Writing is a way to share knowledge that we have and express our creativity. To some, writing just comes naturally. These types of people thrive in this form of expression. To others, writing can be arduous task that can overwhelm them. Like anything, practice coupled with good planning can help improve your writing. The best piece of advice that I ever got, related to writing, was to outline my writing before I start writing a piece of any kind. Another great idea, that really helps me clean up pieces, is to compare the outline to a draft of the work and see if they align.
Questions are pretty complex, especially when it comes to math and often, you find yourself stuck in the middle of nowhere. So, how do you create a way that not only helps in solving problems but also keeps you organized and eliminates confusion? If you do not know where to begin, the easiest solution is to properly plan how you can solve your question. When you have a strategy in your head, it becomes easier to solve the problem. With a proper strategy, even the most difficult of all problems can be solved. Let us take a look at how you can tackle the most challenging word problem. Here is what you need to do: Read through the problem very carefully. Underline the words that you think are important clues that can help you in solving the problem. Take a look at the important facts that are provided. Look at what you need to find out. You will have to use variables that need to be changed into mathematical symbols. Identify the information that is relevant to the problem. Solve! Below you will find a few dozen free writing graphic organizers that can help you plan and track your writing better than ever. These sheets can help you not only brainstorm or plan your writing piece, but also evaluate if it does what you intended. The ultimate goal is to become a better communicator in the written form. Over the years, I have used each of these sheets hundreds of times.