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Handbook Letters

posted: 2.5.07 by Barclay Barrios

Have students review the material in the handbook on writing letters, then have them write a letter to the author of the handbook. After a brief introductory paragraph, the students should write about what they find useful in the handbook and what they wish the handbook had or how it could be improved. Review what the handbook has to say about tone and discuss how these letters should sound. Consider giving the finished product to your local textbook rep.

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Categories: Document Design, Handbooks
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