Sometimes inexperienced writers think the ability to write effectively is

 an inborn talent—that some people just have a knack for writing and

 others do not. However, strong writers did not acquire the ability to write

 well from genetics. They became effective writers from study, practice, and

 discipline. Just as athletes, carpenters, welders, hair stylists, and cooks

learn new techniques, strategies, and moves, so do writers. Writers must

study and practice to write well.

       This module is devised to provide learners with the needed writing tools and processes, and how to apply them to write a short paragraph.
Second year students of English
Key Words
Writing process, paragraph structure, drafting, editing, and proofreading 


Modifié le: Friday 14 February 2020, 17:36