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Report On Comparing Assignment 1 Documents With Assignment 2 Documents.

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Report On Comparing Assignment 1 Documents With Assignment 2 Documents I am going to compare the professional documents which I commented on in Assignment 1. They were the agenda, the minutes of the meeting, the letter, the newspaper article and the flyer. These will be compared with the documents which I created in Assignment 2 which were the agenda, minutes of the meeting, the letter, the newspaper article and the party invitation (flyer). Agenda The professional agenda which I commented on in Assignment 1 is somewhat different to the one which I created myself in Assignment 2. The first difference is that with the professional agenda, the information which tells you the name of the meeting, the date of the meeting, the place of the meeting and the time of meeting is above the title 'Agenda'. Whereas I have done it the other way around and I centralised the name of my meeting which is 'Fame Production Committee'. The second difference is that on the professional agenda, the items are not numbered whereas on my agenda I have numbered the items. The third difference is that on my agenda I have not listed any action points because I didn't think I needed them, however on the professional agenda there are action points which are named 'Report A, Report B, Report C, Report D and Report E'. ...read more.

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So there are three different justifications used here. However on my letter, my address which is 'Fame Production Committee' is on the left hand side, the date is followed underneath and the company which I am writing to which is 'P.T.A Advisory Council' is also on the left. I have only used one type of justification here. The second difference is that on my letter I have wrote 'Dear Sir/Madam' because I did not know the same of the person who I was writing to. Whereas on the professional letter, the company knows whom it is writing to which is why they have used the name of the person. The third difference is that on the professional letter it has given a small title which is 'Re: -Renewal Membership' and this is underlined and placed in the centre. This is very advantageous because straightaway the reader knows that the company is writing to him about renewing his membership. However on my letter I have not done this which will mean that the reader will have to read the letter if he wants to know what it is about. The fourth difference is that I have used three paragraphs on my letter. ...read more.

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The only similarity is that both documents have let people know whom to contact if they wanted to know more about the events. However, I have only used one method which is by contacting 'Mr Carroll on 0121 784 7272'. The professional flyer has given three ways of contact if people would like to know more about the event. Newspaper Article The professional newspaper article which I commented on in Assignment 1 which was called 'Granada Plans Big Hotels Sale' is somewhat different to the one which I created myself in Assignment 2 which was called What A Turnout It Was'. Surprisingly, there is only one difference which is that on the professional newspaper article, there is a picture relating to it. I have not done this on my article because I could not find a picture relating to the event. There are two similarities between these two documents and the first is that both documents present the information by using columns which is the standard way of writing an article. The second similarity is that on the professional article it says 'story continued on page 7' and on my article is says 'story is continued on next page'. So basically, both documents are telling its readers that the story does continue. Name: Mudassar Yasin Centre Name: Washwood Heath Technology College Candidate Number: 7515 Centre Number: 20279 ...read more.

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