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How do I write and punctuate the following sentence:

The message is to consists of their first and last name and their job title. For example,
Brandon Clanton, Title I paraprofessional or Brandon Clanton, Special Education Paraeducator.
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I would punctuate it like this (note 'consist'):



The message is to consist of their first and last name and their job title. For example,
"Brandon Clanton, Title I: paraprofessional" or "Brandon Clanton, Special Education Para-educator".

Or you can use emboldened text, instead of inverted commas:


The message is to consist of their first and last name and their job title. For example,
Brandon Clanton, Title I: paraprofessional or Brandon Clanton, Special Education Para-educator.


It is not necessary to put the surname in capital letters, if you do not wish to do so.

MrP
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"Bradon CLANTON, Special Education pareducator." ( Surname in capital letters)

another example:-

"Bradon CLANTON, chief research scientist, R&D dept, *** Enterprises."

( BTW, what is "paraeducator"??)
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