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The Top 10 Essay Writing Tools For Teachers & Students

It’s a busy world for teachers and students alike. Finding time to form communities of support and inspiration is difficult. Teachers have to grade papers, build lesson plans and at some point have a life of their own. And students have full class loads and are growing socially, as well as academically.

However, with technology’s advancements it’s now easier to discover tools that will help. Both students and teachers (and even parents) can benefit from integrating online essay writing tools into their schedules.

There are plenty sources available, but this list has narrowed down the options. Review the following top 10 essay writing tools for teachers and students.

1. Parapal

This free online source offers English lessons that will improve listening, reading and vocabulary skills as well as grammar and writing skills. The site offers specific focused assistance in areas from email and message writing to professional and academic essay writing. They also offer an eLearning blog and mobile activity ideas.

2. LibrarySpot

Think of Library Spot as the best comprehensive online library. Students can access literally any type of writing and reading resources from encyclopedias to newspapers, speeches and medical journals. The sources are reputable and capable of being used as references in any argument.

3. PapersGear

This professional writing service provides proofreading, assignment, personal statement and structure assistance for affordable rates. They also give free refunds for unsatisfied customers, are available for 24/7 support and are a good source for teachers and college students. See PapersGear review here –

4. Grammar Gorillas

Funbrain’s Grammar Gorillas are a fun, fresh and interactive way to get students participating in their own essay writing education. Parents and teachers can access an index full of educational and reading games and exercises.

5. RushMyEssay

This professional online writing service is composed of certified professionals who work with tight deadlines and offer friendly assistance. And teachers should check out their blog full of inspiration. Check RushMyEssay review here –

6. Essaypunch

Essay Punch is an online, interactive essay writing guide. Best used by high school or college students and teachers, the site provides exercises that run through the step-by-step process of essay writing, from pre-writing and organizing, to editing and rewriting.

7. RefMe

Understanding and remembering all of the rules for writing references and bibliographies can be overwhelming. The RefMe site is a great way to create correct citations and references in any form of essay writing. Sign-up is free and they even offer a book mobile scanner app that generates reference codes.

8. Essay Writing Services Reviews -

This online site and community provides overviews of essay writing services that suggest their assistance for students. The author of reviews is Julie Petersen, a private English language tutor and a blogger, who shares her knowledges and experience. Don't forget to check blog and free essay samples sections.

9. Guide To Writing A Basic Essay

This free online site offers topic, outline and editing assistance as well as links to outside sites for study guide, grammar and bibliography advice. There are step-by-step directions for building correct essay format and are even offered in multiple languages.

10. TheEasyEssay

This automated inline tool will help students organize the process of writing essays. No matter your skill level, The Easy Essay organizes projects from basic 5-paragraph essays and emails to long format 17 paragraph essays.

Essay writing can be challenging. Not everyone is meant to be a professional author. However, honing the proper skills and knowledge is possible. It takes practice and conditioning, just like an athlete needs to train. Writing skills will change the way your brain thinks.  

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