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The Writing Process

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Allie Hachey

on 1 March 2013

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By Allie Hachey The Writing Process Invention
Composition
Revision Invention Composition Revision *Helpful Hints* The writing process is a must when it comes to writing a paper. It helps with the whole organization of it. When you just start writing, different ideas can be all over the place and the paper might not make much sense. Using the writing process makes it much easier, fluent, organized and complete. These are the three main components of the writing process. After invention, it's time to put the ideas into order. Briefly construct the paper using paragraphs, sentences and organization. It's the first draft... of course it's not perfect this is just the "skeleton" of the paper. Introduction It is the last step and to make things easier it is broken down into two parts. Invention is all thoughts jotted down in no order, to make no sense. It is just to get an idea of what is going to be written. IDEAS THOUGHTS OPINIONS BRAINSTORMING Body Conclusion Set the Context Why is it Important? Thesis Statement Build Points Develop Ideas Support Main Claim Stress the main idea restate the thesis Review Refocus
Reorder
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Cut Proofread Spell & Grammar Check
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Speak with Instructor
Visit Writing Lab Before handing in the paper, it is always a good idea to get someone else to check it over. Always remember to have it in the correct format and have the correct title page according the type of paper. Make sure it is saved in more than one place... loosing all your work can happen. Need Ideas? One of the hardest things about writing is coming up with ideas and basic points to support that main idea. Here are some tips. Research your topic so you can become more informed, therefore making it easier to expand more on your ideas and your personal thoughts. Write down anything that comes to mind when you think of your topic; it doesn't have to make sense at first. Ask yourself questions! Simple questions like who? What? Where? Why? How? Keep in mind who your audience is and why you are writing the paper. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/composition/organization.htm Here is a link to a website on the importance of organization. Things to check for when reviewing: Does the paper flow? Do you have a clear thesis? Do you have paragraph structure? Do you have a clear communication of ideas? Are some sentences/paragraphs off topic? Do all the paragraphs relate? Example Outline

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