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Write 300 words on discussion and respond to two articles with 200 words each
1)Write 300 words for discussion with 3 peer reviewed references
Compare and contrast the direct and indirect patterns of organization. What are the benefits of each pattern? When would each pattern be used in business writing?
2) Respond to two articles with 200 words each
Article 1
 Direct pattern is the easiest way to communicate in an effective way with the most efficient use of space. In other words, direct is when a speaker presents information to an audience in an active way that will prompt the audience to act immediately. The use of this information is done as quickly as possible. The information is not given in depth, but in simple terms. There is minimal or no background information. However, it should be pointed out that, just like the rest of the elements in a direct presentation, there are always exceptions to the rule. It is the presenter’s decision whether or not to offer detailed information about a certain subject. It is also the audience’s decision whether or not to hear the information at this level (Sanina et al., 2017).
            Indirect pattern is used in a conversation. This pattern is commonly used in a one-to-one or a group conversation. Most often than not, it is used to elicit a response from the listeners. It is used when the presenter is expecting an audience reaction or an audience reaction is necessary. For example, in a classroom, teachers may use indirect patterns when they want the students to participate in the class discussion. An indirect pattern can be a conversation that lasts for more than one turn. An indirect pattern is when a speaker is trying to elicit an answer from the listener. Indirect question is a question that is directed to a listener, who then responds directly. An indirect pattern is when a speaker is trying to elicit an answer from the listener. Indirect question is a question that is directed to a listener, who then responds directly. An indirect question is when a speaker is trying to elicit a reaction from the listener (Sanina et al., 2017).
            Indirect approach is often considered too soft. Many managers believe that it does not generate the necessary emotional tension and that the audience will quickly become frustrated. Another problem with the indirect approach is that you risk being misunderstood. The audience may regard your statements as evasive. They may misinterpret your indirect approach as a prevarication or as an attempt to avoid responsibility. They may see that you prefer an easy way out.
            The direct approach is an inductive argument, which means that it focuses on the conclusion as a main idea. The direct approach is based on the idea that what you do is already understood by your audience, and that the only issue is to help them to recognize what is already known. In that case, the audience may regard your comments as superfluous, and your speech will appear to them as a self-serving report or as a self-aggrandizing exercise. Sometimes, the direct approach is considered too blunt, and many managers believe that they’re too afraid to say the truth. This attitude is harmful because the truth is often what is needed, and it is often what they already know and they need to share it. On the other hand, many managers are unable to find an appropriate way to start an inductive argument because they fail to make an appropriate distinction between what is known and what is not (Guffey & Loewy, 2018).
References:
Guffey, M. E., & Loewy, D. (2018). Business Communication Process & Product (9th ed.). Cengage Learning.
Sanina, A., Balashov, A., Rubtcova, M., & Satinsky, D. M. (2017). The effectiveness of communication channels in government and business communication. Information Polity, 22(4), 251-266.
Article 2
 
There are two approaches to writing a business email or a message based on the patterns followed by the organization, the direct approach and the indirect approach. The organizations follow either the direct or the indirect approach based on what kind of a message it’s going to be, if it is a good or bad news and if it would be received in a positive or a negative way. A direct approach to writing messages in an organization involves writing out the main point in the very beginning, followed by additional points referring to the main point, which helps the readers get the gist of the email or message at the start of it and can take a call on whether to read the email further. Direct pattern is normally followed in official messages in an organization. A positive message or a message that interests people can be sent through a direct pattern in organization. For example, the news of getting selected for a job can be delivered in a direct pattern. An indirect pattern of a message is used when people do not want to hurt another’s feelings or you want to soften the blow while delivering bad or sensitive or a negative news. “Using direct pattern of messaging to deliver negative news is not advisable, because people do not tend to read through the entire message if they see a negative opener to the email message.” (Marie, G., n.d.)  For example, using phrases like “Thank you for reaching out” or “I appreciate the time you took to research”, softens the blow when delivering negative news.
References:
Guffey, M. E., & Loewy, D. (2018). Business Communication Process & Product (9th ed.). Cengage Learning.
Marie, G. (n.d.). Tips on Writing Direct and Indirect Business Email. Retrieved from




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