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Writing
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Question:

Why are avid readers often great writers?

Laurie B.
Answer:

The writing of the past informs writers today, showing them the importance of utilizing writing techniques, not simply putting ideas on a page.

English
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Question:

Why is the emphasis on English being downplayed in most educational institutions today, and how does this effect the students who are graduating?

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Answer:

The focus has been primarily on maintaining a high number of graduates, regardless of their mastery of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation. As a result, many high school graduates are not prepared to present themselves intelligently as they seek employment or apply to colleges.

Communication
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Question:

How has communication without and with technology affected the way the last several generations have communicated with regard to style and business methods?

Laurie B.
Answer:

Without technology, difficulties of communication helped to create the old-school, corporate style and business methods of the late 19th century. The opposite is true today, as seen in employee-friendly companies run by young, tech savvy women and men.

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