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- Revisions in writing
- Proofreading to improve spelling and grammar
1. How to Write a Great Essay Quickly
Many tests will require you to write a timed essay. You may feel panicked at the idea of having to produce a high-quality essay under a tight time constraint. But you can relax: this video shows you four basic steps to follow so that you can write a great essay quickly.
2. Practicing Essay Writing to Get Better at Writing
It can be tough to practice your essay-writing skills on your own without a teacher's feedback. With some time and practice (and by using this game plan), you'll be on your way to practicing, evaluating and improving your writing.
3. Writing Revision: How to Fix Mistakes in Your Writing
Writing is an important skill, but revising your writing is also. In this lesson, learn the basics of self-editing, including editing for content and for mechanics, such as grammar and misspellings.
4. How to Proofread an Essay for Spelling and Grammar
Proofreading is the last step in revising an essay - don't skip it! A single typo can sometimes ruin the hard work of an entire paper. This lesson will help you find the right proofreading strategy for you.
5. What is a Typo? - Definition & Examples
Learn what a typo is as well as the various forms of typos that occur. Ever heard of an 'atomic typo'? Probably not, but you'll be able to identify it in your own writing after this lesson!
6. What is Spell Check? - Definition & Use
Find out what Spell Check is and how to use it when communicating online or writing. In this lesson, you'll learn when to use Spell Check versus when to use your own proofreading skills.
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Other chapters within the AP English Literature: Homework Help Resource course
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- AP English - Interpreting Literature: Homework Help
- Rhetorical Devices in AP English: Homework Help
- AP English Literature - Poetry: Homework Help
- AP English - Types of Poetry: Homework Help
- AP English - Prose: Homework Help
- American Literary Periods: Homework Help
- AP English - Examples of American Literary Analysis: Homework Help
- AP English - English Literary Periods and Movements: Homework Help
- AP English - Examples of English Literary Analysis: Homework Help
- Grammar Review in AP English: Homework Help
- AP English - Essay Basics - Types of Essay: Homework Help
- Conventions in Essay Writing - AP English: Homework Help
- Beginning the Writing Process in AP English: Homework Help
- Writing & Structuring an Essay in AP English: Homework Help
- About the AP English Literature Test