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Adopting a practice-oriented approach, the book presents an exhaustive treatment of the principles and advanced forms of technical communication. It covers the basics of English grammar and vocabulary and focuses on the development of skills in speaking, writing, reading, listening, and summarizing. The book provides in-depth coverage of the components of technical communication - oral communication, written communication, and group discussion.
This edition includes new topics on intensive reading, close comprehension, stress and intonation, adverbs, articles, and imperatives. In addition, topics such as note taking, essay writing, formal letters, creating thinking and speaking, and persuasive speaking are included.
With its up-to-date coverage and practical orientation, the book is an extremely useful text for students, while also serving as a ready reference for day-to-day communication.
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Meenakshi Raman, PhD, is presently Associate Professor of English and Communication and Chief of the Publications and Media Relations Unit at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani. She has several years of teaching experience and has been teaching courses on English and Communication at various levels. She is the co-author of Business Communication and has several articles to her credit.
Sangeeta Sharma, PhD, is presently Assistant Professor and Group Leader of the Languages Group at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani. She has several years of teaching experience. She is currently teaching courses on Communication and Advertising at BITS, Pilani, and has published several articles on communication.
"Targeted at the first-year engineering or techical writing student, this comprehensive textbook takes a user-friendly approach organized around typical workplace situations and their impact on communication. The exercised, worksheets, and writing prompts are varied and complete enough to allow the instructor to customize assignments for a particular class or student. It provides plenty of material for the instructor to work with, and is certainly worthy of serious consideration for course adoption."--Technical Communication
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Book Description Oxford University Press, USA, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0198061781