journal #6 - interest in the topic. Then I would tell them...

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I have always have had a hard time writing, but in the last six months my writing has defiantly improve, unfortunately I know I still have a long way to go, to be on a college writing level. I know once I come up with a topic I can easily come up with good supporting details, but for me to become a confident writer I need to practice my pronoun tense, and comma usage. It is hard for me to remember and use all of the grammar rules while writing, but the only way I’ll be able to improve my writing is writing more. The more experience I get will help me become a better writer. If I could give advice to someone about writing, I would tell them to first make sure they like the topic that they will be writing about, because the reader can see the writer express their
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Unformatted text preview: interest in the topic. Then I would tell them before they begin writing, create an outline to organize your thoughts and ideas. This will help them accomplish what their trying to say before they start writing. The last important step in the writing process that I would want them to follow is always take time after your done writing to revise; this is the most important type in developing a great paper. When you’re revising your own paper read it through first before you start making corrections. Like anything, it takes time to become a great writer, but be patent it will come....
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ENG English 10 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oglethorpe.

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