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The Writing Process

This presentation will showcase the five steps in the writing process.
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Grace Seiberling

on 21 August 2014

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Transcript of The Writing Process

What is it?
the steps we follow to complete a final piece of writing.
The writing process is:
The Writing
Process

Prewriting
Drafting
Editing
Brainstorming
Gathering Details
Topic Selection
Brainstorming
Listing
Clustering
Question Answering
Free Write
Sentence Completion
Don't worry about grammar when you're drafting. Just get your thoughts down on paper.
Complete the first draft (D-1) using the prewriting as a guide.
Revising
This doesn't sound right!
This isn't what I intended to say!
This is an incomplete idea!
This part is not clear!
Improve your D1. Change ideas that are not clear or complete.
Proofread for:
Spelling
Grammar
Punctuation
Capitalization
Check for the following:
Ideas
Organization
Voice
Word Choice
Sentence Fluency
You will go back and forth between these two steps many times before you are ready to type your final draft.
Remember, your draft does not have to be perfect the first time you
write it! That's what the Revising and Editing Steps are for.
Publishing
Share your final copy with its intended audience.
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