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An Instructional guide on the writing process

An Instructional guide on the writing process for future Com/170 students or inexperienced academic writers including the 5 step writing process, some tips on being successful in class, and tips about
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Samantha Norman

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of An Instructional guide on the writing process

Prewriting Outlining the structure of ideas Tips on being successful in class
Helps with retaining the information learned in class, also used for recapping.
Be prepared to pay attention to all information giving, because it can help with writing your papers. Outline used to stay focused on your main idea or topic.
Used as a guide and records good ideas to present the main idea. Process where you transfer your abstract thoughts into more structured sentences.

Has 4 strategies best used for deciding on a topic. An Instructional guide on the writing process for future Com/170 students or inexperienced academic writers Writing Process Writing a rough draft First complete version of the writing is developed.
Shows where additional information is needed or not supporting main idea. Revising & Editing Identify major areas of concern during the revising and editing stages.
Use peer review and check lists during the review and editing stage. Time Management Come to all classes.
Do homework and class work on time. The sooner it is done, the more time you have for extra help if needed. Tips about working in teams Be a Team Player Use criticisms to your advantage, not to be discouraged by it.
Bring to the table your ideas, because they may be helpful. Don’t be a Silent Player Speak your opinions in a respectful way.
Interact with each other together instead of doing everything separately. By: Samantha, Kimberly
& Erica
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