Encapsulate the essence of your argument

This week’s top tip for writers from RLF Consultant Fellow Esther Selsdon is aimed at students who get tied up in knots with their writing and lose track of what they’re actually trying to say. I also think it’s good to encourage students to collaborate and read each other’s work. And it’s helpful for all writers to get a second opinion on their writing. If you’re writing for children, it’s useful to find a young reader who can point out if you’re using old-fashioned terms and tell you that ‘no one ever says that!’


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