Writing when you're not at home.

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Re: Writing when you're not at home.

Postby plughmann » Fri Sep 29, 2017 7:03 pm

[quote="wdarcy"]As Rob says, it all boils down to "do what is best for you." In writing, apart from SPaG, there is no one way to do anything. There is no best way, and there is no worst way. It all depends on what is best for you. And what is the best way for you may be the worst way for someone else.

--Warren[/quote]

Virtually a tautology.
Of course one should do what is best for themself.

On a statistical view , what is best for the majority of people?
If a school had to standardise a curriculum what approach would they use ?

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