EAC591 - Technical Report Writing Part I
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|Last review date||2012-10-12 14:32:33.621|
Technical Report Writing Part I
This subject is Part One of a two-semester subject designed to prepare CVT 5th and 6th semester students to research, plan, write, and revise,a formal analytical technical report. Once the student has chosen a topic, a series of shorter writing assignments including Statement of Purpose, an Annotated Bibliography, an Initial Outline, and a Detailed Outline will be submitted.
Students receive a grade of SAT or UNSAT. This course is the pre-requisite to EAC592.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
. analyze message, audience and purpose in technical writing situations;
. apply audience and purpose analysis in the planning, outlining and writing of letters, memos and reports;
. plan and write an initial and detailed outline for the proposed report;
. organize the elements of a formal technical report according to acceptable professional formats and principles;
. use language that is concise and clear;
. use vocabulary that is accurate and appropriate to specific audiences;
. use consistently correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling;
. edit and proofread accurately;
. follow correct research procedures;
. present a bibliography of current material in the student's field;
. improve writing ability through revision and peer discussion.
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