Quickly master the rules and conventions of effective technical communications for the North American workplace This unique resource book was specially designed for engineers, scientists, and other technical professionals for whom English is an adopted language. Its step-by-step guidelines, clear explanations, and carefully paced practice exercises will help you communicate more effectively in the North American technical workplace. Numerous real-life examples make it easy for you to master the elements of English grammar, tone, and style, as well as the special formal requirements for writing clear and effective technical documentation. While its primary function is to help you to develop effective technical writing skills, this resource book also helps you improve your speech and your listening skills. With the help of Dr. Campbell's step-by-step instructions, you will quickly gain the confidence you need to communicate your ideas at staff meetings, roundtable discussions, briefings, and other formal and informal settings. Important topics covered in ESL Resource Book for Engineers and Scientists include: General English language writing practicesaa practical guide to the correct use of grammar, style, and tone Special requirements for procedures, specifications, technical documentation, activity reports, and other forms of technical communicationaincludes real-life examples from commercial, government, and nonprofit settings How to listen and speak more effectively in the North American technical workplace How to understand idiomatic language and use it appropriately, whether writing or speaking The ability to communicate technical information effectively is an essential component of job performance and career advancement. Don't let the fact that English is not your native language hold you back. Quickly master the rules and conventions of North American technical communication with ESL Resource Book for Engineers and Scientists.When an aspect of word choice or grammar becomes extremely difficult to unscramble, it will eventually resolve itself. ... is dropping away as speakers and writers cana#39;t take the time to unscramble the two words, or dona#39;t really care to do so.
|Title||:||ESL Resource Book for Engineers and Scientists|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1995-11-01|