Exploring Your Writing Process

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Exploring Your Writing  Process This unit is designed to give you the  opportunity to watch yourself generate  an essay, from the inspiration of an  idea to the revision of a final draft.
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Exploring Your Writing  Process At the completion of this exercise, you  will be able to: 1) Generate ideas through pre-writing  strategies. 2) Compose a draft for an appropriate  audience
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Exploring Your Writing  Process At the completion of this exercise, you  will be able to: 3) Revise a draft, shifting from one  mode or pattern as necessary. 4) Proofread and edit for correctness in  preparing the final copy for  submission.
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Exploring Your Writing  Process Begin this unit by reading the following  four prompts:
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Exploring Your Writing  Process Topic 1 Perhaps one of the most fundamental social needs is developing  personal control for one’s own affairs.  In an increasingly specialized and 
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2009 for the course ENGL 1302 taught by Professor None during the Spring '08 term at Tarrant County.

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