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Wickenburg Unified School District
Wickenburg High School
School Wide Writing Style Handbook
Denise Rogers-Thomason / CTE Business/Marketing
[email protected]
Sue Baker / English
[email protected]
Grade Level Participation: Certified Staff
Table of Contents
Memo
Format ..........................................................................................................................................................4
Instruction ....................................................................................................................................................5
Sample..........................................................................................................................................................6
Template Instruction ....................................................................................................................................7
Sample..........................................................................................................................................................8
Standards ......................................................................................................................................................9
Uses in the classroom.................................................................................................................................10
Business Letter
Format ........................................................................................................................................................12
Instruction ..................................................................................................................................................13
Sample........................................................................................................................................................14
Template Instruction ..................................................................................................................................15
Sample........................................................................................................................................................16
Standards ....................................................................................................................................................17
Uses in the classroom.................................................................................................................................18
Personal Business Letter
Format ........................................................................................................................................................20
Instruction ..................................................................................................................................................21
Sample........................................................................................................................................................22
Standards ....................................................................................................................................................23
Uses in the classroom.................................................................................................................................24
Cover Letter
Format ........................................................................................................................................................26
Instruction ..................................................................................................................................................27
Tips ............................................................................................................................................................29
Sample........................................................................................................................................................30
Standards ....................................................................................................................................................31
Uses in the classroom.................................................................................................................................32
Resume – Employment
Worksheet ..................................................................................................................................................34
Sample........................................................................................................................................................36
Standards ....................................................................................................................................................37
Uses in the classroom.................................................................................................................................38
Resume – Specialized
Worksheet ..................................................................................................................................................40
Sample........................................................................................................................................................42
Standards ....................................................................................................................................................43
Uses in the classroom.................................................................................................................................44
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Reports – APA
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Memorandums
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Learn to Format Memos
Memorandums (memo’s) are written messages used by individuals within an organization to communicate with
one another. They have often been described as “stripped down” letters because they omit certain letter parts.
Memos may be formatted in two styles – simplified and formal – but both formats use the same margins.
Top margin (TM): 2”
Side margins (SM): 1”
Bottom margin (BM) about 1”
To Set Margins:
Page Layout Tab
Margins Button
Custom Margin
Top = 2
Bottom = 1
Left = 1
Right = 1
OK
Font Size: 12 pt.
Font: Times New Roman
To Set Paragraph:
Home Tab
Paragraph
dialog launcher
Spacing
Before = 0
After = 0
Line Spacing = 0
OK
First part that is typed is the word MEMORANDUM (centered and in all caps on the first line); followed by a
Quadruple Space (QS=4 enters)
The second part to be typed is the heading (consists of four parts); double-space (DS=2 enters) between all
memo parts.
TO:
Tab twice to key name
FROM:
Tab once to key name
DATE:
Tab once to key date
SUBJECT:
Tab once to key subject (TYPED IN ALL CAPS)
The third part is the body – these are the paragraphs that make up the memo they all begin at the left margin
and are typed Single Spaced (SS=1 enter) with DS between paragraphs.
The fourth part is the reference/typist initials – this is where the typist types in their initials in lower case a DS
below the body of the memorandum. This is only done when the typist only typed the memo and did not write
it.
The fifth part is the attachment/enclosure notation – when a document is attached to the memo the word
“Attachment” is typed a DS below the typist initials or the body of the memorandum if typist initials are not
necessary. If an additional document is with the memo but is not physically attached then the words
“Enclosure” is typed a DS below the typist initials or the body of the memorandum if the typist initials are not
necessary.
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FORMAL MEMO INSTRUCTIONS
1. Set the top margin at 2”
2. Set the side margins at 1” (if necessary)
3. Center the word MEMO or MEMORANDUM on the first line in ALL CAPS.
4. Press Enter four times (QS).
5. Type the word TO: press tab twice, key the addressees name
6. Press Enter two times (DS).
7. Type the word FROM: press tab, key the writer’s name.
8. Press ENTER two times (DS).
9. Type the word DATE: press tab twice, key the date. (No abbreviations.)
10. Press ENTER two times (DS).
11. Type the word SUBJECT: press tab, key the subject (in all CAPS)
12. Press ENTER two times (DS).
13. Type the message. Single space (SS) the paragraph and double space (DS) between
them.
14. Press Enter two times (DS).
15. Type your initials in small letters at the left margin, if you are the typist and not the
writer.
