Writing Process

By: Pranske and Jaida

Writing Process

Writing takes time so plan ahead, start early and don’t procrastinate. Not even the most famous writers can sit down and make a masterpiece without planning. In order to create a great paper or book, you need a few things. You need to brainstorm with a map. Such as a flow chart, bubble map, double bubble map, a tree diagram, etc. All these can help you narrow down on one topic, expand on a topic and compare and contrast two topics. The next step is outlining, if you don’t know what that is, it’s pretty much like a rough draft but even simpler. You put out your ideas in order and then you make the details off of the main ideas.

Now it’s time for the fun part, using your creativity and mind together to produce what you want the paper to look like in the end. Remember it’s a ROUGH draft it doesn’t need to be perfect. Just write down what you think it should look like and then that leads us to the next step, revising. Revision is looking over it again and saying to yourself is this really what I want to put here, can I move this anywhere to make it better, is it worth it. The next and almost last part is editing. You look over it and check for spelling, punctuation, grammatical errors, etc. You just really make any final changes that you need to make to make that paper go above and beyond. The last step is publishing, it’s a very short step, it’s making sure that it is as close to perfect that it could be.

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