Unit

Unit Topic

Formative/Summative Assessment

Standard

 

 

 

 

Unit 2

Introduction to Word Processing

Pre-assessment

 

 

Introduction to business correspondence

Envelope

Business Letterhead

Memo

News Release

Resume

Cover Letter

Outline

MLA Style Report

Works Cited Page

Table of Content

Tabs

Tables

Project handout

Peer assessment

Questionnaire

Case Group study

 

Quiz on letters

Quiz on tabs

Quiz on tables

Quiz on MLA Style

Quiz on Works Cited page

Research paper test

Online test

CDOS 2

CDOS 3A

CDOS 3B

 

 

ELA 4

MST 2

MST 5

 

 

 

 

 

Group 1 -- Personal letters

  • You will learn to type personal letter
  • You will gain experience centering a message on a page to make your work attractive.  Notice a comma is used after the salutation.
  • You will be introduced to the basic letter styles used for both personal and business correspondence.     
    • We will use the text book "Type Right" and begin on page 196-199
    • Note that the return address, the date and the complimentary closing all line up.
  • Letters are usually single spaced
Personal-business letter
  • This is a business letter written by a private individual.
    • The letter is used to handle a situation of  business nature
    • The salutation should say Dear Ms., Mr., Mrs., 
  • The business letter is addressed to a company or organization
  • The complimentary closing  should say:
    • Sincerely, Cordially or Very truly yours
  • Enclosures -- Tells the person who receives the letter that the sender has enclosed something in addition to the letter
    • We will use the text book "Type Right"  and begin on page 202-205 - exercises 2-4
    • We will use the text book "Type Right"  and begin on page 202-205 - exercises 2-4
 
Different types of letter
  • Modified block
  • Full block style
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