16. Press Enter two times (DS) and type an Enclosure/Attachment notation if necessary.
17. Save the file as indicated by the instructor
18. Print
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2”
MEMORANDUM
2X
TO:
Sue Booth
FROM:
Tom Dunn addressee
DATE:
November 22, 2003
SUBJECT:
JOINT MEETING
}
2X
Heading
2X
2X
Body I have enclosed a copy of the rough draft of the program for the next joint meeting of our clubs,
1”
which we discussed on the telephone last week. Notice, Sue, that I have moved the date from
February 10 to March 6 because of a conflict with a basketball game at our school. 2X
1”
Please talk over the events planned with your officials and make any changes you like. Then call
me at the school before the end of the week so that I can get my members working on the details.
xx typist initials (if needed) 2X
Enclosure (if required)
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2X
Create a Memo from a Microsoft Template
Click the office button in the top left hand corner
New
Memo’s
Recommended Designs
• Memo (Professional Design)
• Memo (Contemporary Design)
• Memo (Elegant Design)
• Memo Blue Sky
• Red Sky
• Memo (Simple Design)
• Memo Blue Sidebar
• Memo Black Line
Download
You will either need to highlight and replace text that already exist or click into a box and type in
the text that you want to appear in an area. See the next page for a sample..
Save as Indicated by the Instructor
Print
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Company Name Here
Memo
Delete this line
it for instruction
purposes only
To:
[Click here and type name]
From:
[Click here and type name]
CC:
[Click here and type name]
Date:
5/27/2011
Re:
[Click here and type subject]
Replace text
with a Business
Name or Group
Name
}
Replace text by
clicking in each
area
How to Use This Memo Template
Select text you would like to replace, and type your memo. Use styles such as Heading 1-3 and
Body Text in the Style control on the Formatting toolbar. To save changes to this template for
future use, choose Save As from the File menu. In the Save As Type box, choose Document
Template. Next time you want to use it, choose New from the File menu, and then double-click
your template.
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MEMO AZ Standards
Writing Standards (Format)
W9-12: S1-C5-PO1/2
W10,11: S3-C3-PO1
W9-12: S2-C2-PO1
Marketing Standards
5.4
7.1
10.1
15.3
15.4
Business Management & Administrative Services Standards
5.5
7.1
17.2
17.3
Technology Standards
Strand 1 Concept 4 HS PO2
Strand 6 Concept 1 HS PO3
Workplace Standards
1WP-P6 PO1
1WP-P6 PO2
1WP-P6 PO3
1WP-P6 PO4
1WP-P10 PO 2
1 WP-P10 PO3
(W: Writing Standard; 9-12: Grade levels; S:Strand; C: Concept; PO: Performance Objective)
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How Do I Use This
Examples:
Short Stories:
Characters within the story write about conflicts
“Most Dangerous Games” the memo can be from one character to an
authority figure reporting a murder of a major character with three facts of
evidence presented in the memo.
Projects:
Students must write a memo introducing their project, teammates, and the role
each will have in the project
Summary
Take an event or topic and summarize with Who, What, Where and Why
Other Possible Uses:
Review for a test
Extra credit projects at any time
Grading:
KISS
Content and Format
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Business Letters
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Learn to Format A Business Letters
What is a Business Letter?
A business letter is one that is sent from one business to another business or company.
A Business Letter can be formatted in a variety of styles, we are going to look at the Block style with closed
punctuation.
Top margin (TM): 2”
Side margins (SM): 1”
Bottom margin (BM) about 1”
To Set Margins:
Page Layout Tab
Margins Button
Custom Margin
Top = 2
Bottom = 1
Left = 1
Right = 1
OK
Font Size: 12 pt.
Font: Times New Roman
To Set Paragraph:
Home Tab
Paragraph
dialog launcher
Spacing
Before = 0
After = 0
Line Spacing = 0
OK
First part is called the heading/header which consists of the senders address and the date the letter is being
sent. This is designed in the 2” header area of the paper.
The second part is called the opening which consists of the name and address of the person you are sending it
to; this may also consists of a business name or the person’s position.
The third part is the salutation, or greeting: Dear or To Whom It May Concern
The fourth part is the body– these are the paragraphs that make up the letter they all begin at the left margin
and are typed Single Spaced (SS=1 enter) with DS between paragraphs.
The fifth part is the complimentary closing – Sincerely, Cordially, Best Regards then space for your written
signature followed by your typed name.
