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Effective Business Communication 
The aim of these lessons are to explore the different aspects of communication within the business environment and to familiarize the student with the basic communication principles in business.
Rubric Code: F2X8397
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Subject: Business  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric Effective Business Communication
  Distinguished

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Basic

2 pts

Below Expectations

1 pts

Non-Performance

0 pts

Content: clarity, completeness

Distinguished

Handles all elements of the communication professionally; develops and supports ideas using well-chosen details.
Proficient

Handles all elements of the communication with skill; develops and supports ideas in a better than average way.
Basic

Handles communication material competently; includes essential information.
Below Expectations

Misses some key elements of the communication; leaves out essential information; some errors.
Non-Performance

Misses two or more elements of the communication; major errors; misinterprets assignment.
Requisite information included

Distinguished

Selects all the important information from the original document, and provides it in a comprehensive way.
Proficient

Selects most of the important information from the original document, and provides it in an easily-understandable way.
Basic

Selects some the important information from the original document, and provides it in an understandable way.
Below Expectations

Selects little of the important information from the original document. Information may or may not be easily understood.
Non-Performance

Selected little of the most important information and is difficult to understand.
Comprehension

Distinguished

Communication is structured in a way that is specifically for the intended audience.

Purpose is effectively stated.

Student negotiated clearly by the using the business writing and revising tactics from class.
Proficient

Communication is structured in a way that is specifically for the intended audience.

Purpose is stated, but somewhat difficult to skim to find.

Student negotiated clearly using most of the business concepts of revising .
Basic

Communication is structured in a way that is mostly for the intended audience.

Purpose is clearly stated.

Student negotiated fairly well and used some of writing and revising tactics from class.
Below Expectations

structured in a way that is somewhat for the intended audience.

Purpose is sometimes clearly stated but not consistently.

Student negotiated well part of the time and used a few of the writing and revising tactics from class.
Non-Performance

Communication is not clear and the intended message for the audience is not comprehensible.



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