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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2 Writing for Visual Media Chapter 2, 7th edition – RTV 220 What’s your understanding of journalism? Look at style outline What are the challenges facing the broadcast news writer? What are the differences between print news writing and broadcast news writing?

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Point of View When you write, you can take any of three approaches, or points of view: first-person, second-person, or

Point of View When you write, you can take any of three approaches, or points of view: first-person, second-person, or

Point of View in Writing and the Active/Passive Voice A dopted from College Writing Skills by John Langan, Purdue OWL , and The Bedford Handbook for Writers by Diana Hacker. Point of View

By EllenMixel
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The Scientific Abstract and Proposal Summaries

The Scientific Abstract and Proposal Summaries

The Scientific Abstract and Proposal Summaries. Types of Summaries. Title Table of Contents Outline Executive summary Scientific abstract Proposal summary. Properties of the Scientific Abstract. It’s short Does not use first person

By bernad
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“The Nature of the Narrator in Technical Writing”

“The Nature of the Narrator in Technical Writing”

“The Nature of the Narrator in Technical Writing”. By: Lynn H. Deming Presented by: Anne Crace. Overview. Technical authors should speak to their audience.

By arleen
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D.L.P. – Week Nine

D.L.P. – Week Nine

D.L.P. – Week Nine. Grade Seven. Day One – Skills. Punctuation – Comma – Dates

By MikeCarlo
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Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. Take out : -Writer’s Notebook -GA Studies materials. Defining “Voice”. “Voice” is a characteristic of verbs which indicates the relation of the verb’s action to its subject. The voice of a verb may be either “active” or “passive.”. Active Voice.

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Using Active and Passive Voice

Using Active and Passive Voice

Using Active and Passive Voice. Would you rather?. Watch Lebron play basketball or some random person sitting in the stands?. Verbs and Voice. Voice is the form a verb takes to indicate whether the subject of the verb performs or receives the action.

By arleen
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Peer Review

Peer Review

Peer Review. First Year Writing Studio Bate 2005. Peer Review helps you. Recognize your strengths for development Identify your weaknesses to avoid repeating mistakes Practice working in groups. Ask permission to write on draft Write notes for discussion Be specific; avoid vagueness

By Pat_Xavi
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Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. VOICE indicates if the subject acts or is being acted upon. ACTIVE VOICE : Kristen wrote the report (the subject, Kristen, acts). PASSIVE VOICE : The report was written by Kristen (the subject, the report, was acted upon). Active and Passive Voice.

By Olivia
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FITNESS REPORT AND EVALUATION WRITING

FITNESS REPORT AND EVALUATION WRITING

FITNESS REPORT AND EVALUATION WRITING. PERFORMANCE PREPARATION PERSUASION = PROMOTION CAPT Sean J. Coleman. THIS BRIEFING IS UNCLASSIFIED. THIS SHOULD BE YOUR CAREER GOAL. REASON WE WRITE FITREPS. MARKETING BROCHURES about you from the writer to the promotion board.

By avidan
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Portfolio 2: Reflection on the editing sessions Any writing exercises done in class

Portfolio 2: Reflection on the editing sessions Any writing exercises done in class

Portfolio 2: Reflection on the editing sessions Any writing exercises done in class Draft with your peers’ comments (if you did not yet pass it in) Your last reflection (if you did not yet pass it in) Today: Workplace genres Agency and verbs Passive voice and active voice

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Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. VOICE indicates if the subject acts or is being acted upon. ACTIVE VOICE : Kristen wrote the report (the subject, Kristen, acts). PASSIVE VOICE : The report was written by Kristen (the subject, the report, was acted upon). Active and Passive Voice.

By wolfgang
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To Be or Not to Be

To Be or Not to Be

To Be or Not to Be. Verb Choice. What You Should Know About Verbs. The verbs of being are indeed verbs. The verbs of being are: am, is, are, was, were, be, been, am. Sometimes we can avoid using a verb of being with the – ing form of a verb to strengthen our writing.

By ninon
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CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3. Composing Business Messages. Search manually (books, magazines, journals). Access electronically (Internet, databases, compact disks). Go to the source (interviews, surveys, questionnaires, focus groups). Conduct scientific experiments (measure variables using control groups).

By eros
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Agenda for May 1, 2009

Agenda for May 1, 2009

Agenda for May 1, 2009. Check WAG Textbook pages 315-325 and WAG Workbook Pages 13-18. PPT: Passive and Active Voice Do WAG Textbook pages 326-328, Exercises 20 & 22. Do Worksheets on “Active and Passive Voice,” 10.3 and 11.3, front and back .

By deanna
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Plain Language Initiative Achieving clear, concise communication

Plain Language Initiative Achieving clear, concise communication

Plain Language Initiative Achieving clear, concise communication. Agenda. Introduction  Governor Crist’s Executive Order Plain Language Overview Organizing, writing and reviewing Moving Forward Information and Resources.

By jada
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Writing Technical Stuff

Writing Technical Stuff

Cindy Norris. Writing Technical Stuff. The Stuff. CS MS/PhD thesis CS conference paper or journal article CS literature survey CS grant proposal or thesis proposal These may have different organizations but the style of writing is the same. A little about Style. Clear communication –

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Effective Communications

Effective Communications

Effective Communications. "To lead effectively requires a command of communicative skills. Teaching, writing, briefing, and speaking are unavoidable. Leaders who lack competence in these areas waste their own time and that of their soldiers and superiors. - General William Richardson

By ike
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Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. Dr Julia Miller English for Uni www.adelaide.edu.au/english-for-uni. The teaching materials in this PowerPoint presentation have been developed by Dr Julia Miller and are available on the English for Uni website.

By dutch
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Active vs . Passive Voice

Active vs . Passive Voice

Active vs . Passive Voice. English 1 Level 2. What is Passive Voice?. In sentences written in passive voice, the subject receives the action expressed in the verb; the subject is acted upon. The agent performing the action may appear in a "by the . . ." phrase or may be omitted.

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