Make sure check attached power points for format. Every single inch and space will be graded based on the chapters. Follow the example letter.

PROMPT:
For your final project in the class, the correspondence project, you will be asked to create 1-3 scenarios that will set you up to write 2 positive messages, 2 negative messages, and 2 persuasive messages. For this week’s discussion post, I would like for you to describe the scenarios you will choose, and what correspondence pieces you select to satisfy that scenario. You can view the student examples in this week’s modules for examples of how other students created their scenarios. See the information below from the assignment prompt.
After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.

Correspondence Project: Writing Typical Business Messages

•    Project is 9-11 pages
•    Project should make manifest the lessons you’ve learned from the text and our discussions about positive, negative and persuasive messages

Assume that the business that you created for your Letter Proposal has been in operation for several years now. In the correspondence project you will consider different business situations that might occur in the running of your business, and you will create pieces of correspondence that will attend to those situations.

Your Task: After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.
For example: Let’s say you’re the owner of an organic yogurt shop, FroYo. On a certain day, one of your customers finds FroYo out of his favorite topping, coconut. If this is one scenario, you might write a Complaint letter (persuasive) as the customer complaining about the missing toppings. Then, you might write an Instruction Message (positive) to your employees giving them instructions on product ordering to avoid running out in the future.
To begin your correspondence project, you should write an informational memo to your instructor. Your memo should detail the scenario/s, and why you chose the particular pieces of correspondence. Also, you should not which aspects of the rhetorical situation are most active or important in each of the 6 pieces. Following the memo, you will write six typical business messages (positive, negative and persuasive).
6: [Positive Messages] Direct Request, Customer Response E-Mail, Instruction Message, Direct Claim, Customer Adjustment Letter, Thank You Letter for a Favor
7: [Negative Messages] Refusing Donation Request, Denying a Claim, Bad News Follow-Up Message, Refusing an Internal Request, Announcing Bad News to Employees.
8: [Persuasive and Sales Messages] Persuasive Favor Request, Claim (Complaint) Letter, Persuasive E-Mail and Memo Flowing Upward, Sales Letter.

Grading Standards
1.    Rhetorical Awareness—the degree to which the writer conveys the text’s purpose; the degree to which the writer uses appropriate tone, style, and content for a clearly intended audience.  This rhetorical awareness drives the content, format and mechanics.
1.    Content—the use of effective evidence to support the main points of the paper. This is all of the material you use to fulfill the text’s purpose.
2.     Format—the overall structure of the paper, including the appropriate format for the specific assignment. This is the visual design of the text. The visual design should make good use of graphic highlighting and other high-skim techniques.
3.    Mechanics/Readability—skills such as style, mechanics, sentence and paragraph coherence; the degree of ease with which the reader can understand the document.

PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT :)

Please send me the memo tomorrow by 4.(Wednesday) similar to example letter.
Make sure check attached power points for format. Every single inch and space will be graded based on the chapters. Follow the example letter.
PROMPT:
For your final project in the class, the correspondence project, you will be asked to create 1-3 scenarios that will set you up to write 2 positive messages, 2 negative messages, and 2 persuasive messages. For this week’s discussion post, I would like for you to describe the scenarios you will choose, and what correspondence pieces you select to satisfy that scenario. You can view the student examples in this week’s modules for examples of how other students created their scenarios. See the information below from the assignment prompt.
After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.

Correspondence Project: Writing Typical Business Messages

•    Project is 9-11 pages
•    Project should make manifest the lessons you’ve learned from the text and our discussions about positive, negative and persuasive messages

Assume that the business that you created for your Letter Proposal has been in operation for several years now. In the correspondence project you will consider different business situations that might occur in the running of your business, and you will create pieces of correspondence that will attend to those situations.

