Six Traits of Writing
T-tables are organizers that help you put the right ideas in the right sentence. On the left side of the T, you put down Topic Sentence or Main Ideas and things like that.
Core 4 Topic Sentence Sheet
The Core 4 Topic Sentence Sheet is and organizer for doing plans of different types of topic sentences.
Transitions are different sentence beginnings to use for your piece of writing. Some of these transitions start like, first, second, to begin, and next.
The Writing Process
Brainstorming can be pretty simple. All you have to do is think of a topic that interests you. If your teacher picks the topic for you, then you don't have to do any brainstorming.
In prewriting, you mostly do planning. Some of the planning methods include, T-tables, Core 4 Topic Sentences to plan out your topic sentences.
Compose (Rough Draft)
Once you are finished with planning, the next step is Composing. Composing is writing your rough draft.
Evaluation is mainly going over all of your sentences and looking for mistakes and making sure the sentences run smoothly and there is no repeating of a word too much.
Revision is going over all the big mistakes and conventions you have on your rough draft. This is also the time when you take out sentences or revise sentences.
Editing is one of the last steps of the writing process. Editing is when you type your final copy.
Publishing is the last step of The Writing Process. This when you finish your final copy and share your piece of writing with people.