2 Descriptive Rules Descriptive rules are socially promised normal use of

2 descriptive rules descriptive rules are socially

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2. Descriptive Rules Descriptive rules are socially promised normal use of language. Examples are compliance with the rules for making plural forms, complying with grammar, and complying with spelling. So we cannot use like; I am living here since two months 3. Conventions Rules Convention rules mean generally accepted usage or practice. The customs of the English language include the use of proper language, such as punctuation, cover letter or resume, in a polite form. Version 1.1 Page 12 of 17 October 2016 Document # - RTO # 31698 CRICOS # 03000J
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BSBWRT401 Write complex documents QUESTIONS The following questions may be answered verbally with your assessor or you may write down your answers. Please discuss this with your assessor before you commence. Short Answers are required which is approximately 4 typed lines = 50 words, or 5 lines of handwritten text. Your assessor will take down dot points as a minimum if you choose to answer them verbally. Answer the following questions either verbally with your assessor or in writing. 1. How can you determine the purpose of a document? I can use; policies and procedures, proposing recommendations, options and actions in documents and conveying research findings to determine documents’ purpose. It is, because, the documents could be written for targeting reader and had summarize part at first phrase. 2. What are some appropriate formats for documents? Detailed business letters Emails Instructions and procedures Manuals Publications, leaflets, brochures Reports Speeches and presentations Submissions tender documentation and public notices Website text 3. In planning of a document what questions will you need to ask to determine its requirements? 1. When does it need to be completed? What deadlines must you meet? 2. How long should it be? 3. What format and style should you follow? a. Is there a standardised format or a house style? b. What writing style, use of technical language, and plain English will you use? c. Are there legal requirements to fulfil? d. Or compliance with specific genres? e. Are illustrations necessary or other visual materials required such as charts or diagrams? f. What are the standards for references and acknowledgements in the document? And the other requirements of documents can be asked; Compliance with genre Version 1.1 Page 13 of 17 October 2016 Document # - RTO # 31698 CRICOS # 03000J
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BSBWRT401 Write complex documents Compliance with proformas standardised reporting requirements or undertakings made by the organisation about reporting File types and sizes for online documents Languages other than English requirements Legal or traditional requirements for the particular document format Organisational policy, procedures and guidelines applying to writing documents, including house style Point numbering systems Requirements for illustrations, photographs, graphs, charts, maps and other illustrative material to explain texts Standards for references, footnotes, citations, acknowledgements
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