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Zee writing process notes
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  • 1. “Hunting Is Not Those Heads on the Wall” “Thought is more important than art. Art is one of the many products of thought. An impressive one, perhaps the most impressive one, but to revere art, and have no understanding of the process that forces it into existence, is finally not even to understand what art is.” --Amiri Baraka
  • 2. Zee Writing Process
  • 3. I: Prewriting A. Know your materials… B. Read C. Think D. Discuss E. bserve WORDS “Go out into the world, and see it in a new way. Come back, and write it down.” --Mr. Yost
  • 4. II: Predrafting A. Writing without purpose B. Brainstorm, list, cluster, freewrite C. No thinking! D. Triggering subject  real subject
  • 5. III: Drafting A. Writing with Purpose B. Experiment  Discovery C. Focus on content, not mechanics D. Double space E. Keep everything
  • 6. IV: Revising A. Let it marinate B. Read aloud C. Worry about ideas, organization, and voice D. Don’t be afraid to change E. Rewrite
  • 7. V: Editing A. Fine-toothed comb B. Read aloud C. Read backwards D. Worry about mechanics, word choice, sentence fluency, and aesthetics E. Always involve someone else

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