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Michal H.
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Writing
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Question:

How can I improve as a writer?

Michal H.
Answer:

Writing is a developed skill, not an innate one. This means that the time you put into developing your writing can make as much--if not more--difference than having "natural born" ability. Writing is a process. The more you write, the better you will write.

Study Skills
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Question:

How can I avoid procrastinating those time consuming research projects?

Michal H.
Answer:

For many students, writing is an overwhelming process--one that makes clicking around Facebook or Netflixing welcome distractions. Instead of putting off big writing projects, think about budgeting your time out: Plan to sit down and "fast write" for a thirty minutes to an hour. Fast writing means you write without stopping, even if your ideas aren't fully formed. Often, getting the process started is the hardest part, so a fast writing exercise is a good way to keep yourself from overthinking it. And, don't be too hard on a first draft: Revision is where the magic happens. This means you have to allow time for revision, though, so writing a paper the night before can put you in a bind. That's why you need a "time budget." Even if you only set aside an hour a day the week before a project is due, working on a paper in small bursts can keep you from feeling overwhelmed while also giving you time to think through and develop your supporting points.

English
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Question:

How is rhetoric important to the study of English?

Michal H.
Answer:

While often picking up a negative connotation from political contexts (from dismissive statements like "That's just a bunch of rhetoric"), rhetoric most simply looks at strategies for effective communication. In an argument-driven culture, understanding rhetorical choices from the standpoint of author and audience is important for effective analysis of a situation, a statement, a text, etc.

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