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text.make use of the first letters in each paragraph to spell REACH and their use of columns to organize theThe design of your document should mimic the board's document as much as possible. Notice how they

well you transform this document into one that is readable and understandable to the assigned audience.This is an exercise in your ability to adapt writing for a specific audience. You will be graded on how


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aged children.and cultural context from chapter 1 of the textbook, rewrite the article for an audience of middleschool-Then using principles of audience

http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/fdlicense/pdf/DSHSregphilosophy.pdf (opens in a separate browser window). Read the Regulatory Philosophy document at the Texas Department of State Health Services website:

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