The Writing Process. Part One: Planning and Shaping Pre-writing. Writing as Process. Writing is a process—not an “event”
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So, professional writers don’t just sit down and write. Instead, they engage in a series of activities that starts the moment they begin thinking about a subject and ends with proofreading the final draft.
Good writing is rewriting, again and yet again.
Professional writing is filled with additions, deletions, rewordings, and rearrangements.
Writing is an ongoing process of considering alternatives and making choices
Freewriting can help you determine how much you know about a topic
Before beginning your paper, after identifying a topic, write as quickly as you can without stopping for five or ten minutes. You should focus on a free flow of ideas. Write down anything that comes to mind, even if it does not directly relate to the topic. The goal of this is to keep your mind active…