English Writing Resources
for Grades 7-12 Instructors and Students

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Here are few English Writing Resources for Grades 7-12 Instructors and Students. This page provides resources for grades 7-12 instructors and students. This section contains many materials to improve your English Writing Skills over a period of time. We offer over many resources for you. These materials contain everything you need to know about writing, developing and organizing your paragraphs. This page will give you specific resources which will help you horn your English Writing Skills in the long run. Use the specific page to gain knowledge of the writing skills that you need. This resource will help clarify when and how to use various marks of punctuation. When speaking, we can pause or change the tone of our voices to indicate emphasis. When writing, we must use punctuation to indicate these places of emphasis.

Please click on the links below to access resources for grades 7-12 instructors and students:

Process :

  • Starting The Writing Process : This resource contains tips for instructors and student on beginning writing.

  • Prewriting : 1 : This section explains the prewriting (invention) stage of the composing process. It includes processes, strategies, and questions to help you begin to write.

  • Writer's Block / Writer's Anxiety : Help in overcoming writer's block and a short series of exercises to get you writing.

  • Developing An Outline : This resource describes why outlines are useful, what types of outlines exist, suggestions for developing effective outlines, and how outlines can be used as a strategy.

  • Paragraphs and Paragraphing : The purpose of this page is to give some basic instruction and advice regarding the creation of understandable and coherent paragraphs.

  • Writing Transitions : This resource discusses transition strategies and specific transitional devices to help students' essays and sentences flow more effectively.

  • Research : Overview : This section provides answers to the following research-related questions: Where do I begin? Where should I look for information? What types of sources are available?

  • Searching The World Wide Web : This section covers finding sources for your writing in the World Wide Web. It includes information about search engines, Boolean operators, web directories, and the invisible web. It also includes an extensive, annotated links section.

  • Evaluating Sources of Information : This section provides information on evaluating bibliographic citations, aspects of evaluation, reading evaluation, print vs. Internet sources, and evaluating internet sources.

  • Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing : This resource will help you become more comfortable with the uses of and distinctions among quotations, paraphrases and summaries. This page compares and contrasts the three terms, gives some pointers and includes a short excerpt that you can use to practice these skills.

  • Avoiding Plagiarism : There are few intellectual offenses more serious than plagiarism in academic and professional contexts. This page offers advice on how to avoid plagiarism in your work.

  • Successful Writing Index

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