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1 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE The Henry Samueli School of Engineering Engr190W COMMUNICATIONS IN THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD Course Description *****TENTATIVE *****STUDY ABROAD COURSE "ENGR190W Communications in the Professional World (4) F, W, S, Summer. Workshop in technical and scientific writing. Oral presentation with video monitoring. Communication with various publics. Real-world professionalism. Students must be of junior or senior standing in Engineering and have completed the lower-division writing requirement. {Description taken from the 2009/10 UCI General Course Catalogue} Engr 190W is a four credit upper-division technical writing course designed to provide you with the tools to plan, research, organize, write, edit, and evaluate various forms of technical communication and to learn the importance of good ethical behavior in the engineering profession. The coursework will include writing and editing exercises, discussions on ethics and writing styles and techniques, readability analysis, evaluation of information resources, a short extemporaneous oral presentation, an individual technical research paper, a group research paper, and individual and group oral presentations based on the research papers. A course prerequisite expects students to have successfully completed English 39C or its lower-level writing equivalent and to successfully pass an in-class writing evaluation given the first week of the course. Course Outcomes By the end of the course, students will be able to perform the following: Produce quality technical papers totaling 4,000 words or more of finished work. Function effectively on multidisciplinary teams to accomplish common goals. Demonstrate professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities. Plan, organize, prepare, and deliver effective technical reports in written, oral, and other formats appropriate to the discipline and goals of the program. Describe the basic process model of communications and identify the key elements that form the basis for effective technical writing, public speaking and sound scientific research. Demonstrate the ability to make appropriate decisions regarding the form, format, and style of a proposed technical document based on the target audience. Use effective methodologies for reviewing, editing, and revising a technical document to communicate effectively with a range of audiences. Create oral presentations of technical data using appropriate media, e.g. Powerpoint Course Texts Required readings will be from A Guide to Writing as an Engineer, by Beer & McMurrey, 3 rd Ed, Wiley. ISBN Two other texts students are encouraged to have for reference use are: Writing from A to Z, by Ebest et al. (McGraw-Hill, any edition) and A Student Guide to Writing at UCI, 10 th Edition or later is acceptable. All available in the UCI bookstore and the library. Course Syllabus 2

2 Introduction As a professional working with technical and scientific information, an engineer must be a communicator able to meet many requirements. Engineers must be ethical and fact-minded and also able to present information clearly, accurately and precisely to audiences who have varying degrees of understanding. As a communicator of technical information, you must be able to meet numerous requirements, both in the academic world and in the workplace. You should know how to use different techniques and formats for presenting information, as in reports, letters, instructions, proposals, etc. Engineers have a professional responsibility to themselves, their co-workers, their professions and to all society to be ethical and to communicate effectively. Competent, ethical, successful communicators quickly stand out in a group. This talent is highly valued, as it is frequently revealed in searches for employee candidates, must have outstanding communication skills. After you have developed an awareness of how to fulfill your future ethical and communication responsibilities, class work will focus on several specific, but easy-to-grasp skills that will help you have good ethical standards and to become an effective writer and presenter of technical information. Activity Summary Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of ethics in engineering by discussing and describing ethical issues in engineering, developing a "Personal Professional Code of Ethics" and writing short essays on topics about "The Importance of Good Ethics in Engineering." Learn library and Internet search methods to conduct research for writing and presenting reports. Speak extemporaneously on a given topic to an audience of your peers. (3-4 minute speech) Demonstrate proficiency in writing an Individual Research Paper, IRP (>2500 words) on a topic relevant to your engineering discipline and orally presenting it using Power Point, (6-8 min.) Learn to do a "Readability Analysis" of writing and to use effective methodologies for reviewing, editing and revising documents. Perform Peer Review Editing" of another s writing to enhance your overall writing skills. Demonstrate multidisciplinary collaborative writing and presentation skills by participating in a collaborative technical research project (3-5 students per group) which includes a written technical report (>1500 words per person) and a group oral multimedia presentation using Power Point and one additional visual aid (7-8 min. per person). Watch several videos and participate in various class discussions regarding professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues relevant to the engineering discipline and writing about it. Learn professional career development skills: writing a resume, cover and interview follow-up letters, with a list of references. Contact Information Instructor: John Stupar, contact at , or at: Office : REC 202a Hours: 8AM 5 PM Before and after all classes Monday through Friday Other times available by appointment. (Please call or to schedule a meeting)

