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Comp Ch.5 Video Notes

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Comp Ch.5 Video Notes ENC1102


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Style, Design, Organization of Technical Description, Process, etc.
Composition II (Technical Communication Emphasis)
Professor Amy Trogan
Class Notes
style, Design, technicaldescription, compositionII, comp, composition, fsw, floridasouthwestern, technical, process
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by itswingo on Monday October 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ENC1102 at Florida SouthWestern State College taught by Professor Amy Trogan in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Composition II (Technical Communication Emphasis) in English at Florida SouthWestern State College.


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Date Created: 10/03/16
Composition II: Chapter 5  -    Organization of Technical Description o Can be part of a larger document or stand alone in a smaller document 1. Title: concise and specific  2. Intro (1): definition of subject, purpose statement, main point discussed in document 3. Intro (2): importance of subject, overall description of term, list of major parts 4. Major Part I: definition, purpose, supporting details 5. Major Part II: topic sentence, supporting details, examples, definitions 6.  Major Part III:  topic sentence, supporting details 7. Conclusion: stress subject importance, summary  -    Process o Research (one or two valid websites as main sources) o Read (interact with text and understand and familiarize yourself with subject) o Synthesize (take notes, put ideas in own words, no in text citations for general  knowledge) o Avoid plagiarism (completely paraphrase) o Partition the subject (describe in words and images) o Ways to partition (function, features, stages of process) o Use logical mapping (help decide how you will divide subject; framework for document) o Think of a title (organize and draft; title should clearly identify purpose of document) o Introduction (definition of subject; term, class, characteristic) o Purpose statement (reason you are producing document) o Importance of subject (sentence or two) o Major features (functions, processes; thesis statement) o Body (describe processes functions or features in detail) o Conclusion (short and concise; sum up main points and stress importance one last time)  -    Style and Design o Reflect reader’s needs and characteristics  o    Style: simple and straightforward  Plain Simple, Style: Simple words, limited jargon, focus on details, short  sentences, use senses, etc.  o    Design: clarify and support written text  Layout: headings, subheadings, bulleted lists, tables, graphs, etc.  Graphics: photos, tables, charts, captions


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