HOW TO IMPROVE WRITING SKILLS
What does the word “writing” means? The act or art of forming letters and characters on paper, wood, stone, or other material, for the purpose of recording the ideas which characters and words express, or of communicating them to others by visible signs is called writing. A person is called educated if he knows how to read and write. But in today’s world writing and reading is sufficient. One should b good enough in both of these things to survive in this brutal world.
Good writing [and reading] skills support educational and occupational success. Whether career and technical education (CTE (Coefficient of Thermal Expansion) students plan to enter the workforce after high school or go on to college, you can bet they'll be doing some writing. At the very least they'll be writing job applications and sending out electronic communications during the course of their daily lives. Students who go on to any kind of postsecondary education will be required to write even more as they prepare term papers and essays, take tests, participate in projects, and communicate with their contemporaries and instructors. In addition, today's technology-infused society requires some writing skills in ways ranging from the preparation of PowerPoint presentations to the creation of Web pages and blogs.
But the question arises, how to improve writing skills? There are a number of ways by which one can improve his / her writing skills.
Firstly, write something each day. If one does not practice he won’t gain anything. This is very true in the art of writing. One has to keep on writing to brush up his skills. But if you are wondering on what to write about, not to worry as it comes in an aphorism.
The first key to writing is... to write, not to think! - Finding Forrester.
One can write about an incident that happened to him or about anything interesting that was eye catching while walking on the street. But if nothing interesting happened...