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  • The Writing Process References © 2001 by Ruth Luman Steps in Writing an Essay Pre-Writing Planning and Organizing Drafting Revising and Editing Final Draft!
    • Writing an essay takes time. That’s why writing is often
    • referred to as a process . In other words, there are several
    • steps to go through before you have a complete essay ready
    • to turn in for a grade. In this lesson we will talk about those
    • steps. They are:
    Introduction What is the writing process ?
    • Pre-Writing
    • Organizing
    • Drafting
    • Revising and Editing
    • Handing in a Final Copy
    • Pre-writing literally means, “before writing.” Before you
    • actually begin writing your essay, you will need to do the
    • following things:
    Pre-Writing Step One
    • brainstorm or generate ideas for
    • your topic
    • choose a topic to write on
    • focus in on central ideas
    • Making an outline can help you organize what you want to
    • write. This is a rough plan for your essay and can help make
    • the process of writing much easier.
    Organizing Step Two
    • Essay Outline
    • Introduction Thesis: _____________________
    • Body 1. Topic Sentence: _____________
    • - supporting idea
    • - supporting idea 2. Topic Sentence: ____________
    • - supporting idea
    • - supporting idea
    • 3. Topic Sentence: ____________
    • - supporting idea
    • - supporting idea
    • Conclusion
    • After getting ideas and making an outline of your essay,
    • it is time to start writing the essay. When you begin writing
    • your rough draft, try to remember the following guidelines.
    Drafting Step Three
    • Don’t worry about writing the ‘perfect’ paper
    • the first time.
    • Your goal in writing a rough draft is to develop
    • and support the ideas listed in your outline.
    • Don’t focus on spelling and grammar as you
    • write your rough draft. You can check this later
    • in the writing process.
    • After you write your first draft, go back over it and look for
    • ways to improve your essay in content and organization.
    • This step is called revision. After you revise for content and
    • organization, begin editing your draft for spelling, grammar,
    • punctuation, and sentence structure errors.
    Revising and Editing Step Four Content and Organization Spelling, Grammar, Punctuation, etc. Revision Editing
    • The last step is turning in your essay to be graded. Look
    • at the guidelines below for turning in the final draft of your
    • essay.
    The Final Copy Step Five  word-processed  all new paragraphs indented five spaces  8 ½ by 11 inch white paper  double spaced, size 12 font  one inch margins on all sides
  • Evaluation
    • Now, you are ready to review what you’ve learned. Click on the button
    • below to return to Unit A. Do the interactive exercise. Then click on
    • the essay rubric link to see how your essay will be evaluated.
  • References
    • PowerPoint Presentation by Ruth Luman: Modesto Junior College.
    • Reid, J. (1993). Teaching ESL Writing. New
    • Jersey: Prentice Hall Regents.
    • This project incorporates portions of copyrighted works. These items are included under the fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law and have been prepared according to the educational fair use guidelines. They are restricted from further use.