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How Does Writing Help the Kinesthetic Learner?

There is a reason why English is considered to be the global language: it is incredibly flexible and can be used to communicate with anyone no matter their background. It can be used to express complex thoughts and ideas with few if any words being needed. It is a universal language, so everyone can understand it. These are all incredibly useful skills to have in today’s world. However, sometimes, plain English isn’t enough. You may need to learn how to write in a specific style or using a particular vocabulary. This is when the real value of writing comes in.

When writing, you have an opportunity to think through complex ideas and concepts and put them into words. This not only helps you to communicate your thoughts to others, but it also forces you to organize your ideas and consider the implications of what you are saying. In this article, we will discuss the various benefits that come with actively participating in the ‘rewriting process’ as a kinesthetic learner.

Let’s get started. 

The Rewriting Process For Grammar Nerds

For those of you who enjoy language and would like to become better at using it, you might consider taking a grammar course. These are classes that examine the rules and patterns used in the English language and how to apply them correctly. They usually cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Punctuation
  • Capitalization
  • Enunciation
  • Grammar
  • Spelling
  • Usage
  • Meaning
  • Sentence composition
  • Parts of Speech
  • Word choice
  • Verb tenses

This might sound like a lot to take in, but breaking it down, rewriting is exactly what you would be doing. You would begin by reading a piece of text and identifying areas where you believe the grammatical rules were broken. Once you have done that, you can start to fix those problems. You can also suggest alternative ways of saying the same thing, or offer a way of structuring the composition to make it more logical or easier to understand. Rewriting is a great way to improve your own language skills, as well as help others by editing their work. It is a valuable skill to have, and something that you can offer to those around you.

How Does Rewriting Help As A Learner?

Depending on your background, you may have learned to enjoy reading and becoming better at understanding text in the manner in which it is presented. Rewriting takes this a step further by putting your own spin on it. When you are reading literature, you not only learn about the language, but you also get the opportunity to examine how the author used it to achieve the desired effect. You get to see the story told from a different perspective and through the eyes of someone else. This can help you identify areas where you might have done the same thing or areas where you can use your own creativity to improve the story.

Who Am I Rewriting For?

If you are taking a courses for grammar and spelling, you may be asked to edit student work. For those of you who are interested in English as a second language, this is a great way to learn how to speak with native English speakers. For those of you who are interested in creative writing, you can take inspiration from the work of others and use this to improve your own pieces. Rewriting is a valuable tool for all students regardless of their background or subject matter.

There are a lot of different benefits to rewriting as a learner, but you should not be limited to the examples given here. Find the areas in your studies where you can use this skill to improve your work and see what a great boost to your own learning experience this can be. The re-writing process can be quite challenging, but it can also be incredibly rewarding. When you start seeing the benefits of your own labor, the joy that comes with improving your own English will surpass all else.