5 Writing Styles to Hook Your Reader
Successful writers know that a well-constructed story will grab the reader's attention from the very beginning. A strong beginning will hook readers and entice them to keep reading. There are a variety of writing styles that can be used to create an effective hook, and understanding which one of these writing styles best matches your unique voice is an important part of developing your craft.
Some of our favorite ways to begin a story include:
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Resume Writing Tips: How to Edit Your Resume
Thinking about getting back on the job hunt soon? If it's been a while since your first job interview, it might be time to revisit your resume and make some edits. To help you get started, check out these resume writing tips from Evanston, IL and online tutor Rachel M.:
So you finally decided to edit your resume. Maybe it was gathering dust under the rest of your files, or perhaps you were running out the door to your new job interview and you realized it hadnt been edited in o
How to Learn a Language Quickly with 3 Foolproof Steps
Fact: a native Spanish speaker will have an easier time learning French than they would learning Japanese.
According to the U.S. Foreign Service Institute, one of the biggest factors affecting the speed of language acquisition is how different your target language is from your native tongue. Languages in the same family typically have similar alphabets and tones, making it easier to branch out as long as you stay within the same grouping.
No matter what language youre learning thou
Living With Dyslexia | How to Overcome Learning Disorders
Typical classroom settings can be a struggle for students with learning disorders like dyslexia - but fortunately, there are ways to overcome your struggles and stay on track. Here, Redmond, WA and online tutor David S. shares his story...
Many people reading these words I type have always taken for granted the ease with which they can read them. I am not one of them, because I grew up with dyslexia. The experience of actually having the learning disorder has always been difficu
How Can Playing Math Games Help My Struggling Child?
Games make learning anything a much easier process. Rather than repetitive practice that can lead to complacency, using games to reinforce concepts will help keep things moving in the right direction. When learning new arithmetic concepts, for example, some simple math games can do wonders for retaining the information. With a few easy-to-find props, like dice and a deck of cards, math games are not only super simple, but fun!
How to Get Started
When using math games to explain core concepts