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From the National Council of Teachers of English, the NCTE Beliefs about the Teaching of Writing. These principles stem from the assumption that "everyone has the capacity to write, writing can be taught and teachers can help students become better writers."
Everyone IS a writer. Only a few people actually realize that they do writing for living. In every workday, we spend hours in front of the computer writing emails, sending requests, summarizing projects, analyzing performances, proposing ideas, asking questions, so on and so forth. Whether you like writing or not, you have to admit the fact that others DO evaluate your performance based on your writing skills. Being a master of writing not only helps you do tasks faster, it indeeds catapults your career! If you hate writing, it is time for you to learn from the ground up. If you are good at it, there are still a lot of ways to improve your writing efficiency. Here are 40 tips that could boost your writing skills:
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