Our lesson this week is on cohesion. This connects with last week's lesson on clarity, and with our application exercise on writing business letters.
Now that we know how to write individual sentences with clarity, we can look into how "to design them to fit their context, to reflect a consistent point of view, [and] to emphasize our most important ideas" (Williams 45).
Chapter 2 of Williams's Style: Toward Clarity and Grace is our main reference in learning how to:
We will check for readable paragraphs by peer-editing each other's writing output (business letters) from last week. We will check for clarity of sentences, then read for cohesion of the sentences in paragraphs.
Classroom exercise 1:
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