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In today’s English class, we will be learning about Writing
As a student, it is common for you to write everyday. However when writing, what are those things you usually watch out for, and what are the things expected of you? Let’s find out about these things together!
Writing In English
Writing is the practice of combining words to form clear thoughts. Great writing goes a step further; it involves using clear and convincing language to pass ideas that deeply inform or inspire. When writing, grammar, punctuation, word choice, tone, and even proofreading your work play a role in how effective your writing is.
We can also say writing is the process of marking down words to communicate thoughts and ideas. Writing can take many forms, including essays, reports and poetry.
Just as we have processes involved in everything, writing has also got some processes.
The steps of the writing process are brainstorming, preparing to write, writing your first draft, editing and revising, proofreading your final draft, and publishing your finished work.
Good writing is the key to communicating effectively. When you write with good vocabulary and clear phrasing, your ideas are more likely to be accepted with others.
Some common grammar mistakes are incorrect subject-verb agreement, incomplete sentences, missing commas, apostrophe misuse, misplaced modifiers, and incorrect word usage.
In summary, not including punctuations when writing in English or ignoring the rules in writing makes your work uninteresting.
Before writing, what are those things you are expected to take note of? List them.
Read any favorite story of yours and explain whether or not the writer followed the rules in writing a book.
- Give two definitions of writing.
- Write a short story about your favorite place in the world.
We hope you enjoyed today’s class. In our next class, we will be learning about Words And Opposite.
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