Editing top 3 tips // writing tips for children

In this video, I explain my top 3 tips for editing a piece of writing:

  1. Read the work out loud.
  2. Get someone else’s feedback.
  3. Know your strengths and weaknesses.

5 Responses to “Editing top 3 tips // writing tips for children

  • Your tips are great and I love the video aspect of your blog. Ingenious! I hope you’re having fun with the challenge.
    @ScarlettBraden from
    Frankly Scarlett

    • Z.R. Southcombe
      2 years ago

      Thanks Scarlett! I’m definitely getting more comfortable with the vlogging medium. Cheers for stopping by – hope you’re enjoying the challenge!

  • Great tips for getting started with editing! I used to work in the special education department of a high school and so many of the students with whom I worked were shocked that they could find ways to improve their writing by reading aloud. It gave them the added benefit of reading practice too. Thanks for sharing!

    • Z.R. Southcombe
      2 years ago

      Cheers, mmcnellis 🙂 It’s amazing to watch the process of learning, isn’t it?

      • Hear, hear! It’s one of my favorite things–and why I seek to share info whenever I can, in formal and informal situations! 🙂

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