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Can someone proofread and check my grammar please? Is there any chance I can post the website of this article in order to get feedback on my summary on it? I want to know if I got the main points of the article correctly and answered this question correct as well. I am aiming for a perfect score and I want to make this as perfect as possible. Thanks!

3) what were the main points of the article? Provide concise summary.

The author of the article defines resilience as the individual’s capacity to develop resilience in the face of adversity. One of the three main resources of resilience the author describes is called “I HAVE” which is the child’s available external support resources. These resources provide the child with a sense of security and safety. The second resource is called “I AM” this is when a child relies on their own personal feelings, strengths, and beliefs. The last resource she describes is called “I CAN” this is the child’s social skills and interpersonal skills learned through communication and interaction.

The author provides many examples that explain the three main resources of resilience. She also mentions how children who are younger will experience the “I HAVE” resource more frequently, when compared to an older child. As children age, they rely more on their “I AM” resource as well as their “I CAN” resource. The author also provides examples of activities and opportunities parents can provide to their child to help promote resilience. Some of the activities and opportunities the author suggests parents fulfill with their children include, emotional support, clear rules with clear consequences, model behavior, encourage problem solving along with praise, and unconditional love. The author concludes her article be expressing the multiple factors that are attributed to resilience, such as genetics and the child’s temperament.

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    Oops, I didn't put my name on the above post. Sorry about that.

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    The author of the article defines resilience as the individual’s capacity to develop resilience in the face of adversity. (DO NOT USE THE WORD YOU ARE DEFINING AS PART OF THE DEFINTION.)

    USE NEW PARAGRAPH TO INDICATE CHANGE IN IDEAS, PLACES, TIMES OR PERSONS.

    One of the three main resources of resilience the author describes is called “I HAVE” (COMMA) which is the child’s available external support resources. These resources provide the child with a sense of security and safety. The second resource is called “I AM” (SEMICOLON OR NEW SENTENCE)this is when a child relies on their (SINGULAR-PLURAL MISMATCH) own personal feelings, strengths, and beliefs. The last resource she describes is called “I CAN” (SEMICOLON OR NEW SENTENCE) this is the child’s social skills and interpersonal skills learned through communication and interaction.

    The author provides many examples that explain the three main resources of resilience. She also mentions how children who are younger will experience the “I HAVE” resource more frequently, when compared to an older child. As children age, they rely more on their “I AM” resource as well as their “I CAN” resource.

    The author also provides examples of activities and opportunities parents can provide to their child to help promote resilience. Some of the activities and opportunities the author suggests ("THAT") parents fulfill with their children (DELETE "fulfill with their children".)include, (DELETE COMMA) emotional support, clear rules with clear consequences, model(ING) behavior, encourage(ING) problem solving along with praise, and unconditional love (INSERT "FOR THEIR CHILDREN.").

    The author concludes her article be (SP) expressing the multiple factors that are attributed to resilience, such as genetics and the child’s temperament. (THESE ARE IN ADDITION TO THE PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED FACTORS, SO YOU NEED TO REVISE THIS SENTENCE.)

    In the future, if nobody is available to proofread your work, you can do this yourself. After writing your material, put it aside for a day — at least several hours. (This breaks mental sets you might have that keep you from noticing problems.) Then read it aloud as if you were reading someone else's work. (Reading aloud slows down your reading, so you are less likely to skip over problems.)

    If your reading goes smoothly, that is fine. However, wherever you "stumble" in your reading, other persons are likely to have a problem in reading your material. Those "stumbles" indicate areas that need revising.

    Once you have made your revisions, repeat the process above. Good papers often require many drafts.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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