6 Traites of Writing
Choice a topic that interests students and what fits the assignment. Also it should contain plenty of specific ideas and details.
It needs to include these following steps:
- topic sentences
- transition words and good word choice
- good details
- conclusion sentences
voice is where you speck in a engaging way that keeps readers wanting more!
- use specific nouns/verbs
- exiting adjectives/adverbs
- use the thesaurus
- combine choppy sentences
- use variety of sentence beginnings
- use simple compound sentences
- use evaluations and to revise
- edit using COPS
Conventions Rockin' the Six Traits of Writing
The Writing Process
Brainstorming is were you think about ideas before you write.
Prewriting is where you write some ideas to add into the compose. and t-table green is topic and conclusion yellow is main ideas and pink is small ideas.
Compose is where you write your rough draft/sloppy copy
Evaluation is to look over what you have just written.
It's where you look of all you've done and fix mistakes.
Go over all your work correct your mistakes.
go over everything then make a hard copy or share it.
you need transitions in your main idea sentences/ yellow also you must have four main ideas.