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- Available Lessons: 70
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryThis writing review for teachers is designed to help educators prepare for an exam that covers grammar, word choice, essay organization and much more. Explore engaging lessons and take multiple-choice quizzes to quickly strengthen your writing knowledge and improve your ability to pass your test.
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If you need help preparing for a test that covers the basics of writing, this study guide can help! Our instructors present fun and informative lessons with educators in mind to ensure you're ready to pass a test that assesses your knowledge of sentence structure, argumentative writing and other related topics. In addition to lessons, this course offers access to self-assessment options like short quizzes and practice exams. Once you've finished this course, you will be ready to address topics on your test that include:
- Grammatical and structural relationships in writing
- How to choose the correct words in writing
- Writing rules and mechanics
- Ways to focus and organize an essay
- Basics of developing ideas for argumentative writing
- Language basics and how to structure sentences
Ensure your test preparations align with your personal schedule and study goals by utilizing the resources in this course your way. Access any lessons that can help you better understand important writing concepts, and take accompanying quizzes to gauge your understanding. Use practice exams to check your comprehension of each chapter and the entire course. All resources in this course are available around the clock and can be viewed using your smartphone, tablet or computer of choice. After completing this study guide, you will feel confident in your ability to answer questions on your test that cover collective nouns, parallelism, redundancy in writing, punctuation, thesis statements, essay structure, logical fallacies and more.
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