First part is the outline, The second is the final paper 9-10 page paper that will be due 4/7/2016. I will pay $20 for a detiled OUtline and $5 a page for the final assignment. I have attached a bunch of items that you will need. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Final Paper Outline
Before beginning this assignment, review the Final Paper instructions. You will see that you will be writing a letter of advice for a couple or group of co-workers, using the first five course learning objectives of this course. This assignment is designed to get you to create a plan for doing that final assignment that will be due in Week Five.
The course learning objectives you will need to cover are:
- Explain the principles of and barriers to effective interpersonal communications.
- Analyze the role of communication in developing and maintaining one’s self-concept, self-image, and self-esteem.
- Differentiate appropriate levels of self-disclosure and emotional intelligence in various relationships.
- Describe strategies for using communication techniques to resolve interpersonal conflicts.
- Analyze the impact of gender and culture on interpersonal communications.
This week, you will write an outline for your Final Paper. You must use the Outline Template as the basis of your outline.
The outline must contain
- An introduction with thesis statement.
- All learning objectives, with details about how you plan to address each. Please be sure to explain how you plan to support all of your key claims with evidence. Here, you don not have to write full body paragraphs, but you must give your instructor a sense of how you plan to cover each objective with course materials, independent academic research, and personal experiences that correlate with those key points.
- A conclusion. The conclusion should restate the overall perspective offered in the paper, with a restatement of the thesis and the central points outlined in the paper.
- A reference page containing at least three academic resources. You should find at least two of these resources independently in the Ashford University Library.