PYD 9: Practice Your Writing

PYD 9: Practice Your Writing

Practice Your Writing

In this, our ninth episode of the Power your Document podcast, we talk to Michael McGlasson about his paper "Police Intelligence", which was chosen as an ‘Editor’s Pick’ paper on AcaDemon. Did you know that Paper #124027 “Police Intelligence” is just one of more than 140,000 essays available on AcaDemon that can help you and inspire you to write your own papers!

You know the old adage ‘practice makes perfect’ - well this is no less true for writing so with that in mind, we also provide you with a few ideas for how to practice your writing in our Quick Tips section. Think of writing as a process that involves planning, researching, organizing, editing, revising, and proofreading, (not to mention creativity, critical analysis skills, and a thorough understanding of your topic).

Next, we have our Paper of the Week: "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "Snow-Flakes"". In this paper, the author looks at the formal quality of Longfellow's poem, "Snow-Flakes", the way that Longfellow personifies nature in the poem, and the thematic meaning in the poem. Feel free to check out the free abstract for this paper when you click on the link and visit our website.

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Published on Mar 01, 2012
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