Associate Program Material
Communication Styles Worksheet
You spent the past few days exploring the resources available to students at University of Phoenix, and you want to share what you learned with a friend who is interested in enrolling.
Write a 150- to 200-word e-mail to your friend summarizing the resources available to students.
Hey friend! I know you are interested in my school, so I wanted to give you an insight on all they have to offer. There’s quite a bit! The CWE, which stands for Center for Writing Excellence, is by far my favorite! It is offered to all students in the same place they take their class. It has guides for grammar and writing as well as avoiding plagiarism. As for the latter though, there’s also a plagiarism checker, just in case you’re not sure. There’s a program called Riverpoint Writer. That will actually take your information about a quote or reference and turn it into a properly structured citation. But the greatest savior to me is what’s call WritePoint. After I’m done with a paper, and before I turn it in, I can send it to WritePoint. It’s like having your own proofreader! WritePoint actually adds phrases to your paper to let you know what needs fixed or just what might sound a little better! Hope this helps! Good Luck.
You asked your facilitator to review your e-mail draft. She liked what you wrote and asked you to write a summary to post in the class forum for the other students to read.
Write a 150- to 200-word summary for your class of the resources available to students. Remember to write using an academic tone.
Hello Class! During the past week, I have learned about many of the resources that are available to all students of The University of Phoenix. I believe the CWE (Center for Writing Excellence) will be the most helpful during my studies here. After logging into your student website, you can find the CWE under the Library tab. There you will find guides to aid you...