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Module 2 (ENC3250S13)

Module 2 (ENC3250S13)

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ModuleTwo
Due: 26 January by 11:59pm
Points: 20 Weight: 12%
Readings
-Re-read pertinent parts of Chapter 14-Chapter 3-Chapter 1, stopping at page 291
Summary of Responsibilities
-Complete thumbnail sketch like the ones on page 273 (Task One) and thencomplete the full document, based loosely on Exercise 7 on page 396 (Task Two)-Combine both documents into one PDF and upload to the Module 2 dropbox onBlackboard by 11:59pm, Saturday, January 26th-Complete Module 2 Quiz on Blackboard by 11:59pm, Saturday, January 26th
Detailed Description of Responsibilities
Task One: Thumbnail Sketch
 As you found out from your readings this week, effective technical documentstake substantial time, planning, and revising. Specifically, good documents beginas rough drafts known as thumbnail sketches (
Figure 11.8
, page 273). The firstpage of the PDF document you submit for this module will be a thumbnail sketchof your document. Ideally, this will be done by hand, with pencil, on a piece of realpaper and then scanned to your computer for inclusion in your complete Module2 PDF. However, an electronic version of a thumbnail sketch will be accepted. What I am looking for in the thumbnail sketch is evidence that you planned yourdocument by taking into consideration the design principles laid out in chapter11. I want to see evidence that you thought about image placement, contentorganization, alignment, and subheadings.
Task Two: Netiquette Guide for E-mail 
Let’s face it: having to engage in a writing genre with which you are entirely unfamiliar is scary. Imagine having to write a poem for the local creative writing magazine press, given no instructions and a deadline of next week. Right.

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