What different ways can factual information be communicated? (Writing…
What different ways can factual information be communicated?
Newspapers are useful as you can communication visually, as you can use big headings to attract attention and also images. You can also get a lot of factual information across.
Mind maps give out your ideas clearly, as you don't write a lot and only have to list out your ideas, along with a short explanation. This is useful as you can quickly absorb the information.
Geographical maps are useful because they are like instruction manuals, and give out information clearly for where you have to go. This is useful as if you're driving on a road, you won't want to have to keep stopping to look at a complicated manual.
Instruction manuals help give you information on how to set up something, or give you information on how to do a job. They usually don't include the author's emotions and only factual information.
Writing allows people to be able to understand your information through reading a text, or putting your emotions into text.
Poetry (reading aloud)
Poetry can communicate information through being read and being written, as you can either read or listen to it. This is a good method as you can communicate information and emotions to the audience.
Presentations can help spread information through both speaking and writing, as people can read from your presentations and also listen to your speech. I think this is effective as people can understand the information you are trying to spread across in 2 ways.
Debates are good as they give you information from two sides of perspective, which allows you to think critically to decide on. They give you more information that are both factual and also express the people having a debate's emotions.
Storytelling is effective because it spreads information across to not only adults, but also a younger audience as it is fun to listen to, but also can spread useful information across.
Blogs communicate the authors experience , with facts and emotions. Blogs are usually visually appealing, so that people will want to read them (with pictures, colours, etc.)
Essays are full of facts that the author finds and writes. They can also be found in newspapers and books (where you can find a collection of essays). Essays make you see from the authors perspective, and make you think critically.