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Your quiz has been submitted successfully. Short answer questions Answer the following four questions with at least 3-5 sentences, telling what you have learned from the readings in the textbook as well as how you use this in your own writing. 15 points each Question 1 13 / 15 points What is the process you should follow in writing an essay? Describe it from receiving the assignment to turning in your product. The process that should be followed when writing an essay is the writing process. The writing process consists of prewriting, planning, drafting, revising, and editing. Prewriting is brainstorming and jotting down ideas that come to mind about the topic. Planning is preparing an outline of the ideas that were came up with. Drafting is forming the ideas into organized paragraphs. Revising is reviewing the essay. At this time ideas can be added or removed to make the article stronger. Editing is addressing grammatical and spelling errors. Question 2 14 / 15 points What process would you recommend to another student on how to revise an essay? Use what you know from the course, as well as what you know from your experience. My recommendation to another student on how to revise an essay would be to remember to write for the reader to understand. For example, a reader shouldn't have to read the article that is being talked about they should be able to understand from the information given in the essay. The thesis should be strong and easy for the reader to grasp. Another suggestion would be to only include important aspects of the writing. Not too little information but not too much at the same time. Always check for grammatical and spelling errors. A good way to do so is using spell check and or reading the information aloud. Lastly I would recommend having another person revise the essay as well. At times we don't see any errors in our work that can be easily identified by someone else.
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