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Communication Process

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Transcript of Communication Process

Effective revising
Re-writing
Collaborative evaluations
Revision techniques
Peer Review
A peer will read what's on the page, not what you say.
Usability Testing
Usability evaluation checklist
Revision Techniques
Add
Delete
Simplify
Move
Reformat
Enhance
Correct

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Thursday, September 25, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Writing
Consider your Audience
Who are you talking to?

Up to management?
Down to subordinates?
Across to coworkers?
High tech audience?
Low tech audience?
Age?
Gender?




Communication Proccess
Pre-Writing
Organization:
space
chronological
importance
compare / contrast
problem / solution



As a writer, it is your obligation to flesh out the detail
Gather your Data
Formatting:
ease of access
captivation
highlight / break up
Examine your Purpose
Determine your Goals
Reading your own draft only provides a single perspective.

Peer review benefits:
more insight
objectivity
multiple perspectives
multiple levels of knowledge
helpful feedback
Add any missing detail
Delete dead words/phrases
Simplify complex words/phrases
Move around information
Reformat
Enhance the tone
Correct any errors
External Motivation
Writing is a requirment
Example:
your boss tells you to write
a proposal
Internal Motivation
Writing is a choice
Example:
you decide to write a book about
North American birds
Inform
Facts, concerns, or questions
Instruct
Directing actions
Persuade
Accept your point of view
Build Trust
Empathy, understanding, connection, and conficdence
Mind Map
PRODUCT
INFO
Idea #1
Main Topic
Storyboard
Flow Chart
START
Idea #2
Idea #3
Idea #4
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PRICES
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Product Name
Contact Info
MAP
Determine your Channel
STEP 1
STEP 1
STEP 2
DECISION
STOP
Prewriting Techniques
Organization Example
Revision Example


Email, Text, IM

Letters

Memos, Proposals

Brochures

Newspapers, Magazines

Website, Blog

Video

Social Media
Usability Checklist
Audience Recognition
Ray Rice Makeup Tutorial
Communication Example
Here we observe how a young youtuber uses all the steps of the communication process to effectively prove a point
Here are two different ways of organizing events.

Chronological
Importance
1. Alliances formed
2. Axis powers gain
control
3. Nuclear Bomb

Before
Here are the results of using the revision techniques.

After
spotted
striped
red
yellow
black

The animal sleeps a lot during the day and is doing things at night. The different 5 groups of this kind of animal are spotted, striped, red, yellow, and black. It eats mostly lizards and sometimes bugs.
The animal is nocturnal. It's prey include lizards and bugs.
There are five groups:
Development
Ease of Use
Conciseness
Consistency
Document Design
Are technical terms defied?
Examples used to explain complex steps and concepts?
Are graphics used to help carify?
Is tone and diction appropiate?
Are steps precisecly developed?
Is all required information provided?
Is irrelevant information omitted?
Can readers easily find what they want through:
table of contents
navigation bar
glossary
hierarchial headings
headers/footers
Are words limited to a couple syllables?
Are sentences limited to 10-15 words?
Are paragraphs limited to 4-6 lines?
Is a consistent hieararchy of headings used?
Are graphics presented consistently?
Word usage mean the same all throughout?
Same style of numbering?
Do graphics depict how to do steps?
Is white space used to make info accessible?
Does color emphasize important information?
Do headings,subheadings etc. help readers navigate?
Interview your audience to get an idea of their level of knowledge or what concerns to address
Create storyboards, outlines, flowcharts
Research your topic
Answer the questions who,what,when,where,why
Decides to write of her own accord.
Goal is to communicate that domestic abuse is a problem that we need to take active measures against.
Understands that her audience is younger, low tech people who are aware of media.
Decides to use a video as her channel.
Uses steps to organize her information.
Uses media editing to revise her video, and doesn't just put out her entire original film.
Provides resouces at end to help audience apply what they learned
1.Nuclear Bomb
2. Axis powers gain
control
3. Alliances formed

Events leading to the end of WWII:
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