6.1 Advertising the Right Turns Work File
Your 6.1 Advertising The Right Turns assignment can be completed two ways.
Contact your instructor to learn about synchronous opportunities that will allow you to interact with your classmates online, in real-time, using Web 2.0 tools. If you choose to participate in the synchronous assignment opportunity, your instructor will explain what you need to submit for grading.
You also have the opportunity to participate in an asynchronous assignment with one of your classmates through an email discussion. To participate in this assignment, use the email feature of the course to send a message to your classmates to find a partner. Once you have found someone to work with, you and your partner will communicate back and forth to analyze advertisements.
- You and your partner will use health information, products and services as a basis for your discussion.
- Discuss the four items you identified during your online search.
- Share specific details about ad techniques, ad claims, reliability, risks, benefits and your opinion of FTC action that reveal key details of your search.
- Using the details you have discussed from your search, work with your partner to develop a brief summary of two specific products, including if they are a health scam or valid products, and if they should continue to be available to consumers.
Part 1: Collaborative Partnership
Your partner’s name:
Your partner’s email address:
Date you began the collaboration:
Date you completed the collaboration:
Describe the task you completed collaboratively in a paragraph consisting of three or more sentences.
Part 2: Advertising Chart
Part 3: Brief Summary
Summarize two specific products, including if they are a health scam or valid products, and if they should continue to be available to consumers. Describe the products in a paragraph consisting of three or more sentences.
Part 4: Peer and Self-Evaluation
Rate yourself and your team as a whole according to each of the performance criteria below.
3=Always 2=Usually 1=Sometimes 0=Never
|Peer and Self-Evaluation|
|Rating for You||Rating for the Team||Reasons for Ratings and Other Comments|
|Showed respect for others’ opinions|
|Completed assigned duties|
|Participated in discussions|
|Stayed on task|
|Offered relevant information|
|Completed work adequately|
|Completed work on time (with no reminders)|
|Offered appropriate feedback when necessary|
Part 5: Email Exchange
Provide the email conversation exchanged with your partner: