com·po·si·tion | \ ˌkäm-pə-ˈzi-shən \ | noun
1. a: the act or process of composing; specifically: arrangement into specific proportion or relation and especially into artistic form.
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Proofreading transcripts can be more an art than a science. Verbatim transcription often requires a unique application of the rules since we can correct the punctuation but not the grammar.
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Once you have written your novel, article, blog post, or other type of composition, it is time to take your writing through the process of editing. Whether you need a copy and line edit for larger issues or a final proofread, I can help you take your composition a step closer to publication.
Having taught 9th graders to college students, on-level to Advanced Placement classes, special education students, and English Language Learners, I understand the unique needs of a high school classroom. My lesson plans and units offer a wide range of content and activities useful for many different classroom environments. When planning, I always keep my educational philosophy in mind – I do, we do, you do – and my lessons reflect this philosophy.
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