Grammar & Writing Help

GRAMMAR (1)

GRAMMAR

How to Learn the Parts of Speech

Use of Dashes

How to Use an Asterisk in Grammar

Learning to Spell Words

Guide to English Language Grammar

About Spelling Rules

How to Recognize a Sentence Fragment

How to Fix a Sentence Fragment

English Grammar for Beginners

How to Write Compound Sentences

How to Write Complex Sentences

WRITING

Definition of Parallelism in Writing

How to Begin an Essay

MLA Guidelines for Essays

MLA Citing Guidelines

Parts of a Business Letter

Writing a Peer Review

How to Make Bibliography Cards

How to Write an Effective Conclusion for an Essay

How to Write an Effective Introduction for an Essay

How to Write a Process Paper

How to Write Descriptively

How to Cite an Internet Source

Research Article Evaluation Guidelines

How to Find an Essay Topic

How to Edit Your Essay

How to Write a Cause and Effect Paragraph

How to Write a Well-Developed Paragraph

How to Write a Book Review for School

READING

How to Summarize a Reading Assignment

How to Annotate a Reading Assignment

Basic Reading Skills

How to Preview a Reading Assignment

How to Read a Book Like an English Teacher

About Karen Y. Hamilton

Karen leads workshops in Creative Writing, Poetry and Journal Therapy, and Memoir Writing. She has studied genealogy and personal histories since 1987, lecturing and leading workshops on Memoir Writing and Journaling to the community since 1998. Karen holds a BA in English and has studied Literature, Business, and Education at the graduate level. She is a former college instructor of English Composition and Reading. In the past, Karen has worked as a high school & middle school teacher. She currently works as a Curriculum Specialist and is an MFA Creative Writing student at Florida Atlantic University.
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