Read your work aloud

When I was talking to the children at Winnersh Primary School last week, I advised them to read their work aloud to make sure it made sense and sounded good. I find this is essential. I usually find errors in the first paragraph of my writing. In my eagerness to get started, that first paragraph is always written in haste and tends to be rather poor. Upon reading it through, I hear where the reader might trip up and tidy it up to give a strong start to my book. This tip holds true for all ages, as RLF Consultant Fellow Marina Benjamin explains in this week’s RLF CF Top Tip:


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