Thursday, October 6, 2011

661. Teaching 2 Temasek Polytechnic students how to write a script

"The usual scientific report and writing as taught in the schools will put the audience to sleep," I referred to a report on "urinary tract infection in an old dog" written by a student volunteering at Toa Payoh Vets. He started "An 8-year-old Maltese was brought by his owner to see the vet .........."

The following are my points for producing a more interesting video.
1. The hook


2. Introduction


3. Middle (5 important messages or points). One point is as follows:



Bacterial infection of the joints follow if you don't have time to get your vet to treat your hamster early.
The thick yellow pus forms. The skin infections spreads all over the hamster's body. The hamster stops eating. Dies of generalised bacterial infections

4. Conclusion

5. Credits

toapayohvets.com
Be Kind To Pets
Veterinary Education
Project 2010-0129

More info and details are at:
http://www.sinpets.com/F6/20111004Four-itchy-joints-dwarf-hamster-singapore_ToaPayohVets.htm

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