The Writing Process

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Consider how the writing process you read about in this class differs from the process you have used in the past. What specifically have you done in the past compared to what you read about this week? .

The process that I have read about in this class differs a lot from the process I have used in the past in many different ways. I n the past when I was given a writing assignment if research was needed I just found the basic information I needed and write the paper. After the readings this week I have learned that there are few main questions and things you should always ask yourself before beginning your writing process. The first thing I learned was to think about your readers, asking yourself what or how much they need to know about your topic. Secondly, I learned how to classify my topic so that it would be written in the right format. By doing this I will be able to write my paper in the correct point of view which helps make your paper more objective. Lastly, I learned how to organize my paper in the right steps from prewriting, drafting, revising and editing which are all the steps in creating the great paper. In the past I never taught about these few basic steps to help me in my writings it was always more of just getting the information needed to complete the assignment and not going above and beyond to make it a more creative paper.

1. Which step in the writing process is the easiest for you to complete? Why is it easier?

The step in the writing process that would be the easiest for me to complete is editing. Editing is arranging, revising, and preparation of the paper. This is the phase of the paper where most of the harder work is done. The paper has been prewritten, drafted, and revised. The only thing left to do now is to put the finishing touches on the paper. This includes, but is not limited to checking for spelling errors, correct grammar, punctuation, proper sentence structure, and so on. Things like formatting, font,...
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