6 Traits of Writing
Conventions Rockin' the Six Traits of Writing
Brainstorming / Prewriting
Brainstorming / Prewriting are where you think of what you want to write about and make a T-table to organize it. A T-table is where you organize your topic, your main ideas and you details.
Composing is where you make you rough draft.
Evaluation / Revision
Evaluation / Revision is where you take an evaluation sheet and fill it out. Once you have filled out this sheet you can see if you need to make any revisions.
Editing is where you change your writing and look to make sure you use correct conventions. You will also make you final draft.
Publishing is where you publish you finnal draft.
Core 4 Topic Sentences
There are four basic types of topic sentences. Simple statement is just a simple sentence. Number statement is a sentence that talks about the quantity of something. Question is a question. Situation / stance is where you leave your reader a cliffhanger.
Transitions are needed in every main idea sentence. The transitions just help the sentence flow.