Teaching Business Writing and Employment


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Give your students a richer learning experience when teaching employment as part of your business writing course. This presentation describes how you can easily obtain the latest research, cutting-edge articles, materials you can use for classroom visuals, videos, PowerPoints, and a host of other useful materials.

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Teaching Business Writing and Employment

  1. 1. Teaching Business Communication and Employment
  2. 2. Welcome to this brief presentation where you’ll learn about some of the most useful and interesting business writing materials available today.
  3. 3. Many of these materials can be downloaded and used in your classes tomorrow. Click the link accompanying each image to get more information about what is being described.
  4. 4. When you teach employment topics in your business communication course, consult the ONLY online magazine that regularly publishes information that you can use in your classes tomorrow: Teaching Business Communication and Employment For a preview of the types of articles that appear in this publication, review the following slides. Click on the blue underlined title at the top or to the right-hand side of the image to see the original article.
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  6. 6. 12 of the Coolest Most Creative Resumes We’ve Seen
  7. 7. Eight Questions You Should Ask Your Interviewer to Prove How Smart You Are
  8. 8. Five Ways Job Applicants Ruin Their Chances During a Job Interview
  9. 9. Seven Top Grammatical Errors and How to Avoid Them
  10. 10. How to Build Your Personal Brand on YouTube
  11. 11. Infographic Visual Resumes
  12. 12. Most Big Companies Have A Tracking System That Scans Resumes for Keywords
  13. 13. Stop Lying!—and Nine Other Mistakes You’re Making on LinkedIn
  14. 14. Seven Things You Can Do After A Really Bad Interview
  15. 15. How Job Seekers Are Using Mobile
  16. 16. Web Profiles Haunt Students
  17. 17. Business Communication Online Magazines
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  19. 19. Bovee & Thill’s Business Communication Blog Insights and commentary from the authors of the world’s leading business communication textbooks.
  20. 20. Business Communication Pictorial Gallery on Pinterest
  21. 21. Watch business communication videos on Bovee and Thill's Video Channel on YouTube 21
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  25. 25. Business Communication Headline News Stay on top of new technologies, important trends, and hot topics with Business Communication Headline News, a free service. Business Communication Headline News uses the newest Internet technologies to deliver late-breaking news in headlines with concise summaries. You can scan incoming items in a matter of seconds, then click through to read the full articles that interest you. Business Communication Headline News
  26. 26. Real-Time Updates, the only service of its kind that keeps students’ texts perpetually up to date.