The Written Process
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The Written Process
* 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 have read about this week? A lot of the writing process that I read about in this class is different in some ways from what I am used to and in other ways do not use contractions or informal language in academic writing about the same. Some things plural that I have read about is singular something that I’ve learned that is for helpful to me Pre-writing review rules of capitalization I never even thought of doing that in a written process because I never tough word choice of it before and by doing that I can become a better writer. And to plan it before I write it is a good source and I am going to use it for now on sentence structure. And I never even heard of River point writer until I took these classes for writing assignments. And by using river point writer it has improved my writing a lot. Before I never really had to use Microsoft word either I used open office and it is not easy getting used to. And for what I have read had some good points for me to use such as Drafting, Revising, and so on these are good source for me to use. * Continue to work on sentence structure.
* Review rules of capitalization.
* Which step in the writing process is easiest for you to complete? Why is it easier? The step that is easiest for me to use for the writing process is the Planning before I begin to write. Because this step seems to be the best part for me because I can go back and proofread what I have writing before I turn it in for a grade. Also I feel that the Free-Writing will be a lot easier for me so that I can tell if the paper is going to get my audience attention if they’re going to be able to understand what I am writing about and if it’s going to be a good...
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