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Transcript of WritingProcess

Teacher fun Kate Morgan The Writing Process There are five steps in the writing process Step One planning Planning means you brainstorm or research ideas BEFORE you write anything In English class, Sarah has been asked to
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!
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