EE295_syllabus05Fall - EE 295: TECHNICAL WRITING FALL 2005...

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EE 295: TECHNICAL WRITING FALL 2005 Instructor: Hailing Xiao Class Meeting: F 13:30-16:00, ENG 340 E-mails: h_xiao@usa.net Office: ENG 351 hxiao@email.sjsu.edu Office Hours: F 16:05-17:05 and Phone: (408) 924-4075 by appointment Course Description: EE295 is an introduction to the written and oral communication of technical information. Through a study of basic principles and strategies of technical writing, students will develop essential techniques necessary for effective technical communications. This course is designed to cover a variety of technical writing, including reports, letters, resumes, abstracts, descriptions, definitions, proposals, recommendations, and instructions. EE295 will also provide a review of grammar, sentence structures, and conventional mechanics. Course Objectives: The purpose of EE295 is to help students attain the following proficiencies: identify basic characteristics of technical writing clear understanding of audience and purpose effective organization and development of ideas ability to apply rhetorical devices to various types of technical communication
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