but you should cover each of the elements demonstrated.

Your final report should be 750-1000 words in length, and should include APA style citations, both in the text and in a References page, for all sources used.

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Technical Writing – Week 6 Assignment

Representing Data Visually

This week, you are tasked to build visual representations of the data you have collected throughout your research. Visual representations of data allow us to share information more efficiently and, often, more effectively.

Using the data you gathered/created in your Analytical Report in week five, create three to four graphic representations of that data. This can be done using charts, graphs, tables, and so on. Feel free to be creative.

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Technical Writing – Week 7 Assignment

Code of Ethics

This week, you are tasked with drafting your business or organization’s Code of Ethics.

Using the example in our textbook, craft your own Code of Ethics for your mock business or organization. Pay close attention to the language you use as well as the design of your document (think of this as something that will be posted on the wall of your business or organization and on your website).

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Technical Writing – Week 8 Assignment

Portfolio Project – Final Draft

This week, we will be finishing our portfolios and submitting them. As you put the final touches on your work, make sure you take the time to review each piece and make any necessary adjustments/edits.

Your final portfolio should be submitted as a single document and should be organized in the following way:

A cover page with a unique title and appropriate visual elements

An abstract (100-150 words) describing the contents of your portfolio

A table of contents

Reader Analysis Chart

Letters of Introduction

Project Proposal

Analytical Report

Visual Representation of Data

Code of Ethics

Your résumé with application letter

Once you have your portfolio assembled, submit it as a single document to the week eight drop box.

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