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Subject:Writing Samples From:Jean Ann Harrison <harrison -at- SOFTBRIDGE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 29 Dec 1998 11:24:57 -0500
I've gotten some great advice, thanks again.
I do have some writing samples as I do write procedures in my current
position of technical support. These writing samples involve one simple
paragraph to several pages of documenting various ways to use my company's
product. I've also written procedures on how to do something in a sport
that I am very active. These procedures involve explanation of how to
position your body in various positions with appropriate timing. I haven't
included these particular writings as they do not involve anything within
the technology field. However, I have considered including them in my
portfolio as these samples are very technical. Explanations of physical
movement and timing of those movements have to be precise in order for
readers to understand and replicate on their own. By the way, the sport
is figure skating. The question I have, do I include these writings in my