The Student's Toolbox: Tips for Better Writing

Louise Spilsbury

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Wayland

9780750291057
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Synopsis

Tips for Better Writing teaches readers essential study skills to help them achieve their academic goals. It also gives advice on using these skills in everyday life to help readers gain valuable life skills and gain confidence in extra-curricular activities.

Knowing how to write well can help you explain, describe, tell a story and much, much more. Writing is an important part of a student's toolbox, and it can be lots of fun. This title divides writing into three main areas that students will come across at school, writing opinion pieces, writing informational text, and writing fiction.

The Student's Toolbox equips young people with the tools needed to further their studies and help them develop vital life skills, from planning their timetables through to understanding how to deliver great speeches and presentations. From writing and researching through to planning and speaking, discover how to improve the skills you need to be a grade A student.

Other titles in the Student's Toolbox series include: Tips for Better Researching, Tips for Better Writing, Tips for Better Public Speaking, and Tips for Better Planning.

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Writing doesn't come easily to everyone, but applying the practical ideas in this book, pupils will find they naturally start to improve -- and once learnt, the suggestions will be used in the future. The book covers an excellent range of writing styles including opinion pieces, information texts and narratives, as well as conclusions

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Teachers will welcome this wide-ranging book which helps pupils improve their writing skills in many fields. This title divides writing into three main areas that students will come across at school, writing opinion pieces, writing informational text, and writing fiction. Full of practical ideas, this is an easy to use book.

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