Archive for the ‘ Writing ’ Category

Tutoring Success Story by Luis F.

My interest in working as an academic tutor began after earning an A grade on the first expository essay I wrote as a college freshman. Over ten years later, I submitted an economic research report as a continuing education student. …

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Study Tip – Stop Procrastination in its Tracks

  Students, especially high school and college students excel in procrastination. They push of big papers until the very last minute, often pulling “all-nighters.” Sometimes they don’t even start their weekend homework assignments until 9 pm on Sunday night. Students …

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Literature is losing the battle against testing

Literature for only the few has dire consequences for all Posted on April 23, 2012 by Stacie Vos In her opinion piece in this past week’s The New York Times Sunday Review, teacher Claire Needell Hollander describes her reasoning for setting up a reading enrichment course …

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Punctuation Pauses

Please share these with family or friends or anyone you know who hasn’t realized the value of punctuation…. Getting the Punctuation Right An English professor wrote the words, “Woman without her man is nothing,” on the blackboard and directed the …

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