BUSINESS LETTER WRITING. Part I. Learning Objectives Part II. The Letter Writing Process 1.0 Planning 2.0 Organizing 3.0 Drafting and Revising 4.0 Formatting (available in notes). OUTLINE OF TODAY’S LECTURE. To understand the nature of business letter writing as reader-centered.
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To learn how to deliver messages in business letters clearly, appropriately and persuasivelyLEARNING OBJECTIVES
To appreciate the role of tone, culture and persuasion in business letter writingLEARNING OBJECTIVES
Coherence refers to how ideas are pulled together logically to produce one whole piece of writing.3.0 Drafting and RevisingCoherence
within a paragraph
between two paragraphs
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In this connection, we would like to invite you to our Testimonial Dinner 2010 in
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Hotel on Orchard Link.3.0 Drafting and RevisingCoherence
sentences that a writer chooses in order
to generate a desired response from the
Tone refers to the unwritten or
unspoken message and voice that come
across in your communication.
Style produces a particular tone; tone requires a particular style.3.0 Drafting and RevisingStyle and Tone
While letters, emails and memos have different forms and functions, they follow the same fundamental principles of writing.
Letter writing demands both language and critical thinking skills.CONCLUSION