Many students struggle with aspects of Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar for a variety reasons, but these three aspects of writing are important if you want to get information across to your reader in a clear and precise manner. Whether it is writing an essay or applying for a job or university place, correct spelling, punctuation and grammar will:
Below, we provide some useful links and resources to help you to improve your written work.
Copus, J. (2009). Brilliant writing tips for students. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. HE Library classification 428 COP
Field, M. (2005). Spell well: boost your word power and your confidence. (2nd ed.). Oxford: How To Books Ltd. HE Library classification 428.1 FIE
Peck, J. & Coyle, M. (2005). The student’s guide to writing: grammar, punctuation and spelling. (2nd ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. HE Library classification 428 PEC
Soles, D. (2008). Perfect grammar: how to recognise, correct and avoid grammatical errors. Abergele: Studymates Ltd. HE Library classification 428 SOL
NB: the above books are just a small selection of available resources at the Learning Curve and HE Libraries!
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