COM 140 WEEK2 CHECKPOINT 2 - My audience is my instructor...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Characteristics of Interpersonal Communication Enter the appropriate purpose, audience, tone, and content for the messages to your instructor and classmate. Purpose: Explain your purpose in writing each message or write a purpose statement for each message. Audience: Describe your audience and how knowing your audience affects each message. Tone: Describe the tone each message would take depending on its purpose and audience. Content: Write out what each message would say. Use the Tab key to move from one cell to the next. The cells expand to accommodate your text. Purpose Audience Tone Content Instructor Message The purpose of informing my instructor that I am unsure of the assignment is to see if he or she can clarify for me.
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Unformatted text preview: My audience is my instructor, and knowing this my message will be short and professional. My tone will be serious, respectful and professional. I had some questions concerning next week’s assignment. I am not sure how to complete it. I was wondering if you clarify exactly what it is I will need for the assignment. Thank you very much, Brittanee Bernal Classmate Message My purpose of asking my classmates for input on an assignment is to see if they can explain it in a more informal way. My audience is another classmate and with this in mind my message will be straight to the point and on the lighter side. My tone would be more relaxed and less formal. Hey do you know what we need for the next assignment due? Thnx Brittanee...
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