Writing Matters: A Learning Resource for Students
The following video segments feature Peter Stoicheff from the Department of English outlining the basic requirements needed to write well. The series, entitled "Writing Matters", is intended to supplement existing campus services offered to students at the University of Saskatchewan.
For personal assistance, please contact the Department of English Writing Center for assistance.
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The video clips are identical. The only difference is in the compression used to create the file sizes.
Video Segment Title Connection Speed Accurate Vocabulary Active Passive Voice Ambiguity Choosing a Topic Commonly Used and Misspelled Words Essay Title Essays Conclusion Introduction to an Essay Its and It's Paragraph Structure Plagiarism Some Principles of Good Style Pronouns and Antecedents Referencing the Work Read Sentence Fragments and Run-on Sentences Subject/Verb Agreement Writing Essays: Thesis and Argument When and where does writing begin? Why do we want to write well? Why Know Grammar? Writing Is Difficult And Enjoyable Writing Essays: Editing Writing Essays: Outline Your Opinion vs The Facts