A Better Ways to Writing Student Assignment

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A Better Ways to Writing Student Assignment

Writing is an art, may it be homework, exam writing, general writing, or writing in exams.

I was brainstorming ways to use technology to help students improve their writing and realized that over and over again, I was thinking about the process of writing and how crucial it is to quality of whatever the writer is left with at the end.

Great writing starts at the beginning, whether with an idea or need or purpose of social context or spark of inspiration. Whatever it is that ’causes’ the writing to begin–what’s wrought there at the beginning is kind of like a lump of clay. Without that clay, not much could happen and the quality of that clay matters; its texture purity and consistency, and overall makeup has a lot to say about what it’s able to produce. In large part, what you’re able to create with that clay depends on the quality and quantity of that clay.

Pro Assignment writing Tips

Assignments are given to students to judge their critical thinking and skills. Many schools and Universities put the students through some kind of Assignment writings like Ignou one of the most popular open universities ask students to prepare Ignou Solved Assignments.

The purpose of the Assignment writing is very straight and clear, to put students through the syllabus and make them think of overall scenarios around a particular topic. As a student when you do that, you come across different views & opinions about the topic and enhance your critical thinking.

So every student must gain creative assignment writing skills. Remember the few points to achieve that goal-

  • Go deep into the topic
  • Take multiple references from multiple sources & do not just stick to one particular point of view.
  • Make your own views about the subject and topic in the questions you are asked into.
  • Make the important points & Elaborate the things in these points.
  • The conclusion is very important for each and every topic.

The Purpose Of The Writing Process

Put another way, the writing process itself is everything. It doesn’t have to be used the same way every time and that’s another conversation for another day and I only mention it briefly because the worst thing you can do is read this post and then go shove the ‘diligence of the writing process’ down the throats of would-be writers/students who only need to believe they can write and then they opportunity to do so with in the company of nurturing.

All this leads me to the title. Instead of grading the end result of that process (the finished process), grade the quality of that student’s use of the writing process–ideally based on their specific strengths and weaknesses and the purpose and audience of the writing assignment itself.

Using The Writing Process

Using the writing process takes years of practice because producing great writing takes constant vision and refinement. It requires the writer to understand what they’re trying to say and then say it in a way that produces some effect on the world. Research, idea organization, paragraph structure, sentence instruction, diction, punctuation, rule-breaking, tone, literary devices–using these ideas to communicate complex ideas is hard work.

That’s why writing is less of an activity and more of a process not unlike the scientific process. While we might for professionals, it wouldn’t make much sense to grade children doing science by the accuracy of their data. Rather, their ability and tendency to use the scientific process to test theories and collect data would be far more important.

For amateurs in many fields, the process is far more important than the product.

If these goals (or those like them) are at least partly true, then a viable alternative to grading student writing is to grade if the student writes and how the student uses the writing process itself in a way that makes sense to them.

And in a way that shows ownership of that writing process that will endure long after they’ve left your classroom.