Optional Parts
The sixth part is the reference/typist initials – this is where the typist types in their initials in lower case a DS
below the body of the letter. This is only done when the typist only typed the letter and did not write it.
The seventh part is the attachment/enclosure notation – when a document is attached to the letter the word
“Attachment” is typed a DS below the typist initials or the complimentary closing when the typist initials are
not necessary. If an additional document is with the letter but is not physically attached then the words
“Enclosure” is typed a DS below the typist initials or the complimentary closing if the typist initials are not
necessary.
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FORMAL BUSINESS LETTER INSTRUCTIONS
1. Set the top margin at 2”
2. Set the side margins at 1” (if necessary)
3. Make sure your font is set to Times New Roman – if not change it
4. Make sure your paragraph is set to single space and 0 spacing before and after the
paragraph – if not change it
5. Type the heading in the header (the senders address)
• Design to your specifications must include
i. Business name
ii. Address
iii. Phone number
iv. Fax number or email address
6. Type the date on the first or second line below the header
7. Press Enter four times (QS)
8. Type the opening against the left margin (the address of the person you are sending it to)
9. Press Enter two times (DS).
10. Type the salutation with a colon against the left margin.
11. Press ENTER two times (DS).
12. Type the message/body of the letter. Single space (SS) the paragraph and double space
(DS) between them.
13. Press Enter two times (DS).
14. Type the first part of the complimentary closing
15. Press Enter four times (QS)
16. Type the second part of the complimentary closing (your name)
17. Type Enclosure or Attachment when necessary
18. Save the file as indicated by the instructor
19. Print
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2”
WICKENBURG HIGH SCHOOL
1090 SOUTH VULTURE MINE ROAD
•
WICKENBURG, AZ
(928) 684-6600
•
(928) 684-6628 FAX
www.wickenburgschools.org
November 20, 1983
Business Letter with
closed punctuation
4X (QS) Heading
Mr. Larry L. Donnelly
Managing Editor, World Events
26 West 20 Street
Philadelphia, PA 80003 2X (DS)
85390
Opening
Dear Mr. Donnelly: 2X(DS) Salutation
In the last issue of world events, you invited your readers to send in suggestions concerning old
features that they would like to see fade away and new features that they would like included. As
one of your readers, I accept your invitation. 2X(DS)
Body
1”
I should like to suggest, first, that you discard the “late news” insert that you use as the opener of
each issue. By the time, the magazine reaches its users, most of us have already seen the items in
newspapers or heard them over the radio. I should also like to suggest that you eliminate your
section on predictions of events to come. I have kept score on your predictions, and your batting
average is too low for reliability. 2X(DS)
In the place of one or both of these features, I should like to suggest a kind of “Who’s Who”
section to give us descriptions of the diplomats in the news, with special attention to the correct
pronunciations of their names. Have you ever noticed how badly the radio announcers sometimes
mispronounce the names? 2X(DS)
Sincerely yours,
4X(QS)
Complimentary
Close
Put your
company
name
here
Irwin J. Burk, Chairman
WHS 2X(DS)
xx
Typist initials
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1”
Create a Business Letter from a Microsoft Template
Click the office button in the top left hand corner
New
Letterheads
Choose a design that is profession and includes the following:
• Place for Business Name
• Place for Business Logo (optional)
• Address
• Phone
• Fax
• E-Mail
Download
You will either need to highlight and replace text that already exist or click into a box and type in
the text that you want to appear in an area. See the next page for a sample..
Save as Indicated by the Instructor
Print
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INSERT LOGO OR COMPANY NAME HERE
Phone: 555.555.5555 Fax: 555.555.5555
555 Street Address City, State 55555
SUBHEAD GOES HERE
Begin your letter here.
Begin your letter here.
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Business Letters AZ Standards
Writing Standards (Format)
W9-12: S1-C5-PO1/2
W9-11: S3-C3-PO1
W9-12: S2-C2-PO1
Marketing Standards
5.4
7.1
10.1
15.3
15.4
Business Management & Administrative Services Standards
5.4
5.5
7.1
17.2
17.3
Technology Standards
Strand 6 Concept 1 HS PO3
Workplace Standards
1WP-P6 PO1
1WP-P6 PO2
1WP-P6 PO3
1WP-P6 PO4
1WP-P10 PO 2
1 WP-P10 PO3
(W: Writing Standard; 9-12: Grade levels; S:Strand; C: Concept; PO: Performance Objective)
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How Do I Use This
Examples:
From one place of Business to another about a given topic this would work well in
subject areas such as: Social Studies, English, and all Career and Technical Education
classes
Other Possible Uses:
Review for a test
Extra credit projects at any time
Grading:
KISS
Content and Format
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Personal Business Letter
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Learn to Format Personal Business Letters
What is a Personal Business Letter?
