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A Point of Departure Communications succeed or fail based upon how well the author(s) of a given communication understand(s) the targeted audience. To help me, Dr. Lott, create a best-fit “classroom” environment for you, respond honestly and thoroughly to the questions listed below. Read the entire assignment before you begin to respond. 1. Why are you taking this class? 2. What would you like to gain from this class? 3. What experience of on-the-job writing or other writing with an instrumental purpose do you have? Be creative. The following situations are some examples that count: you have written down recipes, composed lab reports, created club flyers, written campaign acceptance or valedictory speeches, composed meeting minutes, created maps or directions to the location of a party, drawn page layouts for a newspaper or yearbook or magazine, or created a web page. 4. What skills or assets do you bring to scientific and technical writing projects? Again, be creative. For example, do you own or have access to a personal computer? Does it have
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course ENG eng 325 taught by Professor Lott during the Spring '09 term at Louisiana State University in Shreveport.

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