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Roxanne’s 10 Rules of Writing

From Teachapaloooza14 at The Poynter Institute: 95 percent of writing is thinking. Make the first 6-8 words count Eliminate marshmallow words; “there is”; very. Switch from honey boo boo writing to World Cup writing. Beware of the curse of knowledge; … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

What should I call you? Simple enough question, right? But here are many options (and much discussion) as to how to address a professor:  Doctor; professor; Mr., Mrs.,, Ms., Miss; or…first name. The first name issue has been kicking around … Continue reading

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