3 Course Schedule: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 3 Section B Code AM to 11:45 AM in ET 201 Section A 1 PM to 3:45 PM in ET 201 COURSE SCHEDULE of ACTIVITIES ****** ALL TENTATIVE DATES ****** Class Date Chapter (Tu/We/Th) Lecture Topics (Assignments are in Bold) Week 1 The Technical Communication Environment and Engineering Ethics 1 6/28 Introduction Overview of the course, goals, expectations and introductions Ch 1 Introduction to Technical Communication for Engineers Making Oral Presentations: In depth exploration of preparing for and delivering speeches. Planning the Presentation, Outlining, Audience Analysis and Purpose Conducting the Presentation: Content, Verbal and Non-Verbal skills, and Visual Aids Evaluating speeches: How to evaluate Oral Presentations. Discuss preparing the Self-introduction Speech due next week. 2 6/29 Ch 9 Review the Public Speaking Quiz, Discuss writing Lab Reports and Scientific Reports. Discussion Session on Teams and Teamwork. IRP Brainstorming Worksheet discussion. 3 6/30 Ch 11 The Communication Model and Its Elements Pgs Learning about and discussing ethical issues engineers encounter on the job in a work environment. Understanding Engineers' Ethical and Legal Considerations: Legal Obligations, Copyrighting, Trademark Protection, Liability Laws, Codes of Conduct, Whistleblowing, and articulating ideas in writing on "The Importance of Good Ethics in Engineering." Discuss preparing the Self-introduction Speech and outline due next week Week 2 Library Visit, Brainstorm Sheets, Introduction Speeches and Outlines due 4 7/5 Ch 8 & 9 Brainstorming your topic, Individual Project Brainstorm Sheet due. Analyzing your Audience and Purpose. Citing & Documenting Sources. Library and Internet Research Methods: (Trip to Library, 10AM and 1PM) Put together TEAMS. Understanding the Writing Process and Acquiring a Healthy Writing Attitude: Planning, Drafting Editing and Revising the Document, What is Peer Reviewing? 5 7/6 Speech Ch Introduction Speech and Outline is due a 3 5 Minute Self-Introduction Speech is presented (Alphabetically) & Videotaped 6 7/7 Ch 2-3 Feedback on introduction speeches. Individual Research Project Outline due. Team Project Brainstorm sheet due. Examining Professional Codes of Ethics/Conduct and how to prepare one. Conducting a "Readability Analysis" on your writing Week 3 IRP Draft is due, writing resumes and letters, and IRP Oral Presentations due 7 7/12 Ch 11 Citing & Documenting Sources. Individual Project Paper Rough Draft due. Ch Writing Resumes and formal Letters of application, thank-you, Memos and s. Ch 3 Editing, re-writing and proofreading of drafts. 8 7/13 Presenting written "Personal Professional Code of Ethics due" Team Project Outline due. Discussion Session on Teams and Teamwork. 9 7/14 Individual Project Presentations in alphabetical order

4 Course Schedule: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 4 Class Date Chapter Topics (Assignments to turn in are in Bold) Week 4 IRP s due, Resume and letters due and GRP draft is due 10 7/19 Individual Research Project Final Paper due. Peer Reviewing IRP s 11 7/20 Peer Review of Resume with application letter and interview follow-up letter 12 7/21 Ch 2 8 Drafting and Revising: Developing Coherent Documents, Definitions and Descriptions, Effective Sentences, Front and Back Matter, Reviewing, Editing and Proof-reading your documents Peer review of the First Draft of the Final GRP Paper Week 5 Application of Oral Communication Skills -- The Final Presentations 13 7/26 Second draft of GRP due for peer editing 14 7/27 Final Group Oral Presentations (1st half of Groups) 15 7/28 Final Group Oral Presentations (2 nd half of Groups) Application of Written Communication Skills -- The Final Written Report & FINAL 16 7/29 The Final Technical GRP with the previously presented Power Point Presentation is due today along with all the other assignments that were graded and returned and turned in as a Portfolio of all you work. All the assignments are also to be turned in on a CD Everything will be put in one file folder, which will be provided The Final Exam will also be taken today. 9:00 AM Class Course Code XXXXX is July 29 from 9:00 11:50 AM in ET 201 1:00 PM Class 2 ND COURSE is July 29 from 1:00 3:50 PM in ET 201 GRADING CRITERIA, ATTENDANCE, EXPECTATIONS and ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES: Grading Criteria: Attendance, interactive participation and Quizzes: 10% Homework Assignments: 10% Individual Written and Oral Technical Research Report: 30% Group Collaborative Written and Oral Research Project: 40% Final Comprehensive Written Exam: 10% Grading is based on the standard: A = , A- = 92-90, B+ = 89-87, B = 86-83, B- = 82-80, etc.

