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The Writing Process

Use for Writing Skills, unit 1 day 2
by

Matt Lipford

on 11 April 2014

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Transcript of The Writing Process

Brainstorm
Results
Research
The Writing Process
writing and re-writing
After thinking about the purpose of your writing, you can then start a brainstorm
And What do you want your
readers to get out of it?
Think of prewriting
as a "map" of your essay
Important
Details
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Where do you want your writing to go?
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Step #1: Purpose and goal
So, what steps are there in the writing process?
Write the
first draft
Steps of the
Writing Process
#1) Think about your purpose or goal
#2) Make Notes about your topic and organize them.
#3) Write the first draft of your essay.
#4) Edit for grammar, spelling and punctuation
#5 Let somone else read and edit your rough copy.
#6 Rewrite the first draft, make improvements
#7) Type up the final draft.
Make sure to make the
edits needed.
The most important
part of prewriting
is the brainstorm
idea
idea
idea
idea
idea
idea
idea
After determining the
topic
,
you may need to do some
"
prewriting
".
a brainstorm can help you
develop ideas
A good brainstorm
can help you find
organize,
and develop
your ideas.
If needed
You may need to
do some research
to find more details
Textbooks, encyclopedias
and the internet are some ways
to do research.
After jotting down your ideas
start thinking about any
important details.
Keep the details organized
with each idea you have.
When done with the first
draft, edit your paper for
any mistakes. Make sure
your purpose is clear.
Have a friend read what you
wrote. Ask for any
suggestions.
Rewrite the first draft. Make all
changes that are needed. When
done, type up a final draft. Make
any final edits to your work.
Prewriting
and
brainstorming
Proofreading
and editing
Typing a clean,
final copy
A sense of pride,
A happy teacher
A GREAT grade!
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