TITLE: Pre Writing Strategies
In many setting including the academic setting, it is important for people to be aware of the rules which govern writing in order to ensure that they do not make mistakes. Rules which govern the use of first and second person pronouns should be adhered to when writing academic papers. As one goes through the university he/she is bound to learn more about writing academic papers. In the process of writing, it is important for one to use the proper paragraph structure which includes a topic sentence, the body and the concluding sentence to write about the desired topic and type of paragraph.
When writing academic papers the use of first and second person pronouns is condemned for several reasons. First, academic papers are expected to be factual and the use of these pronouns is suggestive of personal opinions more than facts. The use of first and second person pronouns also shows personal experience which may not be required in the paper. These pronouns should only be used when one is required to but they should be used minimally and mostly towards the end of the paper. It is however advisable not to use them in academic papers.
Before joining the University of Phoenix, I was not conversant with most of the academic writing styles but this is no longer the case. This has changed over time because currently I can write academic papers using any of the standard writing styles. I was also not aware of some of the rules which govern academic writing but now I am aware of what I am supposed to do and what I am not supposed to do. With regard to language, the experiences I have had at the University of Phoenix have made me grow in terms of being able to express my thoughts easily through the use of appropriate language. Being at the University has enabled me to refine my academic writing skills.
Paragraphs have specific structures and they are vital in any type of writing because they mostly express...
References: McLean, S. (2011). Writing For Success. New York: Flat World Knowledge, Inc.
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