5 Course Syllabus 5 Attendance: Since this is an intensive course covering a broad range of techniques and skills, on time attendance is expected at all class sessions. Tardiness interrupts class proceedings and seriously affects the group dynamics desirable for effective learning. Most upper division writing course instructors consider more than 10% unexcused absences from class to be "excessive," that is, two Lecture classes, and will lower the final grade. Three points are deducted from the overall grade for each unexcused absence and four absences will not pass the course. Chronic tardiness will also lower a grade. Revisions: If revisions to this Syllabus occur during the course, students will be notified orally and/or in writing. Course Requirements: You will write and give oral presentations in this course. You will be required to write a resume, business letters, a speculative prospectus, drafts and revisions of your final paper, give oral presentations, get first-hand interview information, develop graphic illustrations, participate in peer review, group exercises, complete assigned readings, submit informal writing assignments, and contribute to class discussions. Informal in-class assignments will include writing and presenting impromptu speeches. All assignments must be completed by the deadline established by the instructor and are due at the beginning of class. Late papers may be downgraded or not even accepted depending on the excuse. Failure to hand in assignments is sufficient grounds for failure in the course, as is excessive absence from class. If it is deemed necessary, you may also be required to attend a conference with the instructor during the quarter. Portfolio: You must maintain a portfolio of all your written work for this course. Include informal writing, peer edited working drafts, in-class work, and graded final drafts. You will be required to submit your portfolio along with your final paper at the end of the quarter. You must also submit an electronic copy of your Final paper, Power Point Presentation and all other work along with the paper copies. To insure against loss, save all your word-processed drafts and papers electronically. Standards: All assignments prepared out of class must be word processed unless directed otherwise. The required format is explained in A Student Guide to Writing at UCI, pp , and in Writing from A to Z, p. 68. Peer-edited drafts must be submitted with the final paper. An electronic copy of the final paper, Power-Point Presentation and all assignments is required on a floppy disk or CD to be turned in on the last class. Computer Literacy: Research is increasingly conducted on-line. In order to take advantage of Internet resources make sure you have an activated UCInetID. If you use another address, make sure you have redirected your UCI to it. ACADEMIC HONESTY (Plagiarism): In any writing course, plagiarism is a major concern for both teachers and students. Plagiarism is stealing or passing off, as one's own the ideas or words of another or using a creative production without citing the source. Students are expected to be familiar with the University's policies on plagiarism (see the Schedule of Classes or UCI's Policies on Academic Dishonesty in the Course Catalogue.) These policies will be enforced in this course. Submitting a paper that you did not write with your name on it, or submitting a paper that includes researched information that is not cited, is grounds for failure in the course. All information borrowed from print sources or the internet must be identified. Failure to do so is theft. Serious cases of plagiarism and dishonest scholarship will be brought to the attention of the student's academic dean. Be forewarned that with new software technology it is very easy for instructors to detect plagiarism; this fact has unpleasantly surprised some students! [Note: submitting the same work for more than one class without notifying the instructor is also considered plagiarism at UCI. Students who re-take a writing course may not re-submit old papers without expressed permission from their instructor.] Revisions: Revisions to this Outline and Schedule may occur throughout the course and students will be notified orally and/or in writing of any changes or updates.

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