Tag: writing


FLC and MWA Florida Chapter have teamed up to create a unique opportunity for adult learners interested in creative writing. Mystery and suspense stories can be great motivators to get students excited about reading and writing. A good mystery can Read more…


When literacy is taught to adults, there is just as much focus on the reading as the writing aspect. Writing has been taught in two mediums in the past, the ability to write print as well as cursive. There is Read more…


What’s the difference between revising and editing a piece of writing?  Many people, including tutors and professionals, confuse the two. Revising is the process of expanding and clarifying what is written and should be done before the piece is edited.  Read more…


Many students are not comfortable when it comes to writing, but it is an essential skill that I feel is getting worse.  As teachers, we need to turn that around and help our students build a stronger foundation to writing, Read more…

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