Technical writing/ all lessons document. Resumer /UFC

Technical writing is a form of communication used in business and industry, focusing on products and services.

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Technical writing/ all lessons document. Resumer /UFC
Technical writing/ all lessons document. Resumer /UFC
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Lesson 1


Technical writing is a form of communication used in business and industry, focusing on products and services. It encompasses a wide range of document types and is aimed at various audiences within a work environment, including supervisors, colleagues, subordinates, vendors, and customers. Objective

This lesson will introduce students to the concept and scope of technical writing, helping them understand its purpose and the wide range of documents it includes. —

Lesson Plan 1. What is Technical Writing

- Definition: Communication in business and industry about products and services. - Focus: How to manufacture, market, manage, deliver, and use these products and services. 2. Types of Technical Documents - Explore examples such as memos, emails, reports, instructions, brochures, newsletters, resumes, web pages, flyers, and PowerPoint presentations. - Discuss how each type serves a specific purpose in a professional setting. 3. Characteristics of Technical Writing - Emphasize its need to be easily and quickly understood. - Highlight the attributes of quantifiable, precise, and clear communication. 4. Audience and Environment - Technical writing occurs within a work environment and is intended for various professional audiences. - Emphasize the importance of understanding the audience for effective technical communication. 5. What Technical Writing is Not - Clarify that technical writing is distinct from literature, narrative writing, journalism, and creative writing like poetry.

Lesson 2


This lesson will delve into the essential attributes of technical writing: clarity, conciseness, accessibility, and accuracy. Understanding these attributes is crucial for effective technical communication. Objective Students will learn the importance of each attribute and how they contribute to making technical documents clear, concise, accessible, and accurate.

Drafting the Lesson Plan

    • Clarity: Focus on the need for clear language that conveys information easily and avoids misunderstandings.
    • Conciseness: Teach the value of brevity in technical writing, emphasizing the importance of conveying information in as few words as necessary.
    • Accessibility: Discuss how to make technical documents accessible to all intended audiences, including the use of visuals, layout, and design.
    • Accuracy: Highlight the critical role of accuracy in technical writing, ensuring that all facts, figures, and instructions are correct and reliable.