Responding to Friend`s post Post 1

Responding to Friend`s post Post 1

Respondingto Friend’s post

Post1:

Yourpost begins with a clear definition of disaster as well its effects.However, the outline is not well organized. This is due to becausesomeone who is not familiar with disaster subject may not be able tounderstand fully the difference between the two types of disasterrecovering planning. Furthermore, your approach towards the planningstrategy of disaster management explanation is not well connectedsince the you begin by explaining a completely different topic beforeexhausting the preceding subject matter. Additionally, although youstate the factors that account for the difference between postand pre-disaster recovery planning to be function, timing and nature,which I agree to, you have not depicted these factors in the reader’sexplanation in the following explanation of the stated difference.Instead, you have just compared the two in a general manner that maynot be comprehensible. Your post is well referenced, thus enablingone to navigate easily to the original sources of the post. Finally,your post is not indented to separate the paragraphs, which makes itless appealing to the reader.

Post2:

Yourpost is well outlined, with clear paragraph indention with one ofthem tackling specific subject matter regarding disaster management.Moreover, you have referenced well your work, which it easy tonavigate through various sources. The introductory paragraph providesa generation picture of the theme of your post, which is disastermanagement. Moreover, your post focuses on safety, which I agree tobe the major reason for management of disasters. You have explainedwell the difference between disaster recovery planning and someonenew in the topic can clearly comprehend the difference. Your postfurther outlines the importance of disasterrecovery planning types, while identifying why post-disaster plansare considered to be more superior. However, I do not think thatpost-disaster planning is the most important. Pre-disaster planningshould be the most significant since it prepares for the comingscenarios that also include how to cope after a disaster. Lastly, thespacing of the post is not consistent, with the last paragraph havinga bigger spacing as compared to the preceding ones. These may deceivethe reader that the post is not addressing the same matter ofdisaster recover planning.