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    • by John Henry Evans and Melissa Gordon
    • Student Learning Outcomes
      • Students will feel more comfortable when given an essay topic
      • Students will be able to organize their thoughts using prewriting techniques
      • Students will understand what goes into a first draft
      • Students will understand the difference between global and local revisions
      • Students will be able to express their ideas in the best manner and order possible
      • Students will be able to recognize grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors in their own writing.
    •  
    • magic! Writing is not
    • Stages of Writing
      • Prewriting
      • Drafting
      • Revising
      • Editing
    • Prewriting
      • Prewriting is the process of coming up with ideas for your essay.
      • This is not formal, polished writing.
      • There are many prewriting techniques, but we will be discussing:
        • Brainstorming
        • Freewriting
        • Clustering
        • Outlining
    • Brainstorming Just think!
    • Freewriting Just write!
    • Clustering
      • A way of narrowing your thoughts by connecting your ideas
      • Great techniques for visual learners
    •  
    • Try it!
    • Topics to choose from
      • Who knows me best?
      • What do I worry about?
      • Something this school really needs is . . .
      • Why are soap operas so popular?
      • An unforgettable dream
      • My worst vacation
      • My first concert
    • Outlining
      • Outlining comes after you already have the ideas for your paper.
      • It is a way of laying out your thoughts before you begin writing.
      • Use bullet points to write down each concept you want to mention in the order you want to mention them.
      • For more detail, see the Writing Center’s handout on outlining.
    • Drafting
      • The draft is the first attempt to organize information.
      • Typically called a rough draft for a reason.
      • YOU WILL MAKE MISTAKES!
      • Your essay structure does not need to be perfect.
      Starring Tat and Rodell!
    • Try it! (again!)
    • Revising
      • Reworking your essay so that the ideas are expressed in the best way possible.
      • Revising is not the editing stage.
      Global Revision Local Revision Content Structure Thesis Strong supporting points Grammar, spelling, etc.
    • Thesis Statements Workshop Wednesday, January 19 th 12:30p.m. – 1:30p.m.
    • Editing
      • Editing is eliminating punctuation, grammar, and spelling mistakes.
      • Should be saved for the end of the writing process.
      • SpellCheck can be a false friend!
    • Checklist for Editing
      • Have you read your work aloud to listen for problems?
      • Did you check every possible misspelling in a dictionary?
      • Have you avoided run-ons?
      • Are you using verbs, pronouns, and modifiers correctly?
      • Have you used your punctuation correctly?
      • Are your capital letters correct?
    • How did we do?