TechComm, Lecture 24 - Editing for Emphasis

TechComm Lecture - EDITINGFOREMPHASIS ,UniversityofTehran Dr.Soltanianzadeh,Dr.Rahmani EditingforEmphasis 2 paperforalongtime

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EDITING FOR EMPHASIS Technical Communication Technical Communications, University of Tehran.   Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani
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Danger of getting lost in the details Especially true when you have been working on a  paper for a long time Re-do organization of sentences and flow such the  your point is brought out. Editing for Emphasis Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani 2 Technical Communications, University of Tehran.   
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Rule: 1. Combine closely related sentences unless there is a  compelling reason not to. 2. Put main ideas in main clauses Reasons NOT to combine: Avoid extreme sentence length Maintain independent steps in a list Combine closely related sentences Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani 3 Technical Communications, University of Tehran.   
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In a first draft, it is easiest to stick to simple  sentences. Combining Example Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani 4 Technical Communications, University of Tehran.    We have established a Communications Systems (CS) Planning
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