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A. Article Writing Tips When you are writing an article there are a few items that you can include: who, why, where, when, what and how. If you answer these questions, you are half way to writing a good article. Check grammar and spelling as you go and when you have finished the article. Spend the time correcting these during the creation process and once the article is complete and don't forget to include LSI keywords. B. Keep in mind before you begin Get to know your audience. Decide who you need to write for before proceeding with planning or writing an article. Identify the needs of your readership. What do your readers need to know? How does your own knowledge matchup against the information they need? You can also extensively research information that you dont know, so dont be deterred by that. Be unique. If you are writing an article about something that other people are also writing about, try to be unique in how you approach the material. This will draw your readers in and keep them coming back for more.

Write about your topic in a way that no one has ever written about it before. You can take a different tone, a more visual approach, or any number of other methods of altering the material. Bring new ideas to the topic. Make suggestions or offer information that other people dont have. This will give people a reason to read your work over others.

Learn the basics. Get the general explanation of whatever you are trying to write about. This will give you a basic framework for what to look for as you research. You can use a website like Wikipedia, read newspaper articles or a book, or talk to someone knowledgeable on the subject. It will depend what you are writing about. Find reliable sources. Now that you know what to look for, research your topic. You can use the internet, a library, conduct interviews, watch documentaries, or whatever you feel is appropriate to teach you everything you need to know about your topic. Be an expert!

Decide your length. Does this article have a word count? Do you need to fill a certain number of pages or word length? Consider what type of content youre writing about and how much that space can fill, as well as how much needs to be written in order to cover the topic adequately, before proceeding with writing your article. Outline your article. Before you begin formal writing, you will want to outline your article. This outline, which will break down which information goes where, will serve as a roadmap and help you see where more information may be needed. Pay attention to style, structure and voice. You will want to write with a style, structure, and voice which make sense for the type of article you are writing. Evaluate your audience to determine what the best method would be to present your information to them. For example, a newspaper article will need to offer information in a narrative, chronological format and be written with accessible but not overly-colloquial language. An academic article will need to follow the general 5-paragraph essay format and be written with high, formal language. Edit your work. Before you submit your work, you will want to do some editing and revision. This will allow the information to filter out of your brain, so that you will be less likely to read the text with what you intended to write rather than what you actually wrote (skipping words, writing the wrong word, etc.). Reading aloud can also help with this. Before you conclude.

Read over your text for spelling and grammar mistakes. When that is done, make sure the structure makes sense and the information is broken down in a logical manner. Can someone new to the material follow and understand what you are saying? Make sure you do not include any contradictory information or information which appears to be contradictory. Rewrite sections or the entire thing as necessary. Revisions like this are commonly needed, so dont feel like youve failed or are incompetent.


The point of outlining is to help you. If you feel you can find your focus by writing a list of incomplete sentences, then go for it. Later, if your teacher wants a formal outline, you can create one from the article itself. Write a brief plan or first draft beforehand so you know that you have enough information and are sure of your topic. Make sure your article answers five "w" and one "h" questions: who, why, where, when, what and how. Make sure to give yourself plenty of time to write the article. If you don't, then you'll be rushing at the last minute to create something that isn't representative of what you can truly do.

Write appropriate things. No one appreciates a poorly written article with awful grammar and patent nonsense.
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Question: In recent years there have been cases of cruelties to the women in limelight despite sundry laws of the govt. to prevent them. The more fatal is the gender discrimination resulting to an alarming crisis in the sex ratio. The more we are becoming civilized the lesser we are sensitive to such issues. No wonder if it leads to many social abnormalities. Putting your views on the pros and cons on the issue, write an article on gender discrimination and child abuse in not more than 125-150 words

The recent deaths of babies facing cruelty at the hands of relatives have shocked the country. But it is true that gender discrimination is not confined to one particular economic class or section or a community. It is widespread and even the states that top the literacy chart like Kerala has a skewed child sex ratio. The 2001 and 2011 Indian census reports show a significant decrease in the number of girls compared to boys in the 0-6 categories. State health society report reveals that child sex ratio has fallen in 9 out of 14 districts in past 10 years. This we are talking about where the population is highly educated and fairly well off compared to other states. According to sociologists the problem is acute because mothers are often unable to speak up for their children. They have limited rights within the family and practically no decision-making powers. There is an urgent need to change the mindset of the communities while strengthening the laws within the country. There is no dearth of laws but the implementation needs to be tightened. The Pre Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act and Rules is in place for years and is fairly a stringent law but then female feticide is rampant across the cities and villages.
Source: http://azadindia.org/social-issues/gender-discrimination.html

Question: The Indian govt. has taken a brave step in the implementation of RTE Act in the year 2010 which gives right to education to every child even living in the remotest part of the country. But the hurdles of implementing it its true spirit are a Herculean task before the govt. Write an article describing the true spirit of Right to Education Act in not more than 125150 words. RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT From April 1, 2010 the Right to Education has come into force ensuring free education to more than 92 lakh school children in India. The passage of this Act gives every child the right to a quality elementary education. The main features of the Act are: All children aged 6-14 shall have the right to free and compulsory education at a neighborhoods school. No direct (school fees) or indirect cost uniforms, textbooks, mid-day meals, transportation need to be borne by the child or parents to obtain elementary education. The govt will provide schooling free of cost until the childs elementary education is completed. All schools must comply with certain infrastructure and teacher norms. Two trained teachers will be provided for every 60 students at the primary level. Schools shall constitute School management committees comprising local officials, parents, guardians and teachers. The SMCs will monitor utilization of govt grants and the school environment. RTE mandates inclusion of 50% women and parents of children from disadvantaged groups in SMCs. Implications of RTE Act Teachers will be at the core of implementation of RTE that seeks to work towards a heterogeneous and democratic class room where all children participate as equal partners. There are 57 lakh teachers posts at primary and upper primary level. Currently more than 5.23 lakh teacher posts are vacant. To bring the pupil teacher ratio to 30:1 as prescribed by the RTE Act 5.1 lakh additional teachers are required. To ensure 25% reservation for children from disadvantaged and weaker sections schools will have to disclose the lists of children taken in this category as well as ensure that diversity is maintained .The state governments will undertake household school mapping to ensure that all children are sent to school. State governments and local bodies will have to establish primary schools within one km of the neighbourhood. For the children of Class VI to VIII the school should be within 3 km of the neighbourhood. In the absence of a school in small hamlets the state government shall make adequate arrangement like free transportation and residential facilities.
Source: http://azadindia.org/social-issues/right-to-education-act.html 5