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Chapter 5, 6, 7 Presentation - Chapters 5, 6, &...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapters 5, 6, & 7 Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze, Anticipate, Adapt Writing Process Phase 2: Research, Organize, Compose Writing Process Phase 3: Revise, Proofread, Evaluate Business Writing Basics Business Writing is: Business Writing Basics Business Writing is: 1. Purposeful definite purpose to fulfill Business Writing Basics Business Writing is: 1. Purposeful definite purpose to fulfill 1. Economical no rewards for length Business Writing Basics Business Writing is: 1. Purposeful definite purpose to fulfill 1. Economical no rewards for length 1. Reader Oriented focus on readers perspective, rather than your own Guffeys 3-X-3 Writing Process PREWRITING WRITING REVISING Analyze: Decide on your purpose. What do you want the receiver to do or believe? What channel is best? Research: Gather data to provide facts. Search company files, previous correspondence, and the Internet. What do you need to know to write this message? Revise: Edit your message to be sure it is clear, conversational, concise, and readable. Anticipate: Profile the audience. What does the receiver already know? Will the receivers response be neutral, positive, or negative? Organize: Group similar facts together. Decide how to organize your information. Outline your plan and make notes. Proofread: Read carefully to find errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, names, numbers, and format. Adapt: What techniques can you use to adapt your message to its audience and anticipated reaction? Compose: Prepare a first draft, usually writing quickly. Evaluate: Will this message achieve your purpose? Have you thought enough about the audience to be sure this message is appropriate and appealing? Chapter 5 Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze, Anticipate, Adapt Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze 1. Identify the Purpose a. Inform b. Persuade Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze 1. Identify the Purpose a. Inform b. Persuade 1. Select the Best Channel Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze 1. Identify the Purpose a. Inform b. Persuade 1. Select the Best Channel Ask Questions What is the: a. importance of the message? b. amount & speed of feedback needed? c. necessity of a permanent record? d. cost of the channel?...
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Chapter 5, 6, 7 Presentation - Chapters 5, 6, &...

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