Lifetime Encyclopedia Letters

By: Harold E. Meyer

Price: $25.00

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Book Condition: Used: Like New

Previous owner's name is written on first endpaper.Here's a remarkable sourcebook that places at your fingertips 236 tested model letters, virtually every work related letter you'll ever need; to parents, students, faculty, and community leaders. Each letter is ideal for its particular purpose and each is ready to use at once or quickly adapt, saving you hours of valuable time and effort. You will find letters covering every conceivable aspect of your job, everything from recommending a student to responding to criticism, from expressing appreciation or sympathy to replying to a request. Applying for a position. Opposing a decision or making a complaint. For ease of use, all 236 letters are conveniently organized into 10 fast access sections: Effective recommendations: 20 recommendation letters (positive and negative) for school and college entrance, awards, special programs, jobs, and more. Dealing with illness and death: 22 letters of sympathy, condolence, and understanding for everything from the illness of a teacher to the death of a student's parent Dealing with student behavior: 21 letters addressing good and bad student behavior, covering various infractions, warnings, suspension, and expulsion. Meaningful evaluations: 22 positive and negative evaluations of students, teachers, administrators, programs, events, schools, texts and learning materials. Writing for the community: 21 letters supporting or opposing proposed legislation, policies, or decisions; responding to criticism; replying to invitations.

Title: Lifetime Encyclopedia Letters

Author Name: Harold E. Meyer

Categories: Self Help,

Publisher: Prentice Hall: 1982-10-20

ISBN: 0135363837

ISBN 13: 9780135363836

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used: Like New

Jacket Condition: Like New

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: g3-4-910

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