writing writing

| 0

writing writing

The self-study lessons in this section are written and organised according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR). There are different types of model texts, with writing tips and interactive exercises that practise the writing skills you need to do well in your studies, to get ahead at work and to communicate in English in your free time.
Here you can find activities to practise your writing skills. You can improve your writing by understanding model texts and how they’re structured.

Writing writing
“Writing” is the process of using symbols (letters of the alphabet, punctuation and spaces) to communicate thoughts and ideas in a readable form.
Generally, we write using a pen/pencil (handwriting) or a keyboard (typing). With a pen/pencil we usually write on a surface such as paper or whiteboard. A keyboard is normally attached to a typewriter, computer or mobile device. Voice recognition programs allow those who can’t see or use their hands to have their thoughts transcribed.

Writing writing
Shape up your sentences with the bestselling book by international writing expert Helen Sword.
Find out whether your writing is “flabby or fit” with the Writer’s Diet test. (Don’t like the diet and fitness metaphor? Now you can choose your own theme!)

Attend Teacher Certification Programmes run at WTE training centres or choose a Whole -School Transformation programme.
The anchor point of the Hunter Writing System is Writer’s Toolbox: the most advanced educational writing tool on the planet.

References:

http://www.englishclub.com/writing/what.htm
http://writersdiet.com/
http://www.writethatessay.org/
http://www.toppr.com/guides/english/writing/essay/