Generally, in the application test, briefing questions require only the main content, regardless of format. But it doesn't mean we don't have to learn how to write a briefing book. The specific verification part, which parts and content should be included, we must be exhaustive.
The name of the presentation is usually printed in large red font. If there is any special content and there is no need to issue another briefing, the words "Supplement" or "XX Special Issue" are indicated under the name or number of issues. The secret level is written in the upper left corner, and some also write the words "internal file" or "internal information, pay attention to save".
The period number can be written on the line below the name and enclosed in brackets.
The issue date is written on the right side parallel to the printing unit. Below it, separate the header from the nucleus with a horizontal line.
(In the application test, the header is not involved, everyone can understand it, don't focus on it, so it is not considered in the examples and exercises below.)
An audit, which is one or more articles published in a briefing. The presentation is written in a variety of ways, so its form is also more flexible. Most are messages, including titles, leads, subjects, results, and background material interspersed with the narrative. In addition to messages, there are other styles, so not every newsletter has these items.
The title of the briefing is similar to the title of the news.
The introduction usually summarizes the main theme or main content of the whole text with a concise sentence or paragraph, giving the reader a general impression. Leaders are written in a variety of ways, including questioning, concluding, descriptive, and narrative. The introduction generally needs to be clear about who (someone or unit), when, what (event), and how the result is.
The subject materializes the content of the lead with sufficient, typical, and persuasive materials.
Conclude or indicate the trend of things, or put forward hope and future plans. If the main body has made things clear, then there is no need to add a tail.
Background: The environmental conditions and historical conditions that affect people and events. The background can be interspersed in various parts.
Trailer: In the lower part of the last page of the briefing, separate the report core with a horizontal line. The left side of the horizontal line indicates the sending range, and the parallel right side indicates the number of printed copies. (This part is not covered in the application examination.
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