Revision Made Easy Reading Aloud

Revision Made Easy Reading Aloud

Reading aloud is the easiest, most efficient way to revise any written report, according to Peter Elbow, English Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and author of Revising by Reading Aloud: What the Mouth and Ear Know. When writers read aloud, what the ears hear and the tongue speaks does not sound the same as […]

Reading Aloud Gives Written Words Power

Reading Aloud Gives Written Words Power

The power of spoken words is limitless when revising written work by reading aloud. Revising by reading aloud gives written words power when they are said and acknowledged. It can stimulate and motivate your neurological thought processes and improve other key areas such as verbal skills, self-confidence, and editing. Peter Elbow, an English professor at […]

Reading Aloud Develops the Brain and Improves Writing

Reading Aloud Develops the Brain and Improves Writing

Studies have shown that children who read to others 20 minutes a day become better readers which will increase their vocabulary. Likewise, writers who read out loud improve their writing, vocabulary, and grammar skills. Reading aloud is a valuable tool which develops the brain and improves their writing. Reading what one writes is the best way […]