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It is a fantastic way to develop Notice Writing skill step by step.


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How to Write Notice How to Write Notice Presentation Transcript

  • Identify Me
    • a
  • Rajeev Ranjan English Language Teacher PGDTE & B.ED(ENGLISH) English and Foreign Language University (Hyderabad) Email.Id- rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com
  • I am an important part of an organization/institution. You can find me on a piece of paper or on the black board/green board/soft board. Can you guess me? Who am I ?
    • Are you ready to identify me, aren’t you?.
    • Ok, Let us find out:
    • A letter
    • An article
    • A paragraph
    • A notice
  • Notice
    • a
    • b
  • I hope , now you can guess me. Yes, you have correctly identified me. In fact I am a “notice”. You can easily find me on the notice board. I am very useful. If you need some information regarding a new event, certainly I can help you. I am always ready to give you relevant information about an event of daily lives.
  • Introduction
    • A notice is written by an individual, a group, an organization or a body to draw the attention of the readers to a certain issue that needs  immediate attention or active participation. All the required information must be given in a simple, concise, attractive manner so that people notice it.
  • Different types of Notices
  • Different Types of Notices
  • Why do we write a notice?
    • A notice conveys information in a comprehensive manner. It is usually an advance information about
    • A happening
    • General instructions
    • An event.
    • A function.
    • An inauguration.
    • A programme
    • It could also be
    • A notice for Lost or Found.
    • Public notices regarding
  • Just have a look on a standard format of “Notice” NAME OF THE INSTITUTION ..........................NOTICE....................... Date ............................ HEADING............................. BODY/CONTENT..................... .......... ........... ........... .......... _______ (name) designation (if required)
  • What should a notice contain?????????
    • Always write notice in a box
    • Content of a notice
    • A headline/title, date of issue and a signatory
    • Details of the event, its time, date , venue and duration
    • The organization /individuals responsible for the notice
    • Responsible person to contact for further details, with mobile number/clear and complete address/fax number/email address etc.
    • Present information briefly, concretely, and accurately
    • Do not exceed more than 50 words
    • The style of the language depends on the person it addresses and the objectives of writing notice.
  • Do you think that each notice has a purpose, a particular theme and objectives?
    • Notice covers a wide range of themes.
    • Cultural announcement
    • Academic announcement
    • Sports announcement
    • Announcement of births and deaths
    • Celebrations
    • Commercial activities i.e. inaugurations & sales, schedules‘ and reschedules of transport
  • He is going to do-----??????????????????
  • Sample of a Notice
    • MDVM(PARLE), SCHOOL, NEEMRANA
    • NOTICE
    • 12 September 2010
    • Golden Opportunity for Young and Talented Actors
    • The English Club of Parle School proposes to stage Samuel Beckett’s drama “ Waiting for Godot” to celebrate its Literary Week in October 1 st week. Young aspirants should submit their names to Sikha Singh , on or before 20 th September for selection and audition. Venue and date will be intimated later.
    • Sikha Singh
    • I/C English Club
    • Parle School
  • What do you find in the previous notice?
    • Notice covers a wide range of themes.
    • Cultural announcement
    • Academic announcement
    • Sports announcement
    • announcement of births and deaths
    • Celebrations
    • Commercial activities i.e. inaugurations & sales, schedules‘ and reschedules of transport
  • More Examples
    • Notice regarding CCE Training
    • This is to bring to the notice of all schools that the ongoing CCE training across the country are being conducted in phases and if some schools have not been covered it will be done in subsequent phases. The last phase will end in the second week of December. In case a school is not covered till then you may get back to the CBSE. In case of any genuine query kindly contact Mr. Pranav Trikha at 9818135072 (between 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
  • Examples
    • a
    • b
  • Edit the Notice given below by choosing the appropriate option from the list given.
    • Notice
    • MDVM (Parle) School, Alwar
    • Inter School Cricket Match
    • Dec 21, 2010
    • It is informed that an Inter –School Cricket Match (a) is organized between our school and the DAV School. The match (b) will be playing on the 18 th March 2011 in our school grounds from 5p.m onwards. All students (c) is requested to assemble in the school grounds(d) to witnessed the match and encourage the players.
    • Sports Secretary
    • Nilabh
  • Multiple Choices
    • (i) is being organized (ii) has organized
    • (iii) Is organizing (iv) have been organized
    • (b) Would be played (ii) are played
    • (iii) Will be played (iv) will play
    • (c ) are requested (ii) were requested
    • (iii) Are being requested (iv) have been requested
    • (d) Witnessing (ii) witness
    • To witness (iv) are witnessed
    • Ans : (a) (i) (b) (iii) (c) (i) (d) (iii)
  • What did we learn?
    • Notice should be eye catching, precise, concrete and attractive. It should attract the spectator attention. If the spectators read notice, our purpose of writing notice is solved then and there. Our objective should be clear enough so that it should solve our purpose without creating confusion and chaos.
  • References
    • http://www.google.co.in/image
    • http://www.tutorvista.com/english/notice-writing-sample
    • D Byrne(1979) Teaching Writing Skills, Longman
    • R. White(1980) Teaching Written English, Heinemann
    • Chris Kyriacou(2006) Effective Teaching in Schools, CUP
  • For Your Kind Suggestion
    • Rajeev Ranjan English Language Teacher PGDTE & B.ED(ENGLISH) English and Foreign Language University (Hyderabad) Email.Id- rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com