A personal-business letter is one that is sent from an individual to a business or company. Typically with a
complaint, suggestion, or thank you for a product or service.
A Personal Business Letter can be formatted in a variety of styles, we are going to look at the Block style with
closed punctuation.
Top margin (TM): 2”
Side margins (SM): 1”
Bottom margin (BM) about 1”
To Set Margins:
Page Layout Tab
Margins Button
Custom Margin
Top = 2
Bottom = 1
Left = 1
Right = 1
OK
Font Size: 12 pt.
Font: Times New Roman
To Set Paragraph:
Home Tab
Paragraph
dialog launcher
Spacing
Before = 0
After = 0
Line Spacing = 0
OK
First part is called the heading which consists of the senders address and the date the letter is being sent.
The second part is called the opening which consists of the name and address of the person you are sending it
to; this may also consists of a business name or the person’s position.
The third part is the salutation, or greeting: Dear or To Whom It May Concern
The fourth part is the body– these are the paragraphs that make up the letter they all begin at the left margin
and are typed Single Spaced (SS=1 enter) with DS between paragraphs.
The fifth part is the complimentary closing – Sincerely, Cordially, Best Regards then space for your written
signature followed by your typed name.
Optional Parts
The sixth part is the reference/typist initials – this is where the typist types in their initials in lower case a DS
below the body of the letter. This is only done when the typist only typed the letter and did not write it.
The seventh part is the attachment/enclosure notation – when a document is attached to the letter the word
“Attachment” is typed a DS below the typist initials or the complimentary closing when the typist initials are
not necessary. If an additional document is with the letter but is not physically attached then the words
“Enclosure” is typed a DS below the typist initials or the complimentary closing if the typist initials are not
necessary.
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FORMAL PERSONAL BUSINESS LETTER INSTRUCTIONS
1. Set the top margin at 2”
2. Set the side margins at 1” (if necessary)
3. Make sure your font is set to Times New Roman – if not change it
4. Make sure your paragraph is set to single space and 0 spacing before and after the
paragraph – if not change it
5. Type the heading against the left margin (the senders address)
6. Press Enter four times (QS).
7. Type the opening against the left margin (the address of the person you are sending it to)
8. Press Enter two times (DS).
9. Type the salutation with a colon against the left margin.
10. Press ENTER two times (DS).
11. Type the message/body of the letter. Single space (SS) the paragraph and double space
(DS) between them.
12. Press Enter two times (DS).
13. Type the first part of the complimentary closing
14. Press Enter four times (QS)
15. Type the second part of the complimentary closing (your name)
16. Type Enclosure or Attachment is necessary
17. Save the file as indicated by the instructor
18. Print
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2”
672 Greenwood Avenue
Yuma, AZ 85364
April 10, 200_ 4X(QS)
Mrs. Violet Logan
LaVista High School
2400 Highland Avenue
San Luis, AZ 85349 2X(DS)
Dear Mrs. Logan:
2X(DS)
Personal Business Letter
Block Style with
Closed Punctuation
Heading
Opening
Salutation
Last fall I was a student in an advanced course in typing that you taught at the high school on
Monday evenings, starting September 4. I received a grade of A for the course. 2X(DS)
1”
Body
Perhaps you will remember that you helped me get a typing job at the Mesa Clinic. I have been
working for two months now for Dr. Joel Weiss, and I enjoy my work a great deal. But I find
that I need more practice in typing medical terms and filling out forms for patients. 2X(DS)
Do you know where I can take a course in typing for medical office workers? I would be
grateful if you would send any brochures about such a course to my home. The address is at the
top of this letter. 2X(DS)
Sincerely yours,
4X(QS)
Complimentary
Closing
Nadine Hooper
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Personal Business Letters AZ Standards
Writing Standards (Format)
W9-12: S1-C5-PO1/2
W9-11: S3-C3-PO1
W9-12: S2-C2-PO1
Marketing Standards
5.4
7.1
10.1
15.3
15.4
Business Management & Administrative Services Standards
5.4
7.1
17.3
Technology Standards
Strand 6 Concept 1 HS PO3
Workplace Standards
1WP-P6 PO1
1WP-P6 PO2
1WP-P6 PO3
1WP-P6 PO4
1WP-P10 PO 2
1 WP-P10 PO3
(W: Writing Standard; 9-12: Grade levels; S:Strand; C: Concept; PO: Performance Objective)
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How Do I Use This
Examples:
Short Stories:
Characters within the story write about a situation
“Most Dangerous Games” the letter can be from a character in the story to
an attorney. The letter is to explain why they should (the character)
should not be charged with murder.
