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Writing to INFORM
When informing remember toUse bullet points Fact and Opinion Make the information clear Try NOT to worry about stating the obvious…. sometimes this is harder than you think!
You don’t have to be an expert in your chosen field……But it helps to sound like one Make up some survey results, include some figures and numbers that gives your writing more credibility!
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3 x0 0 7/18/2015 Know Your Facts!. 4 x3 12 7/18/2015 Know Your Facts!
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LETS LOOK AT HOW THE NEWS IS MADE! WHY ARE NEWS SOURCES BIASED?
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