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Writing 2

  1. 1. Writing 2 By:Pebri Rusiana Dewi Menu
  2. 2. The Writing Process Standard MaterialCompetence Basic ExampleCompetenceIndicators Exercises
  3. 3. Standard CompetenceApplying the process of writing to create meaningful paragraph. Menu
  4. 4. Basic Competences1. Recognizing the process of writing.2. Creating a good paragraph. Menu
  5. 5. Indicators1. Students can know the writing process.2. Students can use the writing process in order to develop and extend your thinking.3. Students can analize ideas in writing. Menu
  6. 6. The Stages of The Writing Process1. Prewriting2. Writing3. Revising4. Editing5. Publishing Menu
  7. 7. 1. PrewritingPrewriting is the vital first stage of the writing process. As a minimum, prewriting means coming up with an idea. Ideas and inspiration Ideas are around you. You can write about your daily life or your inspiration. Building on the idea These are the methods of the building on the idea:o Free writing: Open a new document or start a new page, and write everything that comes into the head about the chosen topic.o Brainstorming: Write the idea or topic in the center of the page. Example
  8. 8. The Example of Brainstorming Description My House Occupants Men WomenLiving Room My My Old Bedroom Father Brother My Kitchen Me Rooms Situation MotherDining Room Bathroom Comfortable Safe Back Stages
  9. 9. 2. Writing At this stage, don’t worry about word-count, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Justkeep writing. Stages
  10. 10. 3. Revising The revision stage is sometimes summedup with A.R.R.R.(Adding, Rearranging, Removing, Replacing).
  11. 11. A.R.R.R• Adding This is a good point to go back to the prewriting notes. Look for the idea which will be used or which will not be used.• Rearranging The writing may need rearranging to make sure the typing order.• Removing It is needed to take out a few paragraphs.• Replacing If a particular paragraph isn’t working, try to rewrite it. Back Next
  12. 12. Some things to check for are:• Have you used the same word too many times?• Are any of your sentences hard to understand?• Which words could you cut to make a sentence stronger?• Are your sentences grammatically correct?• Is everything spelt correctly?• Have you used punctuation marks correctly? Back Stages
  13. 13. 4. EditingThe editing stage is distinct from revision, and needs to be done after revising. When editing, go through piece line by line and make sure that each sentence, phrase and word is as strong as possible. Stages
  14. 14. 5. PublishingPublishing is the final stage of the writing process. This means different things depending on the pieces which are working on.• Bloggers need to upload, format and post their piece of completed work.• Students need to produce a final copy of their work in the correct format.• Journalists need to submit their piece to an editor.• Fiction writers send their story to a magazine or competition. Next
  15. 15. ConclusionThe five stages of the writing process are a way for writing well. Back Menu
  16. 16. Example Question: What is the journalists activity?a. Journalists need to submit their piece to an editor.b. Journalists need to produce a final copy on their work in correct format.c. Journalists need to upload, format and post their piece of completed work.d. Journalists send their story to a magazine or competition.e. Jounalists rewrite their work. Answer
  17. 17. Answer: AExplanation:The journalists activity is journalists need to submit their piece to an editor. Menu
  18. 18. Exercises1. What are the stages of the writing process?a. Prewriting, writing, removing, editing, publishing.b. Prewriting, writing, revising, rearranging, publishing.c. Publishing, writing, removing, editing, prewriting.d. Prewriting, writing, revising, editing, publishing.e. Publishing, revising, removing, editing, prewriting.
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  21. 21. 2. What is the meaning of prewriting?a. The meaning of prewriting is coming up with an idea.b. The meaning of prewriting is the final stage of the writing process.c. The meaning of the writing process is an idea.d. The meaning of the writing process is the second stage of the writing process.e. The meaning of the writing process is distinct from revision.
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  24. 24. 3. What are the methods of the building on the idea?a. Replacing and rearrangingb. Removing and editingc. Free writing and branstormingd. Rearranging and addinge. Brainstorming and adding
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  27. 27. 4. The second stage of the writing process is...a. Prewritingb. Writingc. Revisingd. Editinge. Publishing
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  30. 30. 5. What is the continuation of A.R.R.R?a. Adding, Revising, Removing, Replacingb. Adding, Removing, Rearranging, Revisingc. Adding, Reducing, Rearranging, Replacingd. Adding, Rearranging, Removing, Replacinge. Adding, Removing, Revising, Replacing
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  33. 33. 6. The revising may need rearranging. What is the function of rearraging?a. The function of rearranging is to make sure the typing order.b. The function of rearranging is to take out a few paragraphs.c. The function of rearranging is to rewrite a writing.d. The function of rearranging is to edit a writing.e. The function of rearranging is to publish the writing to the people.
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  36. 36. 7. In revising, we need to check. Below are some things to check, except...a. Have you used the same word too many times?b. How many the sentences?c. Are any of your sentences hard to understand?d. Are your sentences grammatically correct?e. Is everything spelt correctly?
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  39. 39. 8. What is the editing?a. The editing is the first stage of the writing process.b. The editing is the vital stage.c. The editing is the final stage.d. The editing is sometimes summed up with the A.R.R.R. (Adding, Rearranging, Removing, Replaci ng).e. The editing is distinct from revision, and needs to be done after revising.
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  42. 42. 9. The final stage of the writing process is called...a. Revisingb. Rearrangingc. Prewritingd. Publishinge. Writing
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  45. 45. 10. What is the students activity in publishing?a. Students need to write the idea.b. Students need to submit their piece to an editor.c. Students neeed to edit their writing.d. Students need to upload their writing.e. Students need to produce a final copy of their work in the correct format.
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  48. 48. Thank You For Your Attention.

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