Thank a Presenter for giving a presentation
Summary
Take an event or topic and summarize with Who, What, Where and Why
Have students poise as a person from the past writing to another about events
going on
Have students write to a famous person about inventions, discoveries, or historical
events
Other Possible Uses:
Review for a test
Extra credit projects at any time
Grading:
KISS
Content and Format
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Cover Letters
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Learn to Format A Cover Letter
What is a Cover Letter?
A letter sent with, and explaining the contents of, another document or a parcel of goods. Typically with a job
application or resume.
Top margin (TM): 1”
Side margins (SM): 1”
Bottom margin (BM) about 1”
To Set Margins:
Page Layout Tab
Margins Button
Custom Margin
Top = 1
Bottom = 1
Left = 1
Right = 1
OK
Font Size: 12 pt.
Font: Times New Roman
To Set Paragraph:
Home Tab
Paragraph
dialog launcher
Spacing
Before = 0
After = 0
Line Spacing = 0
OK
First part is called the heading which consists of the senders name, address, phone number, and e-mail
address.
Second part - the date the letter is being sent.
The third part is called the opening which consists of the name and address of the person you are sending it
to; this may also consists of a business name or the person’s position.
The fourth part is the salutation, or greeting: Dear or To Whom It May Concern
The fifth part is the body– these are the paragraphs that make up the letter they all begin at the left margin and
are typed Single Spaced (SS=1 enter) with DS between paragraphs.
The sixth part is the complimentary closing – Sincerely, Cordially, Best Regards then space for your written
signature followed by your typed name.
The seventh part is the enclosure notation – when an additional document is with the letter but is not
physically attached then the words “Enclosure” is typed a DS below the complimentary closing. This is to
indicate that your resume or job application is with the letter
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COVER LETTER INSTRUCTIONS
1. Set the top margin at 1”
2. Set the side margins at 1” (if necessary)
3. Make sure your font is set to Times New Roman – if not change it
4. Make sure your paragraph is set to single space and 0 spacing before and after the
paragraph – if not change it
5. Type the heading centered on the page – make sure you make your name larger and
bolder than the rest of your information
OPTION:
Press Enter twice
Move your cursor up one place
Paragraph section of the Home Tab
The border button
Bottom border
Move cursor down one
Press Enter once
Skip step 6
6. Press Enter twice (DS).
7. Type the date in full against the left margin
8. Press Enter twice (DS)
9. Type the opening against the left margin (the address of the person you are sending it to)
10. Press Enter two times (DS).
11. Type the salutation with a colon against the left margin.
12. Press ENTER two times (DS).
13. Type the message/body of the letter. Single space (SS) the paragraph and double space
(DS) between them.
14. Press Enter two times (DS).
15. Type the first part of the complimentary closing
16. Press Enter four times (QS)
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17. Type the second part of the complimentary closing (your name)
18. Type Enclosure
19. Save the file as indicated by the instructor
20. Print
21. Sign your letter
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Cover Letter Tips
1. Keep it brief. Your cover letter shouldn’t be more than three or four short paragraphs.
2. Make it personal. Do not send a form letter. The cover letter should always be individually
typed and signed. A cover letter addressed to a specific person is always more
desirable, a telephone call can give you that information.
3. Create attention. The first paragraph should state why you are writing a letter and identify
the specific position you are interested in. You can also mention how you
heard of the job opening – especially if it means including the name of
someone that already works there or who has a good reputation with the place
of employment.
4. Establish your interest. In the second paragraph, explain why you are interested in the
position. If the job asks for certain skills, tell the employer how your education
or experience will fulfill his or her requirements. Pick your strongest
accomplishment and sell yourself. This might be your education work
experience, interests, or responsibilities. Remember this section of your letter
should be short, so don’t repeat all the information that is in your resume.
