George Moss, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by George Moss

I'm a freelance copywriter with an undergraduate degree in English Literature. I've written for many different outlets, including but not limited to marketing agencies, graduate recruitment websites, and online training companies. I've even interviewed a few famous actors for student and arts blogs too! Covering a wide span of material has been incredibly rewarding, as I get to turn my experiences in the arts, education and careers into helpful advice. I sincerely hope you'll find something to your liking here!


Tips To Help Your Writing Be More Concise

Some people would rather let artificial intelligence technologies handle these responsibilities instead. However, it’s important to be as proactive as possible regarding your work. Below you’ll find some tips to help you be concise in your writing.


The Usefulness Of Drama In Higher Education

To have a subject that enables pupils to let loose and have fun is essential, especially after the events of the last year.


The Other Solstice

Rather than dwell on the dark and cold, perhaps it would be better to remember and discuss the other, summer solstice…

Huckleberry Finn

The Moral Quandries Of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a revolutionary book that still holds much relevance today. The powerful friendship of young Huck and runaway slave Jim highlighted many of the great racial injustices of the past, and astounded generations of readers the world over. The work was written retrospectively in 1833 after the […]


Dimensions Of Lore

For those who love some added mythology, it makes the stories they consume that much more layered and fascinating.

Asking for help

Remote Learning: 5 Ways of Asking For Help

Ways you can ask for help will change slightly if you’re learning from home. So, what can you do?


What To Do If You Fall Behind With Your Reading

There’s always a way to turn things around, so start with a positive mindset. Sometimes the simplest solutions are the best; stay calm and don’t panic, because only then can you steadily improve things.


Does Education Ever Pigeonhole Talent?

In the end, the learning environment is only sustainable when everyone treats each other properly. If schools’ slack here, pupils risk their potential being unjustly stunted.


Options Available After GCSEs and A levels

What are the different paths available after GCSEs and A levels? Are they accessible to all, or are there certain requirements to be met?

Forest Schools

Forest Schools: Learning through Nature

Children have no control over the illnesses, disabilities and other problems they may have. In such cases, forest schools can give them a sense of purpose and self-fulfilment.

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