The writing process

Jackson Brus

Brainstorming

  • the fist step in the writing process is brainstorming
  • brainstorming involves just getting all of your ideas on paper
  • while brainstorming, it is important to not censor or be neat, just write


Prewriting

  • Prewriting is the step where you first organize your thoughts
  • You have to turn your ideas into sentences and determine what order they should go in
  • You also need a topic sentence and a conclusion


Compose (Rough Draft)

  • While writing a rough draft you should make sure that your sentences are in the correct order
  • It is very important for your sentences to make sense
  • Be sure to color code your sentences

Evaluation

  • Evaluation is just like it sounds, evaluate yourself, or, ask someone else to evaluate you
  • evaluation is mainly just overall making sense


Revision

  • Revision is basically changing the main ideas and overall appearance
  • Make sure all of your ideas are in order and you think it looks good


Editing

  • Editing is pretty much going over all of the fine points in details
  • While editing, you should look for all of your grammar and spelling mistakes


Publishing/sharing

  • Just like it sounds, turn it in to your teacher, or just share it


well, this video really sums up the writing process

The Writing Process

The 6 traits of writing

Ideas

Choose a topic that interests you and be sure to include facts and details


Organization

Topic sentence/conclusion=green

Main ideas=yellow(transitions)

details=red

Voice

Speak in a way that shows rather than tells



Word Choice

Use specific nouns and verbs, and don't forget to use a thesaurus


Sentence Fluency

Make sure that you don't have any short, choppy sentences; you want to have a variety of sentence lengths

Conventions

editing is the basics, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and overall appearance


Write Tools

T Table

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Core 4

there are four main topic sentence types: number statement, simple statement, situation stance, and interrogotive


Transitions

Transitions include: first, second, third, next, then, later, equally important, and many more


Main Ideas(yellow)

Main ideas are yellow because they tell you to slow down, its a new topic


Details(red)

Details are red because they tell you: STOP tell me more about this topic


Conclusion(green)

Conclusions are green because they are telling you that you have come full-circle and are close to being back at the begining