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O'Donnell Chapter 9 Slides - Revising the Whole Document...

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Chapter 9 Writing Coherent Documents 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 1 Revising the Whole Document for Coherence Have you left out anything in turning your outline into a draft? Have you included all the elements your readers expect to see? Is the organization logical? Is the content strong?
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Chapter 9 Writing Coherent Documents 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 2 Revising the Whole Document for Coherence (cont.) Do you come across as reliable, honest, and helpful? Are all the elements presented consistently? Is the emphasis appropriate throughout the document?
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Chapter 9 Writing Coherent Documents 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 3 Writing Coherent Titles Avoid substituting general terms. Use precise terms to make your titles more useful for your readers. Background History of Prairie Style Architecture in Oak Park
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