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Transcript of Writer's Notebook
Editing and Proofreading
Being Objective in our Revision
Types of Revision We Use Con'td
Types of Revision We Use
Is when we look at the "big picture" of our paper. We look for the things that effect the paper's meaning as a whole.
Is where we focus on specific parts of our paper to fix issues with our paper.
Writer's Notebook 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
An Article to Read
How Does Revision Make Writing Stronger?
for self-revising and peer-revising
Questions to Consider When Revising
Please read the section "Why and How to Revise."
Exploring Essential Questions
Click on the link to read the article:
Editing is when we start to think about our reader. How do we make what we have written easier to read for our reader?
Proofreading is when we fix conventional mistakes, like misspelled words, punctuation, subject-verb agreement, etc.
What is Objectivity?
Please read the section of the article titled
Below is a definition for the word "objective."
Some of the questions from the article to consider in revision:
Did I say what I intended to say?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of my writing?