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Subject:Re: Help w/TW skills From:"Bernard A. McCann" <bi975 -at- FREENET -dot- CARLETON -dot- CA> Date:Tue, 30 Jan 1996 18:38:14 GMT
LynnDianne Beene (lbeene -at- unm -dot- edu) writes:
> In the fall semester I'll be teaching technical writing
> in a computer lab for the first time. The students will
> be mostly undergraduates wanting to become professional
> writers and editors. Their writing skills vary greatly,
> from some who are great writers to some who can't recognize
> a sentence fragment from a graphic. As professionals,
> what would you all say are the top skills I should push in
> this class?
> Any and all help will be *greatly*!! appreciated. Thanks!
> Lynn Beene email: lbeene -at- unm -dot- edu
> B & F Writers Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123
> Is it not, then, better to be ridiculous and friendly than clever and hostile?
AVAILABLE: Engineering Writer with 25 years of technical communication
experience, needs a teaching position - please e-mail. ;-)
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