Your writing must be superb – it should be the result of SEVERAL re-writes. You
Your writing must be superb - it should be the result of SEVERAL re-writes. You should be succinct, to the point, well organized, using precise and correct words. Use a dictionary and thesaurus. Ask a friend to read over your writing before submitting it. Do NOT use street/informal language. Select from the list below or if you can think of other material you would rather engage, let me know and we'll work it out. Read or find interviews with the author on youtube or podcasts, or watch one of the following. Write summarizing the material. Address the writing to someone who does not have any business background, e.g., your art major roommate, niece/nephew, or parents. Select material throughout the material to demonstrate you listened to/read/viewed the whole thing and took notes. You must clearly define terms, use common sense language, and provide examples demonstrating you understand the concepts (in terms of the interests, tastes, experience, and knowledge level of your target audience). Provide a citation and URL if available. The full 50-minute documentary is NOT a preview. Examples of full documentaries: Power of Big Oil, Part 1: https://www.pbs.org/video/the-power-of-big-oil-part-one-denial-redxh6/ (Links to an external site.) Power of Big Oil, Part 2: https://www.pbs.org/video/the-power-of-big-oil-part-two-doubt-wbrjhi/ (Links to an external site.) Plastic Wars: https://www.pbs.org/video/plastic-wars-8wxame/ (Links to an external site.)

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