Sue Everest

      I think paraphrasing would require the most processing, because it’s a productive skill, which leads to a new piece of writing whereas the passive voice is a tool that can be learned with practice to enhance writing and Harvard referencing, although complicated is not a productive skill and can even be checked using software. Therefore, as paraphrasing requires the most assimilation, it requires the most processing.

      Possibly using an online notation system onscreen, as has been shown on this course, could help students keep notes effectively on lectures, grammar points reviewed in class or to keep a record of how to construct different parts of an essay before then writing their own.