5. Ask for an interview. In the final paragraph, summarize your interests in the position by
expressing interest in meeting to discuss the job. Ask for an interview. Make
sure you let the employer know when you are available and supply a telephone
number where you can be reached.
6. Personally sign your letter. Don’t forget
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1”
Teresa A. Teasdale
310 Royal Oak Ct.
Daytona Beach, FL 32017-1157
(123) 136-7289
[email protected]
Heading
May 10, 2004
Ms. Jenna St. John
Personnel Director
Regency Insurance Company
4291 Imperial Dr.
Daytona Beach, FL 32017-3856
Dear Ms. St. John:
Opening
Salutation
Ms. Anna Cruz, my information processing instructor, informed me of the secretarial position
with your company that will be available June 15. She speaks very highly of your organization.
After learning more about the position, I am confident that I am qualified and would like to be
considered for the position.
1”
Currently I am completing my senior year at Jefferson High School. All of my elective courses
have been in the information processing area. I have completed the advanced course in
document formatting, the database and spreadsheet applications course, and the business
procedures course. I have been able to apply what I learned in these courses at Fischer Studio,
where I have worked as a studio assistant for almost two years.
My work experience and school activities have given me the opportunity to work with people to
achieve group goals. Participating in FBLA has given me an appreciation of the business world.
The opportunity to interview with you to discuss the possibility of employment will be greatly
appreciated. Please call me at 136-7289 to arrange an interview.
Sincerely,
Complimentary
Closing
Ms. Teresa A. Teasdale
Enclosure
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Body
1”
Cover Letter AZ Standards
Writing Standards (Format)
W11-12: S3-C3-PO1
Marketing Standards
2.3
Business Management & Administrative Services Standards
2.3
7.1
17.3
Technology Standards
Strand 6 Concept 1 HS PO3
Workplace Standards
1WP-P6 PO1
1WP-P6 PO2
1WP-P6 PO3
1WP-P6 PO4
1WP-P10 PO 2
1 WP-P10 PO3
5WP-P2 PO1
(W: Writing Standard; 9-12: Grade levels; S:Strand; C: Concept; PO: Performance Objective)
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How Do I Use This
Examples:
To include in a Portfolio
For a Mock Interview
To go with a Job Application
Grading:
KISS
Content and Format
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Resume – Employment
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Resume Worksheet
Name: __________________________________
Street Address: ________________________________
City, State Zip: ___________________________________
Phone: ______________________________
e-mail: ________________________________
Objective:
Education:
Name of School
GPA: _____
CTE Courses:
City, State
Graduated: (date)
Honors Courses
Skills/Abilities:
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Clubs/Organizations
Sports
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Awards
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Experience:
Title____________________________________
Place of Employment _________________________
Date _____________




Title____________________________________
Place of Employment _________________________

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
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References: Available upon request
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Date _____________
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Resume AZ Standards
Writing Standards (Format)
W11-12: S3-C3-PO1
Marketing Standards
2.3
12.2
Business Management & Administrative Services Standards
2.3
Technology Standards
Workplace Standards
5WP-P2 PO1
(W: Writing Standard; 9-12: Grade levels; S:Strand; C: Concept; PO: Performance Objective)
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How Do I Use This
Examples:
To include in a Portfolio
For a Mock Interview
To go with a Job Application
Grading:
KISS
Content and Format
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Resume – Specialized
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Resume Worksheet
Name: __________________________________
Street Address: ________________________________
City, State Zip: ___________________________________
Phone: ______________________________
e-mail: ________________________________
Objective:
Education:
Name of School
GPA: _____
CTE Courses:
City, State
Graduated: (date)
Honors Courses
Skills/Abilities:
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Clubs/Organizations
Sports
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Experience:
Title____________________________________
Place of Employment _________________________
Date _____________
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Place of Employment _________________________
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References: Available upon request
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Date _____________
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Resume AZ Standards
Writing Standards (Format)
W11-12: S3-C3-PO1
Marketing Standards
2.3
12.2
Business Management & Administrative Services Standards
2.3
Technology Standards
Workplace Standards
5WP-P2 PO1
(W: Writing Standard; 9-12: Grade levels; S:Strand; C: Concept; PO: Performance Objective)
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How Do I Use This
Examples:
College Applications
Scholarship Application
Unique Jobs
Theatre
Culinary
Military
Grading:
KISS
Content and Format
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