The writing process

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  • 1. The writing process step 1: creating (prewriting)
  • 2. creatingChoose a topic you are enthusiastic aboutChoose a topic that fits the assignment
  • 3. creatingNarrow down the subject by making it moreand more specific.
  • 4. creatingCollect information and develop ideas, byusing outside sources and friends to collectopinions and other ideas.
  • 5. creatingDevelop ideas by listing and clustering themin a mindmap. Use programs such asMindmeister or Free Mind.
  • 6. creatingCreate a mindmap for the following topic:The social media are a condition for politicalpower.
  • 7. Step 2: planningOrganize your ideas into an outline:topic sentencesupporting pointsupporting detailsupporting pointsupporting detailconcluding sentence
  • 8. step 3: writingWrite the rough draft and follow your outlineas closely as possible.
  • 9. Step 4 polishingRevise and edit your writing.Look at content and organization first,Then look at grammatical issues andpunctuation.
  • 10. polishingRead carefully for a general overview;Check logic and coherence;Check whether your paragraphs have a topic sentence;Check for unity;Check for supporting details;Check your use of transition markers;Check if your writing has a concluding sentence.
  • 11. ProofreadingCheck each sentence for correctness and completeness;Check each sentence on subject and verb and subject-verb agreement.Check for correct tenses, noun plurals, articles, etc.Check punctuation, spelling and capitalization.Check for register (no abbreviated verbs, Romancelanguage etc.)
  • 12. Write the final copyWrite a final copy to hand in.