Technical Description.

Part I-Choose three terms to explore (choose either processes or products or a combination). You might want to choose terms from your area of study. Research the three terms you intend to define. Practice writing definitions by writing a simple and clear one-sentence definition for each (in your own words). See the textbook section on sentence definitions.

Part II-Choose one of those terms (either a product or process) to describe in detail to an audience of your choice.

  • Create a 1-2 page Technical Descriptionbeginning with a cover page (see this YouTube Video on creating a cover page). At the bottom of the cover page, write a one sentence purpose statement that names your audience. Ex. The purpose of this document is to desribe a magnetometer to earth science students.
  • Your brief introduction should begin with the definition of the product or process.
  • The body should be presented in an organized manner using visual elements such as headings, subheadings, bullet points or numbered lists, graphics that inform, etc. Think visually.
  • It should conclude with a brief concluding statement (see the rubric for more details and use the rubric as a checklist).
  • Proofread aloud for clarity, conciseness, and correctness.
  • Eliminate wordiness to increase understanding and readability.
  • Either upload two documents to the correct dropbox: 1 definitions document and 1 description document. Or inlcude the definitions after the reference page of your description document.

Technical Description



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