6 Traits of Writing
Conventions Rockin' the Six Traits of Writing
Editing is when you check your work, or fix your mistakes.
Brain Storming is when you sit down and think of different topics or ideas to talk about.
Prewriting is when you do a first draft instead of doing the nice draft right away.
A rough draft is your very first paper before you start doing the writing process on it.
Publishing is when you publish your final draft.
Revising is when you skim and scan over your work, or just read through your paragraph carefully.
Brake down your writing, and look for flaws.
The main idea is the main topic.
The detail is the tell me more.
A conclusion is summing up everything you have done.
Transitions are, phrases, number statements, starter words.
Core Four Topic Sentences
Simple sentence, number statement, question, situation stance.