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The Writing Process. When and How to Use it. Prewriting. In this step of the writing process you brainstorm ideas for your writing. During this step you determine A word list for writing Type of writing Your audience Your purpose. Brainstorming Techniques. Freewriting Clustering

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The writing process

The Writing Process

When and How to Use it


Prewriting
Prewriting

  • In this step of the writing process you brainstorm ideas for your writing.

  • During this step you determine

    • A word list for writing

    • Type of writing

    • Your audience

    • Your purpose


Brainstorming techniques
Brainstorming Techniques

  • Freewriting

  • Clustering

  • Brainstorming

  • List Making & Scratch Outlining

  • Questioning

  • Reading Literature & Doing Research

  • Keeping a Journal (Discussion Board or Blog)


Rough draft
Rough Draft

  • In this stage you MUST skip lines when writing.

  • During this stage you write without much attention to:

    • Punctuation

    • Grammar

    • Neatness

  • The purpose of this stage:

    • To get your ideas on paper


Rough draft1
Rough Draft

  • This stage is meant for your to get your ideas on paper without being afraid of making mistakes in:

    • Grammar

    • Capitalization

    • Punctuation

    • Paragraph Structure


Peer editing
Peer Editing

  • In this stage you:

    • Share rough drafts

    • Make suggestions to each other for improvement

    • Help better understand writing by asking

      • Who

      • What

      • When

      • Where

      • Why

      • How

    • Look for better words to express ideas


Revising
Revising

  • In this stage your use the suggestions from your classmates to:

    • Make additions to writing

    • Clarify details

    • Improve writing on your own


Editing
Editing

  • During this stage you work with your teacher to:

    • Correct spelling

    • Correct punctuation


Final draft
Final Draft

  • During this stage you produce a copy of your writing with:

    • All corrections from the editing stage

  • Discuss the Final Draft with your teacher once all corrections have been made


Publishing
Publishing

  • This is the final stage of the writing process

  • In this stage you:

    • Make a final copy using your neatest handwriting

    • Make a final copy using word processing

    • Blog your final piece of writing


Your writing assignment
Your Writing Assignment

  • You will be writing an essay about what your family does for the holidays (Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, etc.)

  • You will be completing and turning in each step of the writing process in class.

  • Each stage of the writing process will be a part of your grade.


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