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Complete Sentences = Complete Thoughts
Complete Sentences = Complete Thoughts

Complete Sentences = Complete Thoughts

In her recent “The Marketing Minute,” Marcia Yudkin (marketing consultant, author, speaker) said:
On Sunday, for example, the headline “He Wants Subjects, Verbs and Objects” presented an interview with Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson, who disparaged PowerPoint-style communication in bullet points as lacking the clarity and specificity of complete thoughts. [Link for the interview: http://nytimes.com/2009/04/26/business/26corner.html?_r=1&em ]
Amen to that. (Or should I say “I say ‘amen’ to that!”.) We need more of it — complete, grammatically correct sentences — in society, and more of it in education.

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