A comparison of writing types

I found this useful page from the EIT Library and Learning Services that compares the different types of writing you may be asked to do in your studies and work.


The styles – what’s expected?

The Hilsdon model is a simple graphic that helps you see where certain questions fit into the different types of writing.

The think and write guide, which gives you  prompt questions for each style.

List of useful words or phrases for each style.

Characteristics of the styles.

Two examples of writing in the different styles.

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