Revision questions CH3:
MCQ, True or false, Complete, Memo
1- Name three situations in which researching at work involve?
2- What is the purpose for writing on the job?
3-What do you need before you write at work? Why?
4- What are the starategies you need for collecting information?
5- What is the difference between Secondary and primary resources?
6- What is the meaning of "you do not to reinvent the wheel" in relation to conducting research?
7- Give another name for 'collections or repositories of document'?
8- How do you find secondary data?
9- correspondence and report archives, library catalog, periodicals, general reference materials,electronic resources
10- What is the best way to find electronic information?

11- How do you search with keywords?
12- What is documentation?
13- Why is it important to document secondary resources?
14- How to avoid plagiarism?
15- What is a bibliography?
16- What is the difference between internal citations and bibliographies?
17- How do you evaluate sources? (All elements are important)
18- List three ways in which you can use borrowed info in your notes?
19- How do you collect primary data?
20- What are surveys, respondents, population, and sample?
21- What are the important elements that you need to consider as you prepare your surveys?
22- what is the difference between open-ended questions and closed-ended quetsions?
23- What is the meaning of tabulation?
24- what is the difference between observation and experimentation?
25- What is the difference between experimentation and surveys?
26- What is the difference between Validity and reliability?
Welcome to ENG 301: Technical Writing
Writing case studies

Lecture 1
Sample proposal Lecture 1
Slideshare project

Lecture 2

Lecture 3

Lecture 4

Lecture 5
Letters, Memos and Emails

Lecture 6
Practicing incorrect Brief correspondences

Bad memo

Good Memo (Correction)

Meeting minutes
Task 1 to do this exercise plz visit
Task 2 To be able to write a memo please visit
Task 3 Plz go to Moodle

Writing instructions CH 10