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6 Trait Writing Process

Writing process with 6 traits embedded in each step. Cornell Notes doc included!
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Karen Vernon

on 4 August 2016

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6 Traits & the Writing Process
"Let's get that bull by the horns!"

Prewriting:
Drafting
You are here
Revising, revising, revising!
How does a real author do it?
* Does it sound like me?
* How does it make my reader feel?
* Do I have a favorite part?
* Put my personality into it!
Ideas:

* Clean it up!
* Proper grammar
* Proper punctuation
* Correct spelling
* Check citations and references
* Do you have correct MLA formatting?
Publishing
* Print it or electronically turn it in
* Send it to a contest
* Give it to someone
* Present your work
* Publish in a newspaper, magazine, or book
Reflecting
* Brainstorming
* Talking to others
* Engaging in research
* Ask questions
* Think & decide
* Plan
* Choose a Thinking Map
You are here
Editing
a.k.a.
Conventions
you are here
Help!
You are here
You are here!
You are here
Looking at the
big picture and asking,
"Where will I go next?"
Bonus: How to write a Blog
* What is my message?
* Is it clear?
* Do I have enough information?
* Is my topic, message, or idea interesting?
Organization:

* How will I introduce my topic?
* Begin thinking about order
* Do my research & brainstorming
align with my message/topic?
* Put information in your own words
* Turn notes into sentences
* Elaborate on ideas
* Think, "Where will I put my evidence?"
Voice:
* How will I introduce my topic?
* Begin thinking about order
* Do my research & brainstorming
align with my message/topic?
* Are my introduction and conclusion linked to my message/idea/topic?
* Am I being deliberate when I am ordering my subtopics/details?
More organization:
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write
!
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write!
Write!
* Make it better
* Read, rethink, revise
* Rearrange words/ideas/topics
* Remove or add
* "Morph" your work

* Did I begin my sentences in different ways?
* Do I use a variety of sentence structures?
* Does my paper sound smooth as I read or listen to it?

* Can my readers tell what my words mean?
* Am I using words that matter to me?
* Are my words vibrant and concise?

Word Choice:
Sentence Fluency
"Positives and Wishes"
* I liked ________________ about your writing
* Something else I liked about your writing is ________________________________


* I wish I knew more about __________
* Another thing I wish I knew more about is ________________________________
* Begin thinking about what you might write about next time.

* Reflect honestly about what you did well and what you can do to improve.
Link to fill in Cornell Notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13EN4b3TOgCiJwusg8XMDB58CpPMdcCYrHopCCdSqNes/edit?usp=sharing
Link to my Web Page - editable Cornell notes and Flee Map are available for download at the botom of the page.
https://sites.google.com/a/qcusd.org/nbjhsvernon/activities
kvernon2@qcusd.org
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