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The Writing Process

A description of the writing process--step by step.

Mrs. Aulick

on 30 August 2012

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Transcript of The Writing Process

1. Prewriting is...
5. Publishing
2. Drafting
The Writing Process
Reece's New Dog
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
a. choose your topic.

ex. Prompt: Write a story about meeting a new friend.: Reece's topic: "I will write about meeting my new dog, Russet."
1st. Mom said no pets until I'm twelve...my 12th birthday finally arrived
2nd. At pet store; looked for golden
3rd. Frustrated with all the
barking, can't find him...and
then I see him-Russet
complete the first draft (D1)
using your prewriting as a guide
get all your ideas on paper
don't worry about grammar just yet
Don't be shy.
Write on!
3. Revising
Improve your D1.
a. change ideas that are not clear or complete
4. Editing
check revised writing for...
final copy of writing
ready for an audience
the best it can be
use blue or black ink and write neatly
write your heading, skip a line, then center your title; skip another line and start writing.
indent every paragraph; write last name and page number on every page after one
Now share your work!
Congratulations, you are a...
Brainstorming inorder to...
ex. . ; ! ? " ,
ex. Adam, Atlanta, Mrs. Aulick
ex. Where was she at?
(correction) Where was she?
What is it?
...the steps we follow to complete a writing piece.
for example:
Check for the following:
Word Choice
Sentence Fluency
This is not clear.
That doesn't sound right.
This isn't what I intended to say.
That is an incomplete idea.
ex. sory, werever
(correction) sorry, wherever
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