Monday, 7 January 2019

Level 5 Business Documents


You are going to be in board meetings wherever you work. You will need to understand the relevance of business documents as well as take an active  part in the chain of composing those business documents for business meetings.

Title                                         Business Documents
Guidelines:
Candidates should compile a range of business documents including a business letter, memorandum, notice of meeting, agenda, minutes, CV  and letter of application.
Evidence of drafting and redrafting should be attached to finished pieces.
At least one item should be handwritten.


Writing a Formal Business Letter
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How to Write a Business Memo (memorandum )





How to Write Meeting Minutes







Useful CV and letter of application Video Tutorials
The CV videos are of Mairead Fleming, the Director of Brightwater Recruitment on TV3's Ireland AM.

How to Write a CV





Advice for running Effective Meetings

Effective Meetings in Plain English




Conflicts in Meetings
Occasionally, badly organised meetings can seem like some of the people involved really belong in a mental asylum as noone is often, noone is listening to each other. Meetings can often have heated exchanges.

When in a meeting you need to consider:
How do you think this meeting was handled?
What repercussions do you think will happen as a result of this meeting?
Was the conflict resolved?
Where do you think the problem was?



Every Meeting Ever




Personal Writing
As well as a great plot, good creative writing involves planning, drafting and redrafting and editing
Think about the story to your favourite movie or book. 
Do you think there was much planning involved or did the writers and scriptwriters just type away?
Do you think the actors would have had much say in the script? 
Did the director interpret the script or film it word for word? 
Do you think a writer consults anyone when crafting their ideas? 
Why do you think book editors exist? 


How to Write a Great Short Story - The 8-Point Story Arc



Drafting the Idea

The process of writing involves a lot of planning, drafts, editing and rewrites. You can see in this videoclip gow J.K. Rowling created the world of Harry Potter through drafts, rewrites, and drawings of the characters before the public got the book that reached millions.


Brainstorm and Mindmapping The Idea


Here is a video of mind mapping you might find useful for coming up with ideas for your story. Mind maps are a useful reminder and reference point to the writer. They are useful because you don't have to retain all that information in your brain when you decide to write your story. Include your mindmap with your assignment along with various drafts.

Youtube Video How To Mindmap

What is the story going to be about and what outcomes do you want? 
Where will it be located?
Who are the characters?
When did it happen (presentm past or future)
How will you write the dialogue?
Why are you writing it?
Also consider:
The beginning, middle and  end
What conflict and resolution will there be?
What style will you write in?



Editing
The last time you may have looked at grammar could have been in secondary school. As we grow older, it is easier to pick up bad writing habits, particuarly if we don't write that often. 
Look for:
1-Spelling mistakes
2-Correct use of grammar like commas and inverted commas "..."
3-Structured paragraphs


What are the employment prospects of someone with bad writing skills? 
Your writing is communicated to fellow employees, management or customers in your workplace, If there are alot of spelling mistakes or longwinded sentences that have no clarity, what does that say about you representing a company? 
What does it say about the company?

 
As well as a great plot, good creative writing involves planning, drafting and redrafting and editing
Think about the story to your favourite movie or book. 
Do you think there was much planning involved or did the writers and scriptwriters just type away?
Do you think the actors would have had much say in the script? 
Did the director interpret the script or film it word for word? 
Do you think a writer consults anyone when crafting their ideas? 
Why do you think book editors exist? 



How to write a film review



This is a good link on how to write a movie review
https://essaybasics.com/blog/how-to-write-a-movie-review-guide/


How To Make Great Movie Review Essay






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