ANALYTICAL WRITING

ANALYTICAL WRITING - Picture 5 ANALYTICAL WRITING 1 BE...

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Picture 5 ANALYTICAL WRITING BE OBJECTIVE 1. Write in the third person. example : ABC Inc. needs to do more advertising. not acceptable : I think ABC should do more advertising 2. Don’t use the words feel, believe, or opinion. not acceptable : We feel ABC Inc. needs to do more advertising.
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Picture 5 ANALYTICAL WRITING 3 . Present conclusions/recommendations based on information presented, common knowledge, and logical assumptions. acceptable: ABC Inc. needs to do more advertising. better: Because it is losing market share, ABC Inc. needs to do more advertising .
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Picture 5 ANALYTICAL WRITING BE ORGANIZED 1. Use a cover page and table of contents 1. Use page numbers 3. Use headings and subheadings 4. Use appendices
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Picture 5 ANALYTICAL WRITING BE CAREFUL 1. Address all key issues/topics (answer all relevant questions) 2. Be specific 3. Be accurate E
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Picture 5 PLAGIARISM E Definition: P lagiarism occurs when a writer intentionally or unintentionally uses someone else’s language, ideas, or other original
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