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Assigning revision memos Pamela Flash When student writers are asked to reflect on their revisions-in-progress, they are more likely to make thoughtful choices and instructors are less likely to find themselves taking time to suggest revisions that students are already planning to make.
Revision memos can be required between drafts, when students are turning a 2nd draft in to instructors for comments, or they can accompany final drafts. Revision memo assignment Attach a revision memo to your second draft.
I won't read the drafts until I get one. A summary of the comments and suggestions your peers made about your first draft A description of what you changed in moving from the first draft to the second draft A list of changes you know that you need to make in your final draft, but haven't made yet A brief list of points you would like me to be looking at and specific questions and concerns you have regarding this draft Revision memo sample Below is a sample revision memo, written by a student: EngC May 2, Topic: I'm arguing in defense of the Hmong practice of animal sacrifice for medicinal reasons Audience: An open letter to Norm Colman, the mayor of St.
Paul, to be printed in the Pioneer Press Summarize the feedback you've received from your peer group: My group was interested in this topic they had never heard about this practice or the recent reports about it.
All three peers agreed that I went too much into the history interview with my father part of these practices and was relying too much on one source. Also, John felt that I need to present this more as defense of a policy claim rather than value, what I have.
He told me that I am expecting emotional response from the reader rather than using reason to show the hypocritical policy. Also, Luke suggested that I change the location of my claim - move it later in the draft I have it in the first paragraph. Sandra agreed, and suggested that I start with a description of the ceremony and then give the policy that shut the butcher shop down.
I tried to change the claim to one that talked about how the inspections policy should be changed, but now I'm not sure where to put the interview information I got from my father. I also went into more detail with some of the aspects of the ritual, so that Pioneer Press readers would understand how it worked.
I put my claim in the 6th paragraph, after the narrative part, but now my first paragraph looks a little weak to me. What I know I still need to work on: I know I need to focus more on the policy that I want the target audience to change and I need to address the mayor a little more directly about what his role could be in solving this cultural clash.
I need to consider his point of view too: Finally, I think I come on a little bit strongly about the way that the Hmong are in the US against their will—this might alienate some readers.
Is my lead strong enough? Have I taken most of the emotional appeal out? Does my claim "bite off more than I can chew"?Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. Which should you do in the revising stage of writing a memo? timberdesignmag.comt your main point timberdesignmag.com about your audience’s interest and knowledge level5/5(4).
UNIT 2: The Writing Process (Chapters 4,5,6) Business Communications Guffey 7th edition Chapters: 4 Planning Business Messages & 5 Organizing and Writing Business Messages & 6 Revising .
Nov 07, · Which should you do in the revising stage of writing a memo? A.) delete unnecessary information B.) Present your main point.
During the revising stage in the writing process, the author____? How do you write memos? More questions. Writing a sensitive memo to your boss.?
I write a check each month for child support and on the memo Status: Resolved. INTRODUCTION. Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to establish the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) as the primary means by which the Indian Health Service (IHS) obligates appropriations for sanitation facilities construction.
The stages of the writing process are prewriting, writing a draft, revising, editing & Proofreading, and Publishing.