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LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation
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LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

LOGO Successful Writing Steps (HUM 152) Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud Sec 1 Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introdduction 2. Preparation 3. Reasearch 4. Organization 5. Writing 6. Revision 1.Introduction: A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration ,nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for collaborative writing. It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 2.preparation Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks:  Establish your primary purpose.  Assess your audience(or readers)and the context.  Determine the scope of your coverage.  Select the appropriate medium. 2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE  Simply determine what do you want your readers to know.  Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report.  A writer states a purpose so broadly that is almost useless  In addition to your primary purpose, consider possible secondary purpose for your document. 2.2 Assessing your Audience Who exactly is your audience. Do you have multiple readers? What are your readers need in relation to your subject What does your reader already know about your subject? 2.3 Determining the scope  You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much  The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 2.4 Selecting the medium Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication. 3 Research To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company web site and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 3.1 Methods of research o Distinguish between primary and secondary research ,depending on the types of sources  3.2 Sources of information 3.2 sources of information  Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues.  The knowledge of people outside your workplace, gathered through interviewing for information.  Internet sources including web sites, directories,archives,and discussion groups.  Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works  Printed and electronic sources 4. organization To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps:  Methods of development  Outline  Illustration  Layout and design 5.Writing a draft Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar ,refinements of language usage or punctuation Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 6. revision The clearer finished writing seems to the reader ,the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 1. Structure  Check your draft for accuracy ,completeness ,and effectiveness. 2. Grammar  Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence ,save mechanical correction ,like spelling and punctuation

                       Successful Writing Steps                      (HUM 152)



         Ahmed El Sayed Amin Hamoud                                           Sec 1                                         Dr:Alaa Mohamed Abdel-Hamed






TABLE OF CONTENT
  1. 1.Introdduction 
  2. 2.Preparation 
  3. 3.Reasearch 
  4. 4.Organization 
  5. 5.Writing 
  6. 6.Revision 



1.Introduction:


  • A successful writing on the job is not the product of inspiration, nor is it merely the spoken word converted to print. 
  • Dividing the writing process into steps is especially useful for cooperative writing. 
  • It is the result of knowing how to structure information using both text and design to achieve an intended purpose for a clearly defined audience. 


2.preparation


  • Adequate preparation is an important as writing a draft. In preparation for writing. Your goal is to accomplish the following four major tasks: 
  • Establish your primary purpose. 
  • Assess your audience(or readers)and the context. 
  • Determine the scope of your coverage. 
  • Select the appropriate medium. 




2.1 ESTABLISH YOUR PURPOSE


  • Simply determine what do you want your readers to know. 
  • Or be able to do when they have finished reading your report. 
  • A writer states a purpose so broadly  that is almost useless 
  • In addition to your primary purpose, consider the possible secondary purpose for your document. 



2.2 Assessing your Audience


  • Who exactly is your audience. 
  • Do you have multiple readers? 
  • What are your readers need in relation to your subject 
  • What does your reader already know about your subject? 



2.3 Determining the scope


  • You will spend needless hours on research because you will not be sure what kind of information you need or even how much 
  • The first two steps will help you to decide what to include and not to include in your writing 



2.4 Selecting the medium


  • Determine the most appropriate medium for communicating your message. 
  • The most important considerations in selecting the appropriate medium are the audience and the purpose of the communication.  


3 Research


  • To understand your subject do research in the library, internet, and interview or simply checking a company website and jotting down points before you send an e-mail to colleague 
  • 3.1 Methods of research 
    • distinguish between primary and secondary research, depending on the types of sources 
  • 3.2 Sources of information 



3.2 sources of information


  • Your own knowledge and that of your colleagues. 
  • The knowledge of people outside your workplace gathered through interviewing for information. 
  • Internet sources including web sites, directories, archives, and discussion groups. 
  • Library resources, including databases and indexes of articles as well as books and reference works 
  • Printed and electronic sources 


4. organization


  • To make topic understanding by the reader, follow the following steps: 
  • Methods of development 
  • Outline 
  • Illustration 
  • Layout and design 


5.Writing a draft


  • Expand your notes from outline to paragraphs, without worrying about grammar, refinements of language usage or punctuation 
  • Concentrate on converting outline into sentences and paragraphs 
  • For longer documents, an introduction should serve as a frame into which readers can fit the detailed 


6. revision


  • The clearer finished writing seems to the reader, the more effort the writer has likely put into its revision 

  1. 7.Structure 
    • Check your draft for accuracy, completeness, and effectiveness. 
  1. 2.Grammar  
    • Concentrate first on larger issues, such as unity and coherence, save mechanical correction, like spelling and punctuation 
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