Unit 4 exercise 1 guided reading

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1. An introduction that defines a problem, stresses its importance, and offers a brief description of the proposed solution. An analysis of the problem, discussing its causes and its effects. A detailed plan that shows step by step how to solve the problem. A costs benefits analysis that that measures the benefits of the plan against its costs. A conclusion that looks to the future and stresses the importance of taking action.

2. When someone wants to solve a problem or present new ideas they will be asked to write a proposal. A solicited proposal responds to the requests for proposals. Then there’s a grant proposal that are used by non-profit organizations and researchers to obtain funding for their projects. A person writing
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They offer the topic being discussed as well as professionalism to the report as a whole. Also provides information as to who or what the report belongs to.

22. Proofread, review, check for holes, get rid of nonessential information, pay attention to your paragraphs.

23. It is defined in the introduction. It is basically sexual objectification, standards based on attractiveness or sexiness, sexuality imposed on someone who does not want it, or a person's value coming from their sexual appeal or behavior. Yes I agree. Sex is everywhere. Sex sells! I'm sure everyone has experienced this at one time or another.

1. Global Revision- reexamines and adjusts the documents overall approach. Using genre to sharpen its angle, topic, purpose, thesis and appropriateness for the reader’s context.

2. Substantive Editing- pays attention to the document’s content, organization and design.

3. Copyediting- Focuses on revising the style for clarity, persuasion and consistency, paying close attention to paragraphs and sentences.

4. Proofreading- examines and revises surface features, such as grammatical correctness, spelling, and usage.
5. Level 1 – Revision, Level 2 – Substantive Editing, Level 3 – Copyediting, Level 4 – Proofreading

6. Global issues includes; topic, angle, purpose and thesis statement.

7. Expectations, values, attitudes, physical place, papers medium, social and political influences

8. By doing a substantive Editing process. Does your thesis