Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Education Writing Tips #7 (VOA)

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You have written your research paper, your personal essay, your book review – whatever your college class requires. You have provided good information in the needed number of words. You feel good because your work is finished. But is it really done? Many teachers and professional writers believe that writing is about revision. In other words, writing well means making needed changes and then, rewriting. Michael Arnzen teaches English and heads humanities studies at Seton Hill University in Pennsylvania. Mr. Arnzen is also an award-winning author. He believes revision of writing is a necessary skill for college. Mr. Arnzen says you should put away your paper after you have written a first version, or draft. Wait several hours, maybe overnight, before working on it more. He compares this to returning to a job after a vacation. When you come back to it, you see it with “different eyes.” Mr. Arnzen’s students follow a four-step process with their papers. Students read and listen to each other’s work, share thoughts and make suggestions. The first step in the process is invention. It includes forming many questions about their subject. The professor calls it “question-storming.” In a second step, students draft and compose a paper. Then comes the revision. Mr. Arnzen says students take another look at what they have done. They might re-shape it then. He calls the fourth step “publication,” or turning your writing over to another person.

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