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Transcript of WritingProcess
write a description of someone special to
her. Sarah can't decide who to write about.
What should Sarah do? Who should I write about? Dad? That would be a no! Cat? No WAY! Oh, and he is not a person either.... Brother? Perfect! I will write about my brother! Step Two:
Drafting Drafting is putting ideas down in some rough form Step three:
Revising/Editing Revising is making the changes you determined were necessary during the editing process. Sometimes revising can make all the difference in the world! Step four:
Proofreading Proofreading your papers means you look for errors.
Commas can save lives! A panda goes into a café, orders a sandwich, eats it, takes out a gun fires it into the air, and goes out. When the waiter calls to ask what is going on, the panda plunks a badly punctuated wildlife manual onto the table and growls: "Look me up."
The waiter finds the entry: "PANDA. Large, black-and-white, bear-like mammal native to China. Eats, shoots and leaves."" I bet that panda is reading an incorrectly proofread entry as well! Do you really want that to happen to your grandpa?
Proofread, it saves lives! Step five:
Publishing Publishing is your final draft Your writing might not always land you on a book tour
it will help you graduate!