I'd like feedback on my article: My Experience Teaching English On Line to Kids.

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  1. Shelley H Cruz profile image92
    Shelley H Cruzposted 7 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!   I am still not sure where I am missing the mark!
    Here is my article: My Experience Teaching English On Line to Kids in China!

    1. stuff4kids profile image97
      stuff4kidsposted 7 months agoin reply to this

      Hi Shelley,

      I like many aspects of this hub. I suspect the reason you've failed QAP is that it has lots of grammatical errors and inconsistencies in usage. For example, you use "online", "on line", and "on-line" all in the same article. You might want to pull back from your use of the exclamation mark, too. Try to make your headings more search-friendly. Clearly, correct grammar, syntax, and consistent usage are a must in an article about teaching English.

      If you want to succeed here, you must take the time to study the detailed information available in the Learning Center. You can find it here:  https://hubpageshelp.com/

      Good luck.

      1. Shelley H Cruz profile image92
        Shelley H Cruzposted 7 months agoin reply to this

        Thanks so much for your feedback!   I have had several articles published in the past and realize that  I hurried through this one.  I will go back and pay more attention to the information in the learning center!  Your observations are much appreciated!   Shelley

  2. stuff4kids profile image97
    stuff4kidsposted 7 months ago

    Hi Shelley,

    You're welcome. It's always worth leaving an article a little while and coming back to it with "fresh eyes" before hitting the "publish" button. And inwardly digesting a copy of "Strunk and White" does no harm, either.  wink

    1. Shelley H Cruz profile image92
      Shelley H Cruzposted 7 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks again.   My goodness,  I think I should remove the exclamation key from my keyboard.  I was amazed to see  how I had peppered my article with exclamation points.    I will go back to this in a couple of days...


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