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  • 1. Did you experience the following:
    • Duplication of effort
    • False starts
    • Changes direction
    • Wasted time
    • Outright blunders
  • 2. Writing process
  • 3. Common Fears
    • I don’t know how to say it
    • My thoughts may not be worth saying
    • What if my grammar’s all wrong
    • What if i make a mistake
  • 4. Writing is a process. Writing is a matter of experience.
  • 5. Finding a topic
    • That interest you personally
    • That you are knowledgeable
    • Gather by
    • reading,
    • interviewing,
    • sharing,
    • listening
    • talking to
    • yourself
  • 6. sources
    • Memory
    • Experiences
    • Goals
    • Dreams
  • 7. Prewriting
    • Sifting through a number of ideas
    • Restricting the scope
    • Devising an arrangement
    • Determine the language and tone
  • 8. Restricting the scope
    • Strategy : clustering
    • Brainstorming
    enemies friends School student
  • 9. Devising an arrangement
    • Chronological order
    • Logical Order
    • Order of importance
    • Spatial order
    • Cause and effect
    • Developmental order
    • Comparison & contrast
  • 10. The time line
  • 11. Qualities of an effective paragraph
    • Unity & cohesion
    • In each paragraph there is
    • A single experience
    • A unit of thought
  • 12. Cohesion & coherence
        • Are the thoughts hanging together? How?
    • - Connective words such as conjunctions
    • - Pronouns looking back to antecedent
    • - Repetition of key words
  • 13. Development of your thoughts
  • 14. Where is the topic sentence?
    • At the beginning
    • At the end
  • 15. Recall
    • “Alice” & “Car Chase” follow a chronological arrangement
    • “The Rope” & “Helen” are chronological but the topic sentence or theme is found at the end.
  • 16. Begin with a topic sentence Theme or topic sentence first
    • To make the reader know what the writer is trying to say
    • To help the reader see how each detail contributes to the development
  • 17. End with a theme or topic Sentence Topic sentence last
    • Purposely the topic sentence is withheld until the last to gain emphasis or to allow the writer to present his evidence before he announces his topic.
  • 18. How do you present your main thoughts? How does each of your paragraph begin
    • With supporting details at the beginning?
    • With a topic sentence (an assertion such as your beliefs,
    • with descriptions crating a dominant impression, etc .
  • 19. Where is you topic sentence?
    • How do you begin?
    • What is the arrangement of your ideas?
    • How is the development of your composition?

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