Alesha Tackett Midterm Reflection Assignment

Alesha Tackett Midterm Reflection Assignment - ENC 3250...

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ENC 3250 PROFESSIONAL WRITING: MIDTERM REFLECTION BY: ALESHA TACKETT 10/09/2015
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CHAPTER ONE: THE WRITING PROCESS In this chapter I learned the 5 steps of the writing process which include: Preparation Research Organization Writing Revising When preparing for your writing I learned that you need to find the purpose of your writing. When doing your research you need to find credible sources to back up your claim. When organizing you need to think about the design, layout, and the format. The writing step is your rough draft. Revising is when you check over all your work, correct any mistakes, and also make sure your work is clear to the reader.
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CHAPTER ONE: THE WRITING PROCESS AUDIENCE In this chapter I learned a lot about the audience and how you always have to consider their needs and wants. You always want to ask questions to yourself before beginning your writing. For example: who your readers are, who is going to be reviewing your document, what is your reader expecting, and also knowing information about your reader can help you a lot. According to our text book you have to determine the readers’ needs relative to your purpose and goals by asking key questions during preparation (Alred, Brusaw, & Oliu, 2012).
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CHAPTER ONE: THE WRITING PROCESS To learn how to incorporate the 5 steps of the writing process I had to write an analysis assignment that revolved around purpose and audience. I had to analyze their purpose for the video that was made and if it was an
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