My fourth assignment will be discussing and analyzing presenting insights and findings. In the first part, I will be writing about different components of report. In the second part, I will be discussing and analyzing presentation and its parts. In the last part, I will be adding my point of view including recommendation and will be ending my assignment with conclusion and references. Today, in the most academic schools and institutions, we have seen that both of researchers and sponsors have similar thoughts about what kinds of reporting should be completed during and at the end of research process, which make the findings coming out nicely and correctly. Additionally, a good report always refle cts the quality of materials and resources …show more content…
A short report is suitable when the issue is well defined, has a short border and easy to explain and discuss such as temporary reports and progress report. Also, it always includes three to five pages, which involves necessary information that need to be mentioned. In comparison, long report consists of two types; technical report and management report. A technical report is comprehensive with full documents required such as sources of information, research steps, procedures, information collected, tools, methods, index construction and Information analysis styles. The management report is designed to enable customers to understand the conclusions and recommendations quickly without taking much time in reading. On the other hand, components of report includes five major elements below: 1- Prefatory Information, which includes transmittal paper, page title, Authorization report, executive summary and table of contents 2- Introduction, which includes problem statement that is a brief explanation of issues that need to be discussed such as research purposes. 3- Methodology, which includes sampling design, research design, collecting information, information analysis and limitations. 4- Findings, which includes conclusions and recommendations …show more content…
In addition, a Greek philosopher Aristotle created concepts of persuasive communication which include the following: 1- Ethos, which is the truthfulness through personal character. In this point, a presentation research presentation strongly depends on a researcher’s capability to persuade the audience about all what he says is the honesty and what the results he declares are real. Also, Audience should decide according the results, conclusions and recommendations provided. 2- Pathos, which is the second concept of persuasive communication, and it deeply depends on emotional relation between the speaker and his or her audience. 3- Logos, by using variation of the syllogism, which is named enthymeme. Also, logos are the essence of many research presentations; used to explain facts and findings of results. 4- Plan, which includes audience analysis Types of learners [Visual - Auditory - Kinesthetic] The smart speaker is the one who keep their audience interesting and later post that presentation online. 5- Organize, traditional patterns of business including -local, sorting -order
Rhetoric is defined as the art of persuasion using oral or written communications (Rapp). There are many theories and ideas which an orator or writer can use as tools to achieve their goal of persuading an audience. The audience is defined in rhetoric as “the listeners or spectators at a speech or performance, or the intended readership for a piece of writing or an assembled and pointed group of listeners that receive the message of the rhetor and ultimately decide the message’s effectiveness” (Enos). Within the study of rhetoric the focus is on what the speaker or writer does to create the affect and response they want from their audience; in this essay I will describe the audience and their role in the communications throughout
How does a person make themselves more persuasive and trustworthy? The answer is rhetorical appeals. There are three main appeals that allow a person to be more persuasive and active in a speech or writing including pathos, logos, and ethos.
Over the course of time the world has diffused amongst cultures and the amount of languages vary; however, the methods of persuasion seem to be a continuity. From the colonization distribution of land to passing a law in the modern era. The purpose of motivating a group of individuals to perform an action, whether it be good or bad, is to change. Being an effective speaker changes and creates a profound impact on its audience. The important continual factors to creating effective speeches are emotional, logical, and credible reasoning.
To make the process effective a speaker should be credible (ethos), ought to have emotional influence on the target audience (pathos) and appeal to its logical reason. According to Cialdini (1984:13) six main principles of persuasion can be distinguished. 1. Reciprocation: as the rule says when the person receives something, s/he should feel obliged to give it back.
HND in Business Unit 33: Small Business Enterprise Abdul Rahuman - IDM Registration Number – CC22802629 Task 1 a. Identify different methods a small business could be started? Before identifying different methods a small business could be started. What is a Small business? According to the Institute of small business administration of United States of America has defined small business as “A Small business is one that is independently owned & operated & does not dominate in its field of operation”. Flora Richards-Gustafson defines a small business as “Sometimes called a small business, a small-scale enterprise is a business that employs a small number of workers and does not have a high volume of sales.
There are numerous persuasive devices that can be used as tricks in order to appear credible in the eyes of the audiences. There will be eight persuasive devices that will be mentioned in this analysis which are artistic proof which consist of ethos, logos and pathos, facts, repetition, positive dictions, analogy and rhetorical questions. 3.1 Artistic proof According to Aristotle, persuaders use proof to persuade audiences. Aristotle describes artistic proof as proof that is created, or invented by the persuaders.
1.1. Prepare a report describing the typical functional areas that can be found in an organization. (Minimum 500 words) (P1.1) To reach the goal of profitability and manage the information of an organization, The organization management classified in to three hierarchical levels such as Strategic level, Tactical level, Operational level ( Top to Bottom). Organizational Levels Strategic Level Strategic level represents the top level management of the organization.
Another issue in doing reports is the use of the power of the internet in sending the report. While using the internet enables the team members to send and receive information and updates in reports in just one click, poor and absent internet connectivity also hampers them from doing so. Doing reports is viewed as tedious and time-consuming. Some members of the team, especially those who already have lots of tasks and responsibilities, view it as an additional task that will consume their time allocated in doing their regular tasks. Best Practices for Doing Operational
Have you ever tried to influence the audience’s view on a certain subject? Have you ever found yourself arguing with someone over something you believed to be true, but you couldn’t find a way to convince them to believe you? If so, what other strategies you will try to convince your audience? Now, delivering clear and persuasive communication is becoming more and more important. The communicators need to try to make their point in a different way that best suits the message they are sending.
Chapter 11: this chapter help people walk through process how to write report correctly. When writing report, people always makes human errors. It tells us how to avoid simple human errors. Chapter 12: When it’s comes to writing a report, you need to know differences between long and small and formal and extreme reports. Knowing a difference between these can make great differences.
It makes the report more lively and helps to retain the audience’s attention for a longer timeframe. If the topic being discussed is complex and the speaker is uncertain about the audience’s knowledge level on the particular topic, visual aids should be used to explain the topic that would be difficult to follow through speech alone. It is very important to choose the right visual aid. It should be tailored to suit the targeted audience. The different type of visual aids are overhead projectors and power point presentations.
1.3 Objectives of the Study: The first objective of this study is to examine student‘s views on preparing and delivering presentations. Second, student‘s strengths and weaknesses in public speaking need to be explored. 1.4 Research Questions: 1 Do you like preparing presentations? a) Yes b) No 2
Their aim is to convey a particular point of view, be it justifying an issue or the promotion of a product in the market, there are many key features belonging to a successful piece of persuasive writing. An appropriate and well informed argument is an essential part of this genre. They often begin with a statement of position in relation to the main subject of the argument, followed by a logical sequence in which the argument is put forward with the use of evidence. The use of cause and effect is important and influential within the argument of this text, as it connects the action to what it leads to and enables the audience to fully understand the extent of the issue. Graphics may also be included in order to devise a much stronger argument