No matter where you look around you, you will always find some sort of written document. But how could you decipher whether it is well written or whether it needs to be worked on? There are many different aspects that you need to use when written a piece of work in order to classify it as good writing. This paper will explore the thoughts of three different professors that have all agreed that you need certain qualities when scribing a well-written piece of work. Those three elements are style, a clear purpose and the basics; spelling, grammar and punctuation. From reading what these three professors have to say about writing, you will conclude with what you think a good piece of writing looks like to yourself.
Tell me, is it possible to look around the environment that surrounds you and not find a single piece of writing to read? No - that is impossible. Written work is always in a five-foot range from where you stand. You cannot avoid writing and the chances of you going somewhere without having to read something is very slim, my friend. So from this, what does good writing even look like? You read written work everyday, so you would think that you could decipher good writing from bad writing. But what is even considered good writing now a day? Our language has evolved over time that what is considered good writing now was different than what it was a thousand years ago.
But why do we even bother with writing? Why is it so relevant to everyday life? Writing is the base to the pyramid of life - it’s the stepping stool and starting grounds to becoming a successful person. Writing is the base to learning experiences that are found in your education, community and work. Writing does more than just that though. It defines you as a person by expressing who you are, allowing you to write your thoughts and ideas down on paper to be argued and explained to another at a later time. In addition, writing is an essential job skill in which it contributes to...
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