BCPP6e_TB_Ch04 - Chapter 4-Writing Process Phase 1 Analyze...

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Chapter 4—Writing Process Phase 1: Analyze, Anticipate, Adapt DIFFICULTY (DIF) TYPE OTHER CODES 5 = Most difficult Ap: Application question ANS: Answer 3 = Average difficulty Con: Conceptual question REF: Page Reference 1 = Least difficult Def: Definition OBJ: Chapter Objective NOT: Note (feedback/explanations) AAC: AACSB Competencies MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The best business writing is purposeful, persuasive, economical, and a. technical. b. reader-oriented. c. writer-oriented d. feelings-oriented. ANS: B DIF: 3 REF: p. 102 OBJ: 4-1 TYPE: Con TOP: Approaching the Writing Process Systematically NOT A-D: The best business writing is purposeful, persuasive, economical, and reader-oriented. AAC: Tier 1—Reflective Thinking; Tier 2—Conclusion AAC: Tier 1—Communication; Tier 2—Patterns 2. Which of the following statements about business writing is most accurate? a. Business writing is almost identical to the writing done in high school and college classes. b. When writing business documents, quantity enhances quality. c. Business writers should attempt to impress readers with their powerful vocabulary and extensive knowledge. d. Business writing should be focused on the reader. ANS: D DIF: 3 REF: pp. 101-102 OBJ: 4-1 TYPE: Con TOP: Approaching the Writing Process Systematically NOT: a. Business writing differs from other writing you may have done in high school or college. b. Quantity does not enhance quality in business documents. Conciseness is what counts in business. c. Business writers shouldn’t try to dazzle readers with their extensive knowledge, powerful vocabulary, or graceful phrasing. The goal in business writing is to express rather than impress. d. Business writing should concentrate on looking at a problem from the reader’s perspective instead of seeing it from the writer’s perspective. AAC: Tier 1—Reflective Thinking; Tier 2—Conclusion AAC: Tier 1—Communication; Tier 2—Patterns 3. In Jacqueline’s new job, she will be writing many professional business messages. What is the best advice you can give her? a. To make writing easier, follow a systematic process when preparing and writing business messages. 96
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97 UNIT 2 The 3-x-3 Writing Process b. Include many references to your feelings to humanize your messages. c. Make your business messages and reports fairly lengthy to show how much work you put into them. d. Draw on your prior writing experience and imagination to come up with creative ideas for your business messages. ANS: A DIF: 5 REF: pp. 101-102 OBJ: 4-1 TYPE: Ap TOP: Approaching the Writing Process Systematically NOT: a. Following a systematic plan, such as the 3-x-3 writing process, when preparing and writing a business message will make the process easier. b.
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BCPP6e_TB_Ch04 - Chapter 4-Writing Process Phase 1 Analyze...

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