After reading the textbook chapters, reflect on how building technical communication skills will contribute to your personal development of communication expertise and enable you to make necessary and important contributions in your career goals, on campus, and as a community member. Identify your audience and write with them in mind. Identify 2 specific topics mentioned in the chapters to support you (220 words minimum). Please follow the garding crriteriaThe reading Chapter 1 and 21There are PPT for the chapter you can useyou can read chapter 1 from this linkhttps://books.google.com/books?id=x_W5DQAAQBAJ&pri… Journals Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent 9.0 pts Proficient – Content addresses the prompt fully and is expressed clearly. 5.0 pts Competent – Content addresses most of the prompt but needs more development. 0.0 pts Novice – Content does not address the prompt at all or very little. 9.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization 8.0 pts Proficient – Organization is clear and journal is easy to follow. 5.0 pts Competent – Some organization but needs work. 0.0 pts Novice – No paragraphs or organization. 8.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar 8.0 pts Proficient – Very little or no grammar or spelling errors. 5.0 pts Competent – Some grammar or spelling errors. 0.0 pts Novice – Multiple grammar or spelling errors that makes it difficult to read. 8.0 pts Total Points: 25.0
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How Does Writing at
Work Differ from
Writing at School?
Paul V. Anderson?s Technical Communication, 7th ed. & 8th ed.
Modified presentation. Adapted from coursemate.cengage.com
Writing at Work . . . .
Serves practical purposes.
Addresses complex audiences.
Addresses international and multicultural audiences.
Uses distinctive types of communication.
Employs graphics and visual design to increase effectiveness.
Is shaped by social and political factors.
Is shaped by organizational conventions and culture.
Is produced with advanced computer technology.
Is sensitive to legal and ethical issues.
Writing ReaderCentered Letters and
(note: page numbers in this PPT do not match
the 9th edition of Anderson?s text)
Paul V. Anderson?s Technical Communication, 7th ed.
Letters and Memos . . . .
Adopt a reader-centered ?you-attitude?
State your main point up front?unless your reader will react
Keep it short
Give your readers the background they need
Use headings, lists, and graphics
Global Guideline: Learn the customs of your readers? culture
Follow format conventions
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