This essay focuses on the dominant themes or idea clusters. the message clearly to one or two individuals. It will not, however, be a time- or cost-effective way to broadcast the message to a
1. Basic Knowledge: Identify three ways in which this book distinctively advanced your theoretical knowledge of the rhetoric and philosophy of communication. 2. Metaphor and Argument: State the central question(s) of scholarly inquiry guiding the book. Locate the dominant themes or idea clusters (metaphor or metaphor pattern) and relate it to the key scholarly argument you encountered in the book. Respond to the author’s position, making explicit your own rhetorical or philosophical standpoint (assumptions, biases, perspectives, etc.) 3.Relevance:
broadcasting news of an upcoming event via a written letter might convey the message clearly to one or two individuals. It will not, however, be a time- or cost-effective way to broadcast the message to a large number of people. On the other hand, conveying complex, technical information is easier via a printed document than a spoken message. The recipients are able to assimilate the information at their own pace and revisit. It isanything that they do not fully understand.Recipients of messages are likely to provide feedback on how they have understood the messages through both verbal and non-verbal reactions. Effective communicators pay close attention to this feedback as it is the only way to assess whether the message has been understood as intended, and it allows any confusion to be corrected.
Written communication is also useful as a way of recording what has been said, for example by taking minutes in a meeting.
Firstly, be sure
Secondly, be fast
Thirdly, be fast
Further, be straight