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writing process.pptx

  1. 1. Getting from Nothing to Something
  2. 2.  The 1st step of the writing process.
  3. 3.  Choose your topic  Identify your audience  Identify your purpose  Gather supporting details
  4. 4.  Write for a limited amount of time on whatever comes to mind  Formalized list-making  Bubble map (also called mapping or webbing)  Formulate questions you have about the topic then look for answers (research)
  5. 5.  Anyone who is going to “receive” your work
  6. 6.  Amount of information  Word choice  Kinds of details  Formal/Informal
  7. 7.  Why you’re writing  What you want to accomplish
  8. 8.  Inform – research paper  Entertain – descriptive essay  Persuade – persuasive essay  Explain
  9. 9.  Word choice  Organization  Kinds of details
  10. 10.  The 2nd step of the writing process
  11. 11.  Turn prewriting ideas into sentences  Group sentences into paragraphs  Organize the paragraphs based on purpose  Get something that looks like a formal piece of writing
  12. 12.  The point the writing supports
  13. 13.  One sentence that tells what the entire essay is going to be about  All paragraphs in the essay support the thesis statement  Determines how many and what kinds of details go in the essay
  14. 14.  One sentence that tells what the paragraph is going to be about  All sentences in the paragraph support the topic sentence
  15. 15.  Whether the paper is written formally or informally  Determined by audience and purpose
  16. 16.  Important decisions to be made during drafting  Supporting details have to go in an order that makes sense  Determined by purpose
  17. 17.  Chronological – time order  Spatial order – how details are related to other details; as you become aware of them; always has a starting point  Compare & contrast – based on similarities and differences  Emphatic order – based on order of importance
  18. 18.  The 3rd step in the writing process
  19. 19.  All details relate to the topic All paragraphs in the essay relate to the thesis All sentences in the paragraph relate to the topic sentence
  20. 20.  Details are arranged in a way that makes sense
  21. 21.  Your writing needs to make sense  You need to include all necessary details  You need to get rid of any unnecessary details
  22. 22.  The 4th step in the writing process
  23. 23.  Grammar (fragments, run-ons, usage errors)  Mechanics (punctuation, capitalization)  Spelling
  24. 24.  Good papers look bad if they have a lot of errors  Errors get in the way of content  Editing errors put your reader in a bad mood 
  25. 25.  The 5th step in the writing process
  26. 26.  Turning it in
  27. 27.  Print a clean copy – no marks, stains, etc.  Flat and neat – not wrinkled or torn  Stapled in the upper left-hand corner
  28. 28.  You want to make a good first impression
  29. 29.  Cycle through the first four steps until the paper is finished and ready to turn in  Can do more prewriting during drafting  Can do more drafting after revising  Can edit during drafting
  30. 30. The writing process IS NOT linear!!! (It is cyclical.)

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