Process note simplified requirements

Process note simplified requirements - 1 WHY WRITE PROCESS...

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1 WHY WRITE PROCESS NOTES (or, Jamie’s guide to metacognition) 1. Reflecting on and trying to articulate the inner  story of the writing and thinking that  went into composing a paper -- the what and the how and the why -- can help you  become a more conscious writer, more aware of your writing as a learnable craft rather  than as something that just mysteriously happens. In short, process writing is a way of  teaching yourself about the ins-and-outs of writing a paper, a way of beginning to take  charge of your own composing process. By practicing it, you begin to assume more  author -ity for your own work, thus freeing yourself from excessive dependence on  outside authority. One of my goals in this course is to create situations in which you  can work on becoming a better writer. One way to do that is to encourage you to devote  some time to reflecting on the craft of your own writing. 2. Another aspect of process writing, implied in #1, is that it provides you with an  opportunity to make an argument for what you’ve said, for why you’ve said it in the 
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