Please check the attachments for the rubric and template for the paper. Paper ha

Please check the attachments for the rubric and template for the paper. Paper ha

Please check the attachments for the rubric and template for the paper. Paper has to be written in Active voice.
Writing Assignment: Information Paper
2. TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE. 701T-CC-2000, Communicate effectively in a military context.
ELO 701T-CC-2000.01
Action: Write in the Army style
Condition: Given a classroom environment, student preparation, instructor notes, doctrine, and access to online resources.
Standard: Apply Army Standards for communication to create effective written products.
3. ASSIGNMENT. Write a 1–2-page information paper addressing the topic below using the Army’s information paper format provided in Appendix A. Per TRADOC Regulation 1-11 Staff Procedures (JUN 20) the purpose of an information paper is to provide data or facts. Information papers do not seek decisions or provide recommendations.
Topic: Choose ONE topic from the following to write an information paper:
1. People-First: Read MAJ Gregory T. Isham’s “Leadership in a People-First Army,” published by the Military Review Online Exclusive, dtd. July 2021.
4. ASSIGNMENT GUIDELINES.
a. Sources: If the base article is the only source, in-text citations and a reference page are not required. If additional sources are used, they must be cited and listed on a references page.
b. Paper Length: The body of the paper (not including the References page) should not exceed 2 pages.
c. Rubric: Review the rubric to ensure you understand how you will be graded.
d. Peer Review: Your paper must be peer reviewed using the provided rubric. The reviewer must include their name, their score for your paper, and the strengths and weaknesses of the paper on the rubric. Papers submitted without a completed peer review may only receive a maximum score of “Proficient” in the Correctness category of the rubric. See naming convention in paragraph 5.d.
e. Classification: UNCLASSIFIED. Label the top and bottom of each page.
f. Citations: Cite all applicable sources, including U.S. Army publications, using the American Psychological Association (APA) format.
g. Writing Style: Use the Army writing style IAW AR 25-50 Preparing and Managing Correspondence (OCT 20). Focus on “clear, concise, and well-organized” writing; place the main point up front and use active voice (AR 25-50, p. 7, para. 1-38).

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