Whether you are editing someone else’s writing or they are editing yours, you need to know your editing marks.
These are the most commonly used marks:
Another good list of editing marks:
Get it here.
Another fine resource:
1. Share your writing with a fellow author.
2. Edit your colleague’s work. Have them edit your work.
3. Examine the suggestions your colleague/editor has for you.
4. Remember, you decide if you wish to make any changes to your manuscript.
If your instructor does NOT want a title page, your name and info should be listed at the top left of your first page,
If your instructor requests a title page, it should look like this:
For a short video on the creation of the title page shown above, go to:
Another great resource is from Diana Hacker, found here:
Today’s Assignment: Proofread your work. Make final edits.
When proofreading or doing final edits–watch for words that look or sound correct, but aren’t.
Find more pearls of wisdom from Catriona Tippin here:
* Don’t be frightened!
See more of Nicola L. Robinson’s wonderful work here:
Today’s Assignment: Proofread and correct the following: