Anderson, Lee, Russon, Wentzell, Horach,
The Administrative Secretary: Resource
, Gregg Division McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1970.
An outstanding reference for the student and teacher. It contains a tremendous number of secretarial techniques and general office reference facts.
Business Writing Quick and Easy
, American Management Association, New York, 1981.
This book gives a simple process of writing and how to make the process work for each individual.
Effective Technical Communications
, Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill Book Company, l984.
This book includes numerous models of writings in technical language.
, Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., New York, 1982.
This book focuses on broad areas of grammar, sentence structure and mechanics, with an eye toward minimizing errors. It also presents various categories of business correspondence providing the reader with an overview of the styles and formats appropriate for each.
Basic Business Communication
, Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Illinois, 1979.
This book focuses on the shortcommings of student’s writings and seek to help students overcome them.
Luke, Cheryl and Swafford, Ann,
Communication skills for Word Processing
, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Publishers, New York, 1986.
This is a practical text-workbook and a reference book which will help students prepare to communicate in a modern office environment. It provides rules and concepts of mechanics as well as vocabulary enrichment. However, its main focus is the word processor.
Laque, Carol and Sherwood, Phyllis,
A Laboratory Approach to Writing
, Urbana, Illinois, NCTE, 1977.
The theme of this book is to offer teachers methods and theoretical base for experimenting with the teaching of writing in a laboratory classroom situation. The author offers strategies, models, and exercises for teachers and students that are a means of discovering by doing.
Murray, Donald A.,
A Writer Teaches Writing
, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1968.
This book gives teachers an effective method of teaching composition based on the experience of professional writers.
Poe, Roy W.,
Effective Business Reports,
McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1970.
This book shows many examples of letters and reports. It introduces principles and practical exercises to see whether they are actually understood by the reader.
Writing the Natural Way
, J. P. Tarcher, Inc., Los Angles, 1983.
This book helps to develop the ability to write creatively and confidently without using any particular form or fashion. It emphasizes the use of stages and Right-Brain techniques to release expressive powers.
Writing That Means Business
, MacMillan Publishing Company, New York, 1984.
This book is designed to help improve the writing of managers and managers-to-be. It also tells mangers how to target communication objectives.
Sherman, Theodore and Johnson, Simon,
Modern Technical Writing,
Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey, l983.
Section III of this book gives attention to letter form, letter substance, specific types of letters and how the general principles of letter writing can work in a variety of characteristic situations.
Stewart, Clark, Zimmer,
Business English and Communications,
Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984.
This is a textbook that educates and trains students in all phrases of communications. It also show the teacher how to help the students develop the ability to write effectively.
Writing With a Word Processor,
Harper and Row Publishers, 1983.
This book gives a personal account of the author using the word processor to write this book.