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Section 1: Drafting Definitions
L2: Parenthetical and Sentence
L3: Extended Definitions
Section 2: Drafting Descriptions
L5: Steps One and Two
L6: Steps Three and Four
Section 3: Describing a Process
L8: Subject and Audience /
Writing the Introduction
L9: The Body
L10: The Conclusion
Section 4: Revising for Coherence and
L12: Revising Sentences for
L13: Revising Sentences for
Section 5: Writing the Proposal
L15: External Proposals
L16: Structure of Proposals, 1
L17: Structure of Proposals, 2
Section 6: Drafting the Front and Back Matter
Note: Sections 6 and 7 both address The Formal Report, which is a substantial document; therefore, the two lessons should be worked on as one project.
L19: Front Matter, Letter of Transmittal
L20: Front Matter, Cover and Title Page
L21: Front Matter, The Abstract
L22: Front Matter, Table of Contents
and List of Illustrations
L23: Back Matter
Section 7: Writing the Formal Report
L25: Preparing Formal Reports, 1
L26: Preparing Formal Reports, 2
L27: The Body, 1
L28: The Body, 2
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