The Writing Process

Audi Eichhorn

The Writing Process

  1. Prewrite
  2. Writing
  3. Responding
  4. Revising
  5. Edit
  6. Publish


Brainstorming

To start, we have to brainstorm a topic. The topic must enjoy or interest's you.




Writing Process

Prewriting

Now, write down your ideas. Sometimes it could be a bubble chart, a list, or other methods.




Writing

Next, we write a rough draft. The rough draft is your idea of what your document will be like. It can be changed at ANY time.


Evaluation

Evaluation is when you break down your document. You can look for things that you don't think about when writing your document.


Editing

Editing is almost like Evaluation. You search for errors, missing words, capitalization, and punctuation.


Publishing

The final step! You have done all that has been needed to be done. Now it is time for you to share your document.


The Six Traits of Writing

  1. Ideas
  2. Organization
  3. Word Choice
  4. Voice
  5. Conventions
  6. Sentence Fluency


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Ideas

Choose a strong topic. Use strong details.


Organization

Your writing must be neat and legible.


Word Choice

Choose your words carefully. Use words that grip the attention of the reader.


Voice

Use your own style of writing. Don't copy any one else's writing.


Conventions

You must have capital letters, punctuation, and spaces between words. This helps the reader know what your talking about.


Sentence Fluecy

Your writing must flow smoothly and be easy to read. Start each sentence differently. You may have long and short sentences.


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