This second course in the Good with Words: Writing and Editing series will help you become an effective architect of information, both with your sentences and with your paragraphs. You’ll learn that the traditional advice to “Show, don’t tell” is incomplete and that skilled writers actually switch back and forth between showing and telling.
Requires a basic understanding of writing and the English language
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Excellent and inspiring and at the same time very informative and beneficial. Great teacher. Beautifully presented and organised.
Best writing course I have ever done. Cant wait to complete the others in the specialization. Excellent teacher!
I may not be a law student, but this was an excellent course to test and rethink my writing strategies.
This course was easy to follow and included fun and diverse activities. Professor Barry presents ideas and topics in a style that allows the learner to retain knowledge and to achieve goals easily!