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Transcript: Return Address Your Name Address 1 - House Number and Street 2 - City, State and Zip Code Phone Number Date Be sure to include the date on which the letter is written. Why is the date important on a business letter? Address of Recipient Address of Reciepient Who are you sending the letter to? Name of Contact OR Admissions Office Building Number, Street, Suite City, State Zip Code Salutation How do you begin a letter? Professional Salutations: Ms. Griggs: To whom it may concern: Dear Sir, Madam: Body Paragraph 1 Body Paragraph 1 Who are you? Why are you writing this letter? Why are we doing this project? Body Paragraph 2 Body Paragraph 2 Why did you choose this college? Why are you contacting them? The purpose of the letter! What do you want them to send? Complimentary Close Complimentary Close How do you end a letter? Professional Closes: Regards, Sincerely, Many Thanks, Signature Your Name Signature and Name Skip four lines and then type your name. Use the blank space to sign your name! Return Address Date Salutation
Transcript: Introduction Need to be friendly and firm, but not like a parent Respect is key Don't need to be BFFs Introduce all RAs of the building to residents Hang pictures Group Five: Student Safety RA vs.Resident Relationship Charlie Murphy Phoebe Pavletic Mitch Poltersdorf Grace Thomas Conclusion Why is this important? Business Letter Common sense training Residents are adults, should be treated as such RAs need to be present: schedule, accessibility, within reason of each floor "Office hours" between 4:00-11:00 pm On the weekends there should be a specific location for them Duties of an RA Student Safety is point of concern for the dorms RAs should be the first line of defense RAs are there for students' safety, thus they should be accessible
Transcript: Confusion/frustration Human's mind trying to figure out alien experiment Anaphora Pg.146 "it has eyes, recognizable eyes. They are enough like our eyes that it must see somewhat as we do. It has a mouth, four legs, can move bipedally, has grasping hands..." Experimentor Foreign Clueless/uncaring to feelings of experimentee Exercises its superiority over human Literary Devices When writing your business letter make sure not to be too wordy. The words you use must be easy to understand. If the words are too complex the reader won't want to read your letter. Mood and Atmosphere Mysterious- you never really know exactly what's going on Mazes Wrap up your ideas and be sure to restate your proposal. You have made it through the maze of writing a business letter. Now you know all the tips and tricks to write the letter. Examples: First, Who are you writing to? Second, What is the point you want to make? Third, Find pros and cons. Hard to tell who the Alien and human represent Hard to understand what is happening hard to picture what is happening while you read the story Hard to relate to Make sure others want to read it. Just because it's a business letter it can still grab the readers attention Use active verbs. Clarity, simplicity, and humanity are key to your letter. Response Could represent B.F. Skinner's experiments with rats Humans test animals Human is put in animals shoes Remember: Plan: Minimalistic- The story doesn't have any names, specific places or direct dialogue Human Writing to the administration proposing a new finals schedule Writing to your boss proposing why you deserve a raise http://www.c-span.org/Events/Senators-Hear-About-Small-Business-and-Jobs/10737436158/ Finally: Perspective of an animal/experimentee Italics By: Lauren Mize Body: Labially Definition: To use lips Emphasizes lack of communication Irony The Alien/"Human" Your body paragraphs should include your ideas on how to change the problem. Pros and Cons. Imagery Alien How To Write A Business Letter Tips: Neither person knows how to respond/lack of communication Ex. Pg.148 "Its face is very mobile, but if it speaks with its face I cannot understand it, that is too foreign a language "The dance i dance in dying" A horrible nonsense-dance like the motions of an imbecile Closing: Criticisms Introduction: Knobs Your introduction paragraph should include what you are proposing (idea). Tips: Frustrated- neither the alien nor the human is getting what they want out of the other person Symbols Vague
Transcript: Business letter The term “business letters” refers to any written communication that begins with a salutation, ends with a signature and whose contents are professional in nature. Application letter Inquiry letter An Order Letter is the one that is written by the person/company placing the request of purchase from another company. This letter comes into action only when a detailed study of the desired product has been done in the market and based on promised service, quality and price of the product, a decision for a purchase has been made. Acknowledgment letter sample of transmittal letter Acknowledgment letter is an official letter that is designed to acknowledge the receipt of payment, services of an entity or a corporation or a contribution or to cite some examples. example of an acknowledgment letter a document requesting information sent on behalf of an individual or an organization for their own respective purposes, which can be mutually beneficial to the recipient and the sender. An application letter is merely another name for a cover letter, the official business letter often included with a job application and/or resume and sent to a prospective employer. Although application letters are generally considered optional components of applying for a job, more and more frequently, employers are singling out those who actually take the time to write an application letter as their top picks. Here are a few components of a typical, successful application letter: Recommendation letter Transmittal letters are usually brief. The first paragraph describes what is being sent and the purpose for sending it. A longer transmittal letter may summarize key elements of the proposal in one or two sentences and provide the recipient with other useful information. A transmittal or cover letter accompanies a larger item, usually a document. The transmittal letter provides the recipient with a specific context in which to place the larger document and simultaneously gives the sender a permanent record of having sent the material. Transmittal letter Order letter also known as a letter of reference, reference letter or simply reference, is a document in which the writer assesses the qualities, characteristics, and capabilities of the person being recommended in terms of that individual's ability to perform a particular task or function.
