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My most helpful strategy that I would share with my classmates that has helped metremendously is to write out your thoughts and your rough draft on notebook paper. I advise todo this ²rst before typing your paper in a Word document. That way you can proofread yourwork, mark through any errors and correct them. I would also say don’t be afraid to ask forhelp. Use the resources around you, your professors and tutors are valuable resources there tohelp you succeed.Re: Unit 2 Discussionby Ti±any Bellamy - Tuesday, 24 November 2020, 5:14 PM
2. When you write, what is the di±erence between writing a paper and writing a discussion
post? How does the writing process di±er for these two types of assignments? Furthermore,what is the di±erence between writing an initial discussion post and a response to one of yourclassmates?
/References:College success. (2015). Minnesota Libraries Publishing.University of the People. (2018). Collaborative and peer to peer learning. University of thePeople. -learning/400 wordsPermalinkShow parentI've recently started to take down notes on the sources I've read before I start putting mypaper together. This is indeed a handy way to get your ideas organized and also helps withsummarizing your ideas in your paper. Using the sources available to you is also a handytip. I tend not to reach to others for assistance in writing a paper. Most of the time I wouldlook up so many sources not knowing if the source would be a good back up to my paperor provide any good information as well as understanding the wording of the source. Notbeing able to summarize a reading from a source can become a fruitless e±ort and endsup being a lengthy endeavor.

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