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That's your challenge on ‘Creating Context' completed, well done!
Here are some ways you can use the knowledge gained during this module:
1.Draft 5 emails today using the CTQ concept.
2.Check that your emails pass the first 3 points in the Ten Point Test for storylines (in course materials).
3.Think about the CTQ for a larger piece of communication, hide the question and ask a colleague if they can ‘guess' what the questions is. Check if yours matches…it should (if not in exact words then in concept).
What is the typical order for the elements included in an introduction?
Who has the primary responsibility for creating clarity?
An introduction must start with ‘context'.
An introduction can contain controversial information.
A good introduction helps your document pass the '30-second' test.
Creating which part of your communication should occupy a disproportionate amount of time?
What is the best test to apply to see if your question is connected sufficiently tightly to the rest of your introduction?
What should happen in the reader's mind between the first two elements of a standard introduction?
You can have multiple questions in the introduction.
An introduction must include a ‘trigger'.
What have you changed since starting this course?
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it can be reviewed and adjusted after submission.