202D CH13 Q&A

202D CH13 Q&A - Because it is the last chance to...

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Nate McKnight 1) How does a writer adapt to his/her audience? Being sensitive to audience needs Building strong bonds with audience Controlling tone and style of message 2) What are some specific elements needed in a report? Authorization Problem/purpose Source/methods Report organization 3) What is generally discussed in the report body? The problem at hand and ways to go about fixing it 4) When are headings good? In a proposal or report sent online, because readers can lose track of place in the document 5) What are some helpful tools for writing reports and proposals? Word document templates Linked documents Electronic forms Multimedia documents 6) Why is the closing of a proposal important?
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Unformatted text preview: Because it is the last chance to convince the reader of what he/she has been saying already 7) What general elements are in proposal bodies? Offer/concept/service Work plan Qualifications Costs of everything 8) What are a few strategies to strengthen a proposal? Having a ‘you’ attitude Prove its workability Research the competition 9) What types of reports are there? Informational – analytical – proposal 10) Why is the closing of a report important? Because the reader may only have time for the intro/conclusion of a report and that needs to stand out in his/her mind...
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