Tips About Writing About Yourself

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 714
  • Published : May 12, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
Title:
Tips to writing essays about yourself

Contents (that i would do)
-Talk About Yourself
-Early Life
-School
-Plans and Dreams I Wish To Accomplish
-My Achievements Throught my life
-What did I choose this school?

First you should gather all of your ideas.Writing is a process that involves at least four distinct steps: prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. It is known as a recursive process. While you are revising, you might have to return to the prewriting step to develop and expand your ideas.

Prewriting is anything you do before you write a draft of your document. It includes thinking, taking notes, talking to others, brainstorming, outlining, and gathering information

Although prewriting is the first activity you engage in, generating ideas is an activity that occurs throughout the writing process. Drafting

Drafting occurs when you put your ideas into sentences and paragraphs. Here you concentrate upon explaining and supporting your ideas fully. Here you also begin to connect your ideas. Regardless of how much thinking and planning you do, the process of putting your ideas in words changes them; often the very words you select evoke additional ideas or implications. Don't pay attention to such things as spelling at this stage.

This draft tends to be writer-centered: it is you telling yourself what you know and think about the topic. Revising

Revision is the key to effective documents. Here you think more deeply about your readers' needs and expectations. The document becomes reader-centered. How much support will each idea need to convince your readers? Which terms should be defined for these particular readers? Is your organization effective? Do readers need to know X before they can understand Y?

At this stage you also refine your prose, making each sentence as concise and accurate as possible. Make connections between ideas explicit and clear. Editing

Check for such things as grammar, mechanics, and...
tracking img