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A perfect example is the chapter in which the exercises are to add words to “enhance coherence” in an already coherent sentence Please enter recipient e-mail address es.

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A good resource to have if you’re learning technical writing. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: My first impression of the book is that even among textbooks which are horribly overpriced this shines as an example of why some people who shouldn’t be writing in the first place write textbooks regardless of their lack of talents. Remember me on this computer. Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers.

Seventh Canadian edition View all editions and formats Rating: Ships from Reno, NV. Sell now – Have one to sell? Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Technical Communication 5th Canadian Edition. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. It hearkens to the old adage regarding those who can’t do, teach.

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See all reviews. I also hated the way it was set on my Kindle. Very xnd wear and tear. See other items More Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Subject to credit approval. See all customer images. The word coherent includes clarity as a portion of its definition, in fact if a paragraph lacks clarity it is almost certain to lack coherence.

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I’ve read similar books and they had a better view on how to write this information.

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I cannot help but believe there had to be a better book on the market that a teacher could use for this subject. Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. Another point that I find lacking is that typically in English, a student is taught to use “economy of words”, this text; however, seems to shun that advice and works under the premise that in technical writing you must expect every reader to be a dullard who is unable to connect two sentences into a common thread.

Technical Communication John M Lannon.