eng223 | undergraduate
Workplace Writing Essentials
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- Explain the appropriate use of visual objects, such as tables, graphs, and illustrations, in workplace communications.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply ethical considerations in workplace communication.
- Prepare an effective formal report.
Foundations of Workplace Writing
- Identify the techniques for revising, editing, and proofreading written communications for the workplace.
- Apply appropriate grammar and word choice for clear, effective workplace writing.
- Identify the tools, methods, or techniques for delivering written messages to audiences in the workplace.
The Communication Environment
- Demonstrate the ability to write effective traditional workplace communications, such as memoranda and letters.
- Demonstrate the ability to effectively adapt messages for various workplace audiences.
- Identify techniques for delivering negative messages in the workplace.
Writing Electronic Workplace Communication
- Demonstrate the ability to write effective, persuasive workplace messages.
- Demonstrate the ability to write effective and appropriate electronic workplace communications, such as e-mails, instant messages, blogs, and so on.
Successful Writing for the Job Seeker
- Identify the major design characteristics of effective resumes.
- Identify important characteristics of effective cover and follow-up letters.
- Describe methods for gathering and analyzing data information for use in a formal report.
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