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The Writing and Revision Process

Teach high school writers the importance of revision after drafting and before proofreading
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Mark Lyons

on 21 July 2016

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Transcript of The Writing and Revision Process

This step starts
the writing process
. Any idea is fair game. Tie-up your

Inner Editor
for now, so
you can consult your

Inner Genius!
This organizes your random, creative thoughts.
Let
that critic
loose, a bit.
He'll help you put these ideas together.
Don't worry too much, though
(Roughs all stink).
This is what separates the professional from the novice.
Ideas, Voice, Word choice,
Sentence fluency, Organization
We can "RE-enVISION" our work, one
change at a time.
This is where we make great writing
look
great.
The Writing & Revision Process
See and See Again,
More Clearly
.

Revision
Rough Draft
Brainstorm
Edit & Proofread
Perfected Final
Now you have a product worth
sharing
!
Your editor
is totally in charge now.
Double-check for errors.
Triple-check.
Consult an expert.
Reread it
again
.
Success!
Make

every
thing
better

INCLUDING:
Relationships,
Artistic Endeavors,
Scholastic Performance,
Athletic Pursuits,
Life in General,
Hobbies

The Relationship between
revision
and
editing
is sometimes confusing. Though they are two discrete processes, they can and should both be happening at once.
Revision
is making improvements.
Editing
is fixing errors.
First
, revise
your
rough draft

until
i
t is
filled
with changes.
Second
, transcribe it all to a clean
second draft
and revise some more.
Third
,
do it again
(you may continue this process until you arrive at a product you're proud to own). Professional writers often go through this process
ten times
.
This is just proof-reading to the max.

A students
do this
!
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