We know, it’s weird. You’re already coming for help on that super stressful philosophy paper that you have no idea what you’re even saying and now someone wants to read the paper out loud? We totally understand your queasy feeling and sweaty palms, but let me explain why we do this at John Carroll’s Writing… Read More Why We Ask to Read The Paper Aloud
Welcome back, JCU! We hope everyone had a relaxing Thanksgiving break enjoying family and friends. With the end of the semester quickly approaching, the workload is starting to pile up. Assignments all start to hit at once, making these last few weeks just a bit stressful. Not to mention, it’s time for final papers! As… Read More Finals Week Writing Tips
We have all been told that our paragraphs need to flow. Okay, so in theory we get that our papers should be well organized with smooth transitions. Yet, somehow when we actually sit down to write, our sentences are choppy and we have no clue how to “flow” in our paragraphs. Over the years I… Read More Go With The Flow
Attention! Writers, we must prepare for war! We must tighten up our armies! And we must win this war! At this point, you are utterly confused as to what war we are fighting, what armies are, and what we are trying win. By the end of this blog post, you will understand. Now at ease.… Read More Prepare for the War Against Passive Voice!