We often talk about conversational writing for elearning. A conversational tone flows better in voice
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In this post, I’ll explain how to write and structure the conversation between two characters to deliver eLearning content.
A great voice over person can make a good script more engaging, and a great script sound fantastic. However, if the script itself is completely stiff and unnatural, there’s only so much a voice over person can do. When we talk, we naturally use a variety of sentence structures and lengths. If you want your scripts to sound conversational, use a combination of short and reasonably long sentences.
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Tips for writing better e-learning voice over scripts:
* The most important tip
* Conversational style and flow
* Shorter sentences