Written Communication

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• Choose a topic from your personal knowledge and experience. Remember that you must utilize
your first-hand experience to prove your authority to write on a topic. Purely generalized and/or
factual information is not acceptable.
• Capture your reader’s attention with an interesting introductory paragraph.
• Use specific examples from your personal experience.
• Use concrete or vivid words.
• Use complete sentences, varying your sentence length and structure.
• Use fully developed paragraphs, where each paragraph has only one main idea with enough
supporting details to develop that idea clearly and logically.

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    You didn't understand Bobpursley's and Ms. Sue's questions?

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    • Choose a topic from your personal knowledge and experience. Remember that you must utilize your first-hand experience to prove your authority to write on a topic. Purely generalized and/or factual information is not acceptable.
    • Write in your own words, from your perspective or point of view, using the pronoun “I.”
    • Use specific examples from your personal experience.

    Can someone help me choose a topic that's all I need i'm not asking for answers to anything just a topic

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