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The Writing Process

An overview of the writing process for SCAA Writing Tutor Training at CSU East Bay.
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Helen Ly

on 9 October 2015

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Transcript of The Writing Process

the student center for academic achievement
california state university east bay
The Writing Process
THe Writer
global concerns
Prewriting / invention
Revision involves Re-seeing the entire essay and rewriting to make ideas clearer, more cohesive, and more developed.
re-vision
prewriting involves Gathering ideas without concerns of whether they can be used or not in the final product.
editing and proofreading
drafting involves forming ideas into more complete forms, such as sentences, paragraphs, etc. a complete draft can be completed in many sittings.
drafting (composing)
local concerns
READING TO CORRECT THE FORM

sentence construction
grammar
punctuation
spelling
READING FOR "THE BIG PICTURE" AND PRIMARILY FOR MEANING

Strong and clear thesis
logical organization
focus
audience
purpose
brainstorming
ideas (good and bad)
collecting data
researching and reading sources
understanding rhetorical context
editing and Proofreading focus on
the sentence-level aspects of the paper.
"[O]UR GOAL IS TO PRODUCE
BETTER WRITERS, NOT BETTER WRITING."


-sTEPHEN NORTH,
"tHE iDEA OF THE WRITING CENTER"

works consulted
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