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Graphic Organizer

Course Number: COM 285, Spring 2011

College/University: University of Phoenix

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Create a graphic organizer using a Venn diagram, Web diagram, T-table, flowchart, or outline to summarize the steps in business writing. Include various activities completed in each step. Use the information provided in Ch. 5 of the text. #1 #9 Proof Read Final Product Planning #2 Brain Storming #3 Gather Data #8 Edit Steps In Business Writing #7 Feedback #6 Re-Read #5 Rough Draft #4 Organize Data

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Create a graphic organizer using a Venn diagram, Web diagram, T-table, flowchart, or outline to summarize the steps in business writing. Include various activities completed in each step. Use the information provided in Ch. 5 of the text. #9 Proof Read Final Product #8 Edit #7 Feedback #6 Re-Read #5 Rough Draft #4 Organize Data #3 Gather Data #2 Brain Storming #1 Planning Steps In Business Writing

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