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NEGATIVE-NEWS MESSAGE_LETTER

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NEGATIVE-NEWS LETTER ASSIGNMENT – 50 POINTS You can use the negative-news/refusal letter structure to help you write refusal letters in a wide range of situations – from business to personal. Consider these questions before writing your refusal letter: 1. What is the name and address of the person who will receive your letter? 2. What is the request that you need to refuse? 3. Is there something you can thank the reader for? If yes, what? 4. What is the context for your refusal? 5. What is the positive alternative? Your Task: Write a one-page negative letter according to the scenario described below. Follow these guidelines: 1. Use correct letter formatting (inside and return address, date, salutation, signature, etc.). 2. Use block letter style. 3. Use correct mechanics (spelling, word choice, etc.), tone, strategy and accuracy. 4. Submit by hard copy in class due __________________________ Scenario: Goldstar College One of your duties as the program specialist for the graduate Department at Goldstar College is
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