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This lesson is designed to help students understand how important it is to adapt their digital communication style in the world of work so they feel they have a confident and professional digital voice.
Technology is changing the world of work, and it’s likely that more and more jobs will demand digital skills. Alongside these are a set of core transferable skills that are increasingly important to employers such as problem solving, communication and creativity, and young people may need to apply these in a digital way. It’s essential that we are all able to adapt our tone of language and how we communicate with people, often across the globe, with different attitudes and competing opinions, when using digital technology.
By the end of the lesson students will be able to:
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