A STUDY OF EXPRESSIVE WRITING SKILLS AND USE OF WRITING STRATEGIES IN ENGLISH AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Keywords:Written Expression, Composing Task, Development
The intricate nature of written expression presents a difficulty for many students. Learning english as a third language is a difficult assignment. Expressive composing abilities in english can't be procured in proper learning measures. Yet, it needs remarkable endeavors made by the student. There are some broad procedures for development recorded as hard copy abilities. Do these systems are dealt with by the student for composing tasks? To discover the response to this inquiry the current examination was performed. This paper is a review report which was directed on secondary school understudies to examine the degree of expressive abilities and utilization of composing methodologies among them. The outcomes showed that understudies are very much aware of general methodologies and utilize the systems seriously during and after the assignment when contrasted with before composing tasks.
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