Individual Action Plan


  1. Try to use some academic phrases to describe me, us, them, etc., such as a specific place, group of people or country, etc. to avoid repeating mistakes.
  2. Make my own articles more academic and logically clearer, and use more vivid and real examples to echo back and forth.
  3. Strengthen the placement of links to satisfy readers as much as possible.
  4. Format: Make sure your paper is formatted correctly and conforms to the guidelines provided by your tutor or the style guide you follow.
  5. Title: Choose a descriptive and engaging title that reflects the content of your paper.
  6. Proofread again: Before submitting your paper, proofread it one more time to catch any last-minute mistakes.
  7. Improvement is an iterative process. Don’t hesitate to revise and edit multiple times to perfect your work and make it the best it can be.