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Technical Writing Scavenger Hunt!!! Directions: Break up into your groups and divide the questions between the members of your group. Use the internet to find the answers to the following questions. Compile all the answers in one document and submit them into [email protected] before 10:45 am. All correctly completed scavenger hunt questionnaires will receive 10 extra credit points (per person). The team that completes the scavenger hunt first will receive an additional 5 extra credit points. Questions: 1. Find a popular culture reference to resumes/cover letters. 2. Find an example of each level of technicality within ONE corporate website. 3. Find a YouTube clip of a government official using persuasion. What is he/she trying to persuade their audience of? How are they doing it? 4. Find a popular culture reference to group conflict / resolution.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Find a YouTube clip of an informal interview. 6. Find a cultural example of faulty casual reasoning. 7. Find an example of deceptive reporting. 8. Find a professional/academic example of a descriptive abstract. 9. Find an example of a ‘summary’. 10. Find 2 news articles that use some sort of graphs. 11. Find an instance of when an employee was terminated or encountered legal issues due to an email. 12. Find a professional document or webpage that defines a technical term. 13. Find a filmed set of instructions. 14. Find a written set of instructions for a semi or highly technical procedure/project (aka NOT how to tie a tie or make a grilled cheese sandwich) 15. Find an instance of data analysis. 16. Find an instance where a proposal/project went over budget. 17. Find a popular culture reference to proposals...
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