Your Task: After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.
For example: Let’s say you’re the owner of an organic yogurt shop, FroYo. On a certain day, one of your customers finds FroYo out of his favorite topping, coconut. If this is one scenario, you might write a Complaint letter (persuasive) as the customer complaining about the missing toppings. Then, you might write an Instruction Message (positive) to your employees giving them instructions on product ordering to avoid running out in the future.
To begin your correspondence project, you should write an informational memo to your instructor. Your memo should detail the scenario/s, and why you chose the particular pieces of correspondence. Also, you should not which aspects of the rhetorical situation are most active or important in each of the 6 pieces. Following the memo, you will write six typical business messages (positive, negative and persuasive).
6: [Positive Messages] Direct Request, Customer Response E-Mail, Instruction Message, Direct Claim, Customer Adjustment Letter, Thank You Letter for a Favor
7: [Negative Messages] Refusing Donation Request, Denying a Claim, Bad News Follow-Up Message, Refusing an Internal Request, Announcing Bad News to Employees.
8: [Persuasive and Sales Messages] Persuasive Favor Request, Claim (Complaint) Letter, Persuasive E-Mail and Memo Flowing Upward, Sales Letter.

Grading Standards
1.    Rhetorical Awareness—the degree to which the writer conveys the text’s purpose; the degree to which the writer uses appropriate tone, style, and content for a clearly intended audience.  This rhetorical awareness drives the content, format and mechanics.
1.    Content—the use of effective evidence to support the main points of the paper. This is all of the material you use to fulfill the text’s purpose.
2.     Format—the overall structure of the paper, including the appropriate format for the specific assignment. This is the visual design of the text. The visual design should make good use of graphic highlighting and other high-skim techniques.
3.    Mechanics/Readability—skills such as style, mechanics, sentence and paragraph coherence; the degree of ease with which the reader can understand the document.

Make sure check attached power points for format. Every single inch and space will be graded based on the chapters. Follow the example letter.

PROMPT:
For your final project in the class, the correspondence project, you will be asked to create 1-3 scenarios that will set you up to write 2 positive messages, 2 negative messages, and 2 persuasive messages. For this week’s discussion post, I would like for you to describe the scenarios you will choose, and what correspondence pieces you select to satisfy that scenario. You can view the student examples in this week’s modules for examples of how other students created their scenarios. See the information below from the assignment prompt.
After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.

Correspondence Project: Writing Typical Business Messages

•    Project is 9-11 pages
•    Project should make manifest the lessons you’ve learned from the text and our discussions about positive, negative and persuasive messages

Assume that the business that you created for your Letter Proposal has been in operation for several years now. In the correspondence project you will consider different business situations that might occur in the running of your business, and you will create pieces of correspondence that will attend to those situations.

Your Task: After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.
For example: Let’s say you’re the owner of an organic yogurt shop, FroYo. On a certain day, one of your customers finds FroYo out of his favorite topping, coconut. If this is one scenario, you might write a Complaint letter (persuasive) as the customer complaining about the missing toppings. Then, you might write an Instruction Message (positive) to your employees giving them instructions on product ordering to avoid running out in the future.
To begin your correspondence project, you should write an informational memo to your instructor. Your memo should detail the scenario/s, and why you chose the particular pieces of correspondence. Also, you should not which aspects of the rhetorical situation are most active or important in each of the 6 pieces. Following the memo, you will write six typical business messages (positive, negative and persuasive).
6: [Positive Messages] Direct Request, Customer Response E-Mail, Instruction Message, Direct Claim, Customer Adjustment Letter, Thank You Letter for a Favor
7: [Negative Messages] Refusing Donation Request, Denying a Claim, Bad News Follow-Up Message, Refusing an Internal Request, Announcing Bad News to Employees.
8: [Persuasive and Sales Messages] Persuasive Favor Request, Claim (Complaint) Letter, Persuasive E-Mail and Memo Flowing Upward, Sales Letter.

