Course Description –
Students practice aspects of writing as a professional person demonstrated in the production of proposals, reports, literature reviews, outlines, abstracts, oral presentation and text discourse in multimedia.
- English 2153
Required Course Resources –
- Markel, Mike. Technical Communication. 10th ed. Boston/New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004.
Course Learning Outcomes –
- Students will demonstrate the ability to differentiate between the possible formats for a vareity of public relations, business communications, and technical communications vehicles
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to adhere to Standard English and the appropriate style for given writing projects
- Students will collaborate effectively with others to produce communication projects, by practicing revision, using collaborative skills, becoming better critics of others’ writing and verifying documentation
- Students will be able to analyze the writer’s role in coporate and institutional structures
- Edit and use language in varied contexts
- Write publishable materials across media
- Acknowledge and respoect cultural differences