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Air Force Effective Writing Student Handout Air Force Effective Writing Student Preparation Complete The Tongue and Quill Exercise prior to class. Cognitive Lesson Objective: Comprehend effective writing in the Air Force according to AFH 33-337, The Tongue and Quill . Cognitive Samples of Behavior: Describe the resources for writing available in The Tongue and Quill : - Seven steps to effective communication - Electronic communication - Air Force writing products and templates - Writing mechanics Identify common problems in writing: - Active vs. passive voice - Subject-verb agreement - Pronoun-antecedent agreement - Punctuation Affective Lesson Objective: Respond to the elements of effective writing in the Air Force. Affective Samples of Behavior: Actively participate in effective writing exercises. Use AFH 33-37, The Tongue and Quill and other resources to communicate effectively.
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Air Force Effective Writing Student Handout AIR FORCE EFFECTIVE WRITING W riting tells a lot about a person—people judge you by what and how well you write. In the Air Force, you may find yourself drafting letters that your commander will sign. For example, as a project officer you may want to let your unit know about your project by distributing an informational letter written by you (the project expert), but signed by your commander (for his/her support). Therefore, your writing may reflect not only on you, but also your commander and your organization.
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