‘How to Teach Proofreading Skills: 6 Best Practices’ – BusyTeacher Article

BusyTeacher team has published an article titled “How to Teach Proofreading Skills: 6 Best Practices”.

The BusyTeacher team says, “I have a confession to make. While a passably good writer, I am a mediocre at best proofreader.

I’m always a little shocked whenever I see something of mine in print (“Really? How could I have missed that?”) Of course, it is much easier to proofread someone else’s work than one’s own, which is why one proofreading technique is to let a reliable friend look the work over before submitting it. This is not always possible, however. There are, fortunately, a number of methods students can use for proofreading their own work”.

Read the full article on BusyTeacher Website

Corrected by Tarun Patel

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