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How to Improve Expository Essay Writing Skills with TheRightMargin

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This post is a run down of the expository essay ‘smart’ project on TheRightMargin’s writing platform. Smart projects are tailored writing spaces for a specific genre complete with custom guidance, suggested goals and tasks, and a unique writing space. If you’re a student, a teacher or in the edtech industry, you may find something of interest in this post to help improve student writing skills and facilitate your writing curriculum. This is new writing technology that may help alleviate some of the pain points we see in writing essays today.

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Improve your writing via a retrospective

Have you ever caught yourself thinking you could be a better writer? Having a healthy amount of humility in one’s own work is of course, normal. Doing a simple retrospective, or ‘retro’ for short, on your writing projects can help you save time, money and ultimately a lot of self-doubt through your writing career.

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3 Nagging Questions Keeping You from Writing — And What to Ask Yourself Instead

Most people who sit down to write must first contend with their Inner Critic: that super helpful part of our brains tasked with reminding us how much we suck. But there’s another voice in there that gets in the way of creativity, and sometimes it can harm our writing lives even more than the much-maligned Inner Critic.

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The Art of Storytelling with Jessica Mastors

The history of storytelling isn’t one of simply entertaining the masses but of also advising, instructing, challenging the status quo. Therese Fowler, Z

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TheRightMargin’s Mission and Values

Our mission is to help the world write more successfully. We believe that writing does not have to be a lonely journey and that every step forward can be as powerful as the moment that motivated and inspired you to write at all. Stop giving up. Start finishing.

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