Business Letter format and reference

Differences Between a Business Letter and a
Friendly Letter:
1. The Heading: In a friendly letter, you
would normally just write the date in the upper right
hand corner. However, in a business letter, you need
to put your
address followed by the date. This can be placed at
the upper right hand corner, or aligned on the left
margin of the page.
2. The Inside Address: This is not put in a
friendly letter, but in a business letter you also put
the entire address of the recipient, along with the
name of the person you are addressing if possible,
and their title.
3. The Salutation: In a business letter, you need to
follow the salutation with a colon, not a comma.
4. The Body: Use formal language and be
straight and to the point. Make sure you put all the
details that are important to your communication.
5. The Closing: Usually a formal “Sincerely,” and then
a space and your name typed below. The space
should allow room for a handwritten signature.

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Writing Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes should be specific to what a student will know and be able to do as the result of a lesson.

Learning Outcomes

Poor
0 pts
Fair
1 pts
Good
2 pts
Performance
1 pts

What a learner is expected to be able to do and/or produce.
Poor
The outcome does not state what the learner is expected to do.
Fair
The outcome does state what the learner should do but it is vague (covert).
Good
The outcome clearly describes specifically what the learner should be able to do and bloom’s taxonomy level is easily identifiable.
Condition
1 pts

Describes the important setting or tools they will or will not have to perform the learning. Example: Given an article on bloom’s taxonomy, the student will be able to…. or Without the use of the periodic table, students will be able to…..
Poor
The outcome does not describe the condidtion for which the learning is to take place.
Fair
The outcome states the condition but it appears unclear in relationship to the performance.
Good
The outcome clearly states the condition for which students will rely to complete the expected performance.
Measurable
1 pts

Is the outcomewritten in such a way that the performance can be measured.
Poor
The outcome is not written to determine how the student performance can be measured.
Fair
Good
The outcome leads to the ability to place a criteria on the student performance.

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