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A Methodology to Teaching Writing I believe that achieving success in educating different elements of life may still combine similar processes. My entire life in high school was very much like the lives of a number of other students in that it revolved around two things: school and sports. My sport of choice has been tennis and my preferred academic field was English. Unexpectedly, I found many similarities led to a successful performance in both regions. My comprehension of the demand for a fantastic program to follow along with a lot of practice with it led to success in both tennis and my academic performance (particularly English). Upon becoming a recognized player in my area, I decided to take the ability that I knew better than any other and use it as a project; I was a tennis coach. Success in that field, teaching mostly high school students, has led me to believe I can adopt a comparable program for achievement in the classroom. As I needed to find out an effective way to educate others the tennis abilities I had learned, I will also need to be able to correct my doctrine within a classroom. My outline for effective teaching of writing combines that which I have put into training working with high school students in a sports forum with what I am learning is the best way to approach a writing classroom. When a high school student first chooses a tennis lesson from me, that student is quite often an inexperienced freshman only months away in their first tryout. On this very first day I need to be quite clear and very encouraging in my instructions because of the nervousness of the participant. From the first lesson I am aware of what level of ability I am working together, and can make adjustments from there. For student writers, the procedure can be similar. The writer may.