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Wehling1 Zachary Wehling 12JAN2019 ENC1102 Writing as a Process The writing process makes a lot of sense when writing papers. As writing papers can be a difficult task this process helps break it down to be more easy to accomplish. There are many processes that can be used to make writing more of an ease than a hassle. These include freewriting, brainstorming, and making charts or diagrams. Freewriting is writing down every idea that comes to your head about the topic, and not worrying about if they make sense or not. It is all about bringing all ideas forward at first and organizing them later. Brainstorming is similar, but the difference would be discussing your ideas with someone else. This would be good because validating ideas is a good way to know that the writing flows and sounds good to readers. Also discussing the paper is a good way to get new ideas from an outside source. Ideas
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