Graphics in Technical Communication

Graphics and text relationship is explained. This resource explains how graphics in technical writing make the data stand out on the page and support the main purpose of the document as clearly and strongly as possible.

Standards & Objectives

Academic standards
CLE 3001.4.5
Use a standard format to arrange text, to cite sources correctly, and to document quotations, paraphrases, and other information.
CLE 3001.6.3
Read, interpret, and analyze graphics that support informational and technical texts.
CLE 3002.4.5
Use a standard format to arrange text, to cite sources correctly, and to document quotations, paraphrases, and other information.
CLE 3002.6.3
Read, interpret, and analyze graphics that support informational and technical texts.
CLE 3003.4.5
Use a standard format to arrange text, to cite sources, and to document quotations, paraphrases, and other information.
CLE 3003.6.3
Read, interpret, and analyze graphics that support complex informational and technical texts.
CLE 3005.4.5
Use a standard format to arrange text, to cite sources correctly, and to document quotations, paraphrases, and other information.
CLE 3005.6.3
Read, interpret, and analyze graphics that support complex informational and technical texts.
GLE 0401.2.1
Continue to develop oral language skills necessary for communication.
 
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Lesson Variations

Blooms taxonomy level: 
Understanding

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