Communicating for Distance Education
March 10, 2013
Today on my way to work I got in an accident! I am fine and the other guy is too. I was stopping at a red light and the jerk behind decided he didn’t want to fully stop and rearended me. It wasn’t too hard a hit. He just kinda tapped the bumper but it left some scratches. I got the guys info, and thankfully he had insurance! hopefully we can make this an easy and quick fix on my car. I will let my insurance know, and I already have an idea where I am going to take it to get it fixed. Just wanted to run that by ya. -Eric
On Friday, March 8, 2013, I was involved in an automobile collision in my 2002 Mitsubishi Galant. The time was approximately 6:45 a.m. The account number related to this vehicle is 78811654. I was coming to a stop at a red light at the intersection of Stark St. and Liberty Ave., and then a grey 1996 Ford F-150, Oregon plate 364 EUC, driven by Alex Johson rear-ended me. Mr. Johson seemed unaware that the light at the intersection had turned red, and failed to come to a complete stop. The impact was not severe, but my car will need repairs to the rear bumper, trunk, and driver’s side taillight. I have enclosed photos of both cars after the impact, and Mr. Johson’s insurance information. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I am available Monday-Friday, 5 p.m.-10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Thank you for your assistance.
A key point to keep in mind while communicating in a class forum is using inclusive language. Inclusive language is the practice of not excluding a certain gender in the text. Terms like “man,” and “woman,” can often offend others because it might sound like you are excluding, or alienating one or the other. Also pointing out that the presenter was a “business woman” and you were surprised that she had some good points may make someone think...
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