Grading Standards
1.    Rhetorical Awareness—the degree to which the writer conveys the text’s purpose; the degree to which the writer uses appropriate tone, style, and content for a clearly intended audience.  This rhetorical awareness drives the content, format and mechanics.
1.    Content—the use of effective evidence to support the main points of the paper. This is all of the material you use to fulfill the text’s purpose.
2.     Format—the overall structure of the paper, including the appropriate format for the specific assignment. This is the visual design of the text. The visual design should make good use of graphic highlighting and other high-skim techniques.
3.    Mechanics/Readability—skills such as style, mechanics, sentence and paragraph coherence; the degree of ease with which the reader can understand the document.

PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT :)

Please send me the memo tomorrow by 4.(Wednesday) similar to example letter.
Make sure check attached power points for format. Every single inch and space will be graded based on the chapters. Follow the example letter.
PROMPT:
For your final project in the class, the correspondence project, you will be asked to create 1-3 scenarios that will set you up to write 2 positive messages, 2 negative messages, and 2 persuasive messages. For this week’s discussion post, I would like for you to describe the scenarios you will choose, and what correspondence pieces you select to satisfy that scenario. You can view the student examples in this week’s modules for examples of how other students created their scenarios. See the information below from the assignment prompt.
After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.

Correspondence Project: Writing Typical Business Messages

•    Project is 9-11 pages
•    Project should make manifest the lessons you’ve learned from the text and our discussions about positive, negative and persuasive messages

Assume that the business that you created for your Letter Proposal has been in operation for several years now. In the correspondence project you will consider different business situations that might occur in the running of your business, and you will create pieces of correspondence that will attend to those situations.

Your Task: After reading chapters 6-8 (positive messages, negative messages, persuasive messages) review the messages explained in each chapter. Then, consider 1-2 scenarios that would allow you to utilize messages from these chapters to satisfy the situation you’ve considered. This project asks you to consider the rhetorical situation, and to become adept at writing within it. For instance, in one letter you may be writing as the boss of your company, while in another letter you may be writing as an upset customer. In one letter you might be writing to persuade a resistant audience to buy your product, while in another letter you might be writing to reveal bad news.
For example: Let’s say you’re the owner of an organic yogurt shop, FroYo. On a certain day, one of your customers finds FroYo out of his favorite topping, coconut. If this is one scenario, you might write a Complaint letter (persuasive) as the customer complaining about the missing toppings. Then, you might write an Instruction Message (positive) to your employees giving them instructions on product ordering to avoid running out in the future.
To begin your correspondence project, you should write an informational memo to your instructor. Your memo should detail the scenario/s, and why you chose the particular pieces of correspondence. Also, you should not which aspects of the rhetorical situation are most active or important in each of the 6 pieces. Following the memo, you will write six typical business messages (positive, negative and persuasive).
6: [Positive Messages] Direct Request, Customer Response E-Mail, Instruction Message, Direct Claim, Customer Adjustment Letter, Thank You Letter for a Favor
7: [Negative Messages] Refusing Donation Request, Denying a Claim, Bad News Follow-Up Message, Refusing an Internal Request, Announcing Bad News to Employees.
8: [Persuasive and Sales Messages] Persuasive Favor Request, Claim (Complaint) Letter, Persuasive E-Mail and Memo Flowing Upward, Sales Letter.

Grading Standards
1.    Rhetorical Awareness—the degree to which the writer conveys the text’s purpose; the degree to which the writer uses appropriate tone, style, and content for a clearly intended audience.  This rhetorical awareness drives the content, format and mechanics.
1.    Content—the use of effective evidence to support the main points of the paper. This is all of the material you use to fulfill the text’s purpose.
2.     Format—the overall structure of the paper, including the appropriate format for the specific assignment. This is the visual design of the text. The visual design should make good use of graphic highlighting and other high-skim techniques.
3.    Mechanics/Readability—skills such as style, mechanics, sentence and paragraph coherence; the degree of ease with which the reader can understand the document.