Basic Letter and Memo Writing

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Cengage South-Western, Nov 1, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 241 pages
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This intensive, activity-oriented workbook teaches the user to solve business problems and write effective documents. Topics include emphasis on developing the ability to think logically, applying basic principles of communication, and using language appropriately.Both a process (teaching the basic skills of writing and revising to produce high-quality documents) and a product (illustrating a finished product) approach to writing are incorporated.

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Contents

TEN GUIDES FOR EFFECTIVE WRITING
19
POSITIVE LETTERS AND MEMOS
75
This
85
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Susie H. VanHuss is a Professor and Program Director of Management at the University of South Carolina. Her teaching specialities include business communication, administrative systems, and personnel management. A prolific author and Gold Book award winner, Dr. VanHuss teaches writing as critical career skill approach--an approach that allows students to learn a systematic process of planning and writing effective messages while at the same time producing high-quality results very early in the learning philosophy. As a result, students have opportunities for early writing success, which helps build their confidence and their desire to continue to improve their communication skills.

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