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Tutor profile: Yvette N.

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Yvette N.
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Subject: Writing

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How do I engage the reader in my writing?

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Answer:

There a various ways to engage the reader when beginning a writing. Once you determine your audience, a strategy can be effectively implemented. For example, an anecdote (story) can be used to gain the engagement. Startling statistics prove to be popular as a writing hook. Lastly, you as the writer can simply ask a question to get the reader thinking and excited about your text at the very beginning.

Subject: Study Skills

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What is the recommended amount of time for studying?

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It is recommended that students should spend a minimum of 30 minutes per subject when it comes to studying.

Subject: English

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Why are context clues important?

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Context clues are important as they can help one determine word meaning if a resource is not readily available. Context clues allows the reader to use other words and phrases around the unidentified word meaning to determine its definition. The use of context clues is also advantageous when taking high-stakes assessments as well.

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