Writing Recommendation Reports

Monday, April 21, we’ll talk about the sections you should include in your group report. I also have the following examples for you to look at:

Written Reports


Remember as you look at the examples, that (1) none of them is perfect, (2) students were analyzing a larger website, (3) students had longer time slots for their presentations (7 to 10 minutes, where you have 5 to 7), and (4) the formatting is off in a few places because of Google Drive conversion.

After I we talk about these resources, you will have the rest of the session to work on your reports. You will need to plan how you will work together for our independent work day on 4/23. I will check with each group to hear what your plan is.

Wednesday, 4/23

April 23 will be an independent work day. We will not meet in the classroom. Your group may connect online or choose an alternative meeting place. You might also choose to work on sections of the report independently that day. I will be on campus this day and will hold office hours as usual.

Friday, 4/25

By the end of the day, your group should email me the Google Share Links to your Progress Report. The report should include all your accomplishments through Friday. Check the examples and additional details (including your textbook) for more information. In addition to writing a progress report, you will continue working on the recommendation report and presentation during this session.

Week of 4/28

You will have all the class sessions this week to continue and finalize your recommendation report as well as plan and practice your oral report. Your group will be able to sign up for an oral presentation time slot on Monday, 4/28 in class.

Week of 5/5

You will present your oral reports in class. On the last day of class, you will work on your Individual Evaluation of Group Members, and we will discuss the final exam activity.