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ENG201: Business and Technical English Handouts (PDF )
This course focuses on developing students’ ability to communicate effectively in a variety of business contexts by developing writing and speaking skills. To equip students with the basics of Business and Technical English Writing, the course is designed with the following objectives: to identify and address communication needs effectively by developing interpersonal communication skills; hone students’ communication skills in a convincing, clear, and concise manner; organize and organize effective text messages and present them effectively; develop students’ understanding of different business concepts and strategies; read oral communication and written forms of communication: Letters, Letters, Memo, Reports, Suggestions, Requests, and Instructions, Document Clarification, etc. ENG201 Handouts pdf
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1. Introduction to Business and Technical English 2. Oral Communication 3.Reader-Centered Writing 4. Audience Analysis 5. Effective Communication 6. Defining Objectives 7.The Seven C’s of Effective Communication 8.Planning Business Messages 9. Composing Business Messages 10. Revising Business Messages 11. Memorandums, Meeting Documents, and Proposals 12.Letters 13. Writing Direct Requests 14. Writing Routine, Good-News and Goodwill Messages 15. Writing Bad-News Messages 16. Writing Persuasive Messages 17. Writing Short Reports 18. Planning Long Reports 19. Writing Long Reports 20. General Reports
21. Empirical Research Report 22.Feasibility Reports 23.Progress Reports 24.Proposals 25.Instructions 26.Using Visual Aids 27. Creating Twelve Types of Visual Aids 28. Writing Specifications and Analysis Reports 29.How to Avoid Common Writing Problems 30.Language Review: The Paragraph 31.Language Review: Sentences 32.Language Review: Words and Punctuation 33.Language Review: Mechanics 34.Listening and Interviewing 35. Planning Interviews and Conducting Meetings 36. Giving Speeches and Oral Presentations 37. Review Written Communication ENG201 Handouts pdf
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ENG201: Business and Technical English
Introduction to Business & Technical Communication
The main purpose of this course is to equip students with skills that will enable them to communicate clearly and concisely in a variety of business contexts. Students will learn the importance of editing and editing effective text messages. The study is divided into two sections:
1. Writing Communication
2. Oral Communication
Written communications will include editing, layouts, and style issues. Students will learn to write memos and letters, suggestions, short and long reports, and policy and policy documents. In addition, students will learn to simplify complex information by editing and reviewing to improve their ability to create powerful texts to market their ideas. The oral communication component will include effective planning and presentation; team conduct, organizing, and conducting meetings effectively.
As a student, you communicate for educational purposes, for example, writing term papers or writing exams, etc. On the contrary, as an employee, you will communicate for the purposes of tools. Most of your communications will be designed to help your employer achieve effective business goals.
The identity of the author’s work is very important. While at school your communication is only yours, but at work, your communication will be only part of you. It will belong to your employer. Workplace writing is not only for you but also for your department or your employer.
Readers create Meaning
Instead of accepting a message, people work with the message to create meaning. While reading, we build large information structures with small pieces of sentences. These structures are not the words we have just learned but our creation.
Readers’ Responses Are Shaped by The Situation
Responses to communication are made up of the whole context surrounding the message as the readers’ intention to read, their views on the author’s intentions, their personal interests and role in the topic discussed, and their previous if any, relationship with the author.
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