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Spring 2009 Eng201 1 Sol

Spring 2009 Eng201 1 Sol

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ENG201 (Business & Technical English)
Spring 2009Assignment # 01Total Marks: 15Objectives:
To assess students’ knowledge and ability to write an effective CV.
Instructions
1.Late assignments will not be accepted.2.If the file does not properly run, it will be marked zero.3.
Plagiarism will never be tolerated.
 
Plagiarism occurs when a student useswork done by someone else as if it was his or her own.
4.If any assignment is found copied work, no marks will be awarded and the casemay be referred to the academics for disciplinary action.5.
No assignment will be accepted through e-mail.
6.The font color should be preferably black and font size should be 12 Times NewRoman
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Q1:
 
Point out the difference between Informative and Persuasive speaking.5Solution:
Informative SpeakingPersuasive Speaking
Informative Speaking is mostlyused for information purpose.
Persuasive Speaking is used for convincing purpose.
The audience is unknown for theobject of speaking.
The audience may know or may notknow the object or purpose of speaking.
Informative speaking alwaysreveals options.Persuasive speaking more appeals tofeelings.
Little commitment required in it.
It asks for strong commitment.
 
The audience may or may not ask questions. But their questions arefor informative purpose. For example students can not challengethe teacher.
The questions of audience may or may not be critical. So it is the dutyof speaker that he must know aboutthe sufficient answers for their questions
The speaker considers that audiencehas less knowledge.
It is not necessary that the audienceis lower in knowledge or higher inknowledge than speaker.
Informative speaker acts as ateacher.
Persuasive speaker acts as advocate.
It uses supporting material toenlighten listener.
It uses supporting material toenlighten satisfy advice.
Speaker’s leadership is lessimportant.
Speaker’s leadership is moreimportant. 
Q2: A well-known TV channel is looking for a competitiveanchorperson
 
who hasexcellent communication skills, knowledge of current affairs and confidence, inorder to supply news stories or articles
 
to the audience through a talk show. If youqualify the said criteria, post your CV at P.O Box 112 Lahore.10Solution:Example of Resume format
Asad Rehman
H # 16, Block b, model town LahorePhone # 9287655
 
ObjectiveEducation
. 
AdditionalQualification
 
ExperienceDistinction
 
Activities
 
ProjectsPublished work LanguagesSkills
Proficient in using MS word, excel, Corel draw and Internet etc
Strengths
 
Personal Data
Father’s Name :Date of Birth :CNIC # :Religion : Nationality :Marital Status :Contact Number :
DegreeInstituteMarks/Grades/div.

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