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- Prewriting Analysis Writing an effective memo letter or report M Reber Thinking and Planning before Writing 1 2 3 Ask yourself five questions

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© M. Reber 01/12/12 Prewriting Analysis Writing an effective memo, letter, or report
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Thinking and Planning before Writing 1. Ask yourself five questions. 2. Write quick responses to the questions. 3. Use the answers to develop and write your correspondence. 2
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Questions to Consider 1. What is my purpose? 2. Who is my audience? 3. What are my key points? 4. How should I organize the information? 5. What action or attitude do I want the reader to take? 3
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Be specific To inform To persuade or argue To obtain the technical editing job in the Training Department at Apple. To receive a refund of $4250 from Dell for a defective computer system that was returned. Refer to your purpose statement often as you write your draft. Eliminate extraneous material that does not advance your purpose. Ensure that you have adequate details to achieve your purpose. 4
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course BUS 62 taught by Professor Reber during the Summer '09 term at DeAnza College.

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- Prewriting Analysis Writing an effective memo letter or report M Reber Thinking and Planning before Writing 1 2 3 Ask yourself five questions

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