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4 Stages of Writing

Prewriting

Drafting

Revising

Editing


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Prewriting

Choose a topic

Get Ideas

Select & Organize Ideas

Purpose & Audience


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Prewriting Strategies

  • Free writing

  • Brainstorming

  • Journal writing

  • Clustering, Webbing, Mapping, Bubbling

  • Outlining

  • Ask Questions/ 5 W’s & H


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Drafting

  • Writing down ideas

  • Organize ideas into sequence

  • Provide reader with understanding


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Revising / Editing

  • Evaluate Content, Organization and Style

  • Make changes to improve the draft

  • Proofread for correct spelling, usage and mechanics

  • Seek feedback and revise


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Thesis

  • Identifies the subject of the essay

  • Standard Thesis/ Subject and Developmental Strategy

  • Expanded Thesis/ Plan of Development


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Introduction

  • Information on your topic leading to the thesis

  • Arouse interest

  • Hook the reader

  • Shock & Amaze


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Engage the reader

  • Questions

  • Anecdotes (Short Stories)

  • Quotations

  • Startling statistics and facts

  • Broad to Narrow


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Specific Details

  • Description

  • Facts/Opinions

  • Personal Experience

  • Examples

  • Beliefs

  • Events


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Quality of an Essay

  • Unity/Nothing off topic/ Detail

  • Coherence/ Sequence/ Transition

  • Organization/ Logical Pattern/ Orderly

  • Adequate Support/Elaboration/ Specific Details


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Conclusions

  • Persuade readers to do something

  • Take an action on issue

  • Change a policy

  • Make an observation

  • Understand a topic differently



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