Transcript: Business letters Brainstorm PBL BL Research PBL 1. Return address of the letter writer. 1600 Main Street Springfield, Kansas 12345 2. The date of the letter. This is usually typed in one of two ways: (Begin with the day, no comma) 15 January 2008 or (Begin with the month; use a comma) December 1, 2008 3. Complete name, title, and address of the recipient. Use "Mr." for a male recipient. If you do not know how a female recipient prefers to be addressed, it is best to use "Ms." Ms. Anna Brown, Chair Department of Linguistics Right State University 1415 University Drive Felicity, OH 45434 4. Salutation with a colon. Dear Ms. Brown: 5. Body of the letter. It is best to keep an initial business letter short. Business people are busy and do not have time to read long letters! In a one-page letter, you will usually only need three or four paragraphs, single spaced. Use a double space in between paragraphs. See examples that follow. The easiest way to write the body of the business letter is to use a prewritten business letter. 6. Closing. The most common closing is "Sincerely." Follow this with a comma. Skip four single lines after the closing and type your name. Sign your name in the space above your name. Sincerely, BL •Dateline: Three to six lines beneath the letterhead, flush left or right. The dateline contains the month , day, and year. •Recipient address: Three to six lines below the dateline, flush left. The recipient address is composed of: •Addressee’s courtesy title and full name •Addressee’s business title •Business name •Street address •City, state, and zip code •Greeting or salutation: One or two lines below the last line of the recipient’s address. If you use first names in person, you may do so in your salutation •Complimentary close: Two lines below the last line of the body of the letter, flush left or centered. All the following closes are appropriate in business letters when you don’t know the addressee: Yours truly, Very truly yours, Yours very truly, Sincerely, Yours sincerely, Sincerely yours Final notations: Two lines below your typed signature. For example, if you're sending copies of the letter to other people, you may type cc:, followed by the alphabetically listed names of those receiving the letter Results THANK YOU FOR WATCHING Double click to crop it if necessary doodles PBL Body: Starts one line below the greeting. The body of the letter contains whatever you have to say Notes Place your own picture behind this frame! details Assets BL Important Details
Transcript: Return Adress If your Email has a Letterhead, then skip with your name or email being on the recipent. If it doesn't have a letterhead, then Type your name, and email adress, and phone number optional. Date Type the date of your letter two to six lines below the letterhead. Three are standard. If there is no letterhead, type it where shown. Prefrence Line If the recipient requests information, such as a job reference or invoice number, type it on one or two lines, immediately below the Date (2). If you're replying to a letter, refer to it here. For example, Re: Job # 625-01 Re: Your letter dated 4/6/2001 Special Mailing Notations: Type in all uppercase characters, if appropriate. Which Include Special Delivery Certified Mail. Airmail Inside Address: Type the name and address of the person and/or company to whom you're sending the letter, three to eight lines below the last component you typed. Four lines are standard. If you type an Attention Line (7), skip the person's name here. Do the same on the envelope. On-Arrival Notations: Type in all uppercase characters, if you can. You might want to include a notation on private Sender, such as a resignation letter. Include the same on the envelope. Which Include.. (Personal) and (Confidental) Attention Type the name of the person to whom you're sending the letter. If you type the person's name in the Inside Address (6), skip this. Do the same on the envelope. Salutation: Type the recipient's name here. Type Mr. or Ms. [Last Name] to show respect, Some common Salutations are Ladies: Gentlemen: Dear Sir: Dear Sir or Madam: Dear [Full Name]: To Whom it May Concern: Subject Line: Type the List of your letter in all uppercase characters, either flush left or centered. Be concise on one line. If you type a Reference Line (3), consider if you really need this line. While it's not really necessary for most employment-related letters, examples are below. SUBJECT: RESIGNATION LETTER OF REFERENCE JOB INQUIRY Body: Type two spaces between sentences. Complimentary Close: What you type here, is your closing to your sender, as of examples like Respectfully yours (very formal) Sincerely (typical, less formal) Very truly yours (polite, neutral) Cordially yours (friendly, informal) Signature Block: Leave four blank lines after the Complimentary Close (11) to sign your name. Sign your name exactly as you type it below your signature. Examples are John Doe, Manager P. Smith Director, Technical Support R. T. Jones - Sr. Field Engineer Identification Initials: If someone typed the letter for you, he or she would typically include three of your initials in all uppercase characters, then two of his or hers in all lowercase characters. If you typed your own letter, just skip it since your name is already in the Signature Block (12). Examples are.. JAD/cm JAD:cm clm Enclosure Notation: This line tells the reader to look in the envelope for more. Type the singular for only one enclosure, plural for more. If you don't enclose anything, skip it. Stands for courtesy copies (formerly carbon copies). List the names of people to whom you distribute copies, in alphabetical order. If addresses would be useful to the recipient of the letter, include them. If you don't copy your letter to anyone, skip it. How many blank lines you add between lines that require more than one, depends on how much space is available on the page. Replace the text in brackets [ ] with the component indicated. Don't type the brackets. If you don't type one of the more formal don't leave space for them. For examcomponents,ple, if you don't type the Reference Line (3), Special Mailing Notations (4) and On-Arrival Notations (5), type the Inside Address (6) four lines below the Date (2). Try to keep your letters to one page. The same goes for margins.One and one-half inch (108 points) for short letters and one inch (72 points) for longer letters are standard. If there is a letterhead, its position determines the top margin on page 1. Thank You for watching :) Legend. By: Shyanne Furlong :) Business Letter ^__^ Created By : Shyanne Furlong :) TIPS :)
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