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  • 1. When’s the last time you wrote aletter? Have you ever wrote one?Why not? How do you think a personfeels after receiving a handwrittenletter? IN-CLASS JOURNAL ASSIGNMENT
  • 2. QUIZ
  • 3. 1. According to Glenn, thereare three basic steps toprepare for any oralpresentation you might do inyour career---name one ofthem.
  • 4. 2. For any speaking situation,you should develop anintroduction that does severalthings---name one thing itshould do.
  • 5. 3. According to the OWLresume presentation, thereare four reasons to have anobjective statement---nameone
  • 6. 4. According to the OWLresume presentation, thereare five questions yourobjective statement shouldanswer---name one.
  • 7. 1. According to Glenn, thereare three basic steps toprepare for any oralpresentation you might do inyour career---name one ofthem.
  • 8. • State your purpose• Identify your audience• Select and research your topic
  • 9. 2. For any speakingsituation, you should developan introduction that doesseveral things---name onething it should do.
  • 10. • Greets the audience and grabs their attention• Communicates your interest in them• Introduces your topic and main ideas• Shows that you have something worthwhile to say• Establishes an appropriate tone
  • 11. 3. According to the OWLresume presentation, thereare four reasons to have anobjective statement---nameone
  • 12. • Emphasize key qualifications, skills and/or goals• Help your readers find what they need to know quickly• Make a good first impression• Relate company goals to personal goals
  • 13. 4. According to the OWLresume presentation, thereare five questions yourobjective statement shouldanswer---name one.
  • 14. • What position(s) are you applying for?• What are your main qualifications?• What are your career goals?• What is your professional identity?• How can you help the company?
  • 15. • Finish the O.O.H Survey sheet if you haven’t• Write an objective statement for the resume that you will be sending to the company you found the ad for. TO BE DONE IN THE COMPUTER LAB
  • 16. • Read the essay by Garrison Keilor• Handwrite a 300-word letter to someone. Be sure to bring to class:1. An stamped, addressed envelope, with both the address of the person you’re sending it to and your return address2. Your letter should be inside, but don’t seal it HOMEWORK FOR 2/6/12