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Process Of Writing


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Process Of Writing

  1. 1. P w re riting(Bra to ing : ins rm ) By m any educators prew riting is nowconsidered the m crucial of ost the stages in the w riting process, although it w previously the m as ost neglected. Just as athletes need to w arm up before a gam or an athletic e event, w riters also need to w arm up and get ready. Prew riting is the stage w hen w riters are getting ready to w rite. In preparing for writing, w riters have to decide on a topic, identify an audience and purpose for w riting, determ ine the appropriate form for the piece, and gather ideas and data. So eq s n toa k m ue tio s W should I w about? hat rite Is m topic too broad? y W do I knowabout the topic? hat W here can I find m inform ore ation? W is m audience? ho y W do I w them to know hat ant ? W form is appropriate? hat
  2. 2. TheDra fting(C m o ing : o ps ) During the drafting stage, som students w have difficulty e ill getting started w hile others w plunge right in. Som w draw pictures ill e ill and m ake doodles on their paper; w hile others w w continuously and ill rite seem ingly without effort. It is im portant that during this stage students are not ham pered w the m ith echanics of w riting. The idea is to get their ideas dow wn ithout letting concern about correct spelling, punctuation, and gram ar get in the w of com m ay posing. A "free flow of ideas is " encouraged. Students need to be aw are that first drafts are not finished products and that any piece of w riting can be im proved. Revisions w ill take place during the next stage in the w riting process. For now students , should sit back and let their creativity flow forth.
  3. 3. TheRe ingSta e vis g: The purpose of revision is to clarify and shape the m eaning and to organize the w riting. It is at this stage that the author rethinks w has been w hat ritten. Revision involves adding, substituting, deleting, and m oving ideas and w ords around as writers rew and polish their pieces. ork Conferring is a significant part of this stage in the w riting process. Authors read their w riting in pairs, in w riting circles, and during a conference w the teacher. Listeners respond to the ith writer by noting w they liked about the piece, asking questions hat about the author's intent or any confusing parts, and providing suggestions for im provem ent. The author alw ays has the option of incorporating the suggestions or ignoring them Ow . nership is a m ust! Students should have control of the responsibility for their ow wn riting.
  4. 4. TheEditing: Editing is the process of getting the piece ready for the audience. The w riter is expected to attend to the surface features of w riting -- m echanics, gram ar, and spelling. m Students m ust recognize that in order to com unicate m effectively w an audience, w ith riting m be free of errors that ust can interfere w the understanding of the m ith essage or can distract from the w riting itself. Brief mini lessons in capitalization, punctuation, spelling, paragraph structure, gram ar, vocabulary, and the structure of com m plete sentences should be offered repeatedly.