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Rough draft, final draft. What's the difference?

In this Prezi, I will be telling the difference between rough drafts, and final drafts. 9-12-12
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Dallas Vann

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of Rough draft, final draft. What's the difference?

Draft this! Rough draft, what's that? I could write this gigantic paragraph
about what a rough draft is, but, I'm not!
So, I'm going to list a few of the basic
characteristics. Are you perfect? Probably not. But
neither is writing, the first time at least. A rough draft is the step
after brain-storming. Writing a rough draft is one way you can tell
what you need to work on skill wise and
see what you need to work on as
far as organization is concerned. Steps on writing a rough draft: Writing your final draft is easy,
but let's break it down anyway. Your final draft, is your very last step
of your writing process. In your final draft:
Your thoughts should be organized
Your essay should be in paragraph form.
Your spelling and grammar should be correct.
You should also look at your rough draft to make sure you're not missing any other mistakes.
Make sure you try to maintain a format, maintaining a format will keep your thoughts in place, and your reader can keep track and truly enjoy the paper. Find a writing process that works for you. Next, you can start brain-storming, and organizing your thoughts. Then, once you put your thoughts in an order you're comfortable with, you can start piecing everything together. Just like a puzzle, you can physically rearrange parts of your writing. When writing your rough draft, you will find ways to make your paper more interesting, whether it's changing the wording, or maybe just the way it is arranged. You will also be able to point out your mistakes and fix them before you start to write your final draft. Your final draft should basically be
a re-write of your rough draft. Your
rough draft will put everything in place
for your final draft. Let's review! A rough draft organizes your
thoughts and ideas and also helps
you find any mistakes that you
might make. A final draft is what you would
use to present or turn in as a grade.
It should stay on topic, have proper grammar,
and be interesting. Let's see what you know. I'm going to
present you with a few paragraphs, and
you're going to tell me if it's part of a rough draft,
or a final draft. Raise your hand and be quiet, do not blurt
it out. Yesterday i wanted to ride my bike, but I don't know
how to fix bikes. my bike had a flat tire. my brother knows how to though. but he's not here. i don't know what to do without him here. maybe i can go see my neighbor. my parents said that my brother will be home soon, but i don't want to wait. all I wanted to do was ride my bike. Every day we are forced to make choices, big and small. But, every
decision we make has many outcomes, the good, the bad, and of course, the ugly. As I mentioned earlier, decisions come in all sizes, a small decision would be something like deciding what to wear to
school the next day, or what kind of breakfast to eat that morning. However, deciding what kind of car to buy, or whether or not you want to rent or buy a house is a commitment, what might become a life long choice, is a big decision. What you will need:
Pen
Paper
Creativity
Time!
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