Writing in High School: Tips for Clarity and Organization Part 1

A top down image of an organized workspace including a computer monitor, keyboard, mouse, planner, glasses, pen, phone and charger, journal and electronic drawing tablet.

By the time students arrive in high school, expectations for their writing have risen dramatically. While teachers should review the fundamentals with them, some will simply expect students to know what they’re doing as soon as they walk in the classroom door. This post explains some essential skills for writing that will help students organize their thoughts, write clearly and address their assignments completely. Of course, depending on the school and individual teacher, writing expectations…

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