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Eleven myths about writing — And how trainers can Debunk them

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Research about writing and teaching writing indicates that it involves the simultaneous coordination of hand, eye, and brain. Because of the inseparable nature of thinking and writing, writing need not be preconceived and planned but can be a means for discovering a purpose and inventing a plan. Good writers can be self-made, and taught, as well as born. One learns to write by writing, over a period of time. Trainers should be successful writers (for credibility) and adapt their methods to individual needs and differences.

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PC-25 ,  Issue: 3 )

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Sept. 1982

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