The Writing Process - thoughts on paper fast without...

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How does the writing process you read about in this class differ from the process you have used in the past? I never had a process when writing about something in the past. I would start writing and see were it would take me. I then would go back and fix any grammar errors, and anything else that I may have missed. The writing process that I read about in class is more organized than the method that I normally use. There are steps that are used in the writing process that I usually did not use in my own writings. Which step in the writing process is easiest for you to complete? Which step is the most difficult? The easiest step in the writing process for me would be the brainstorming process that is a part of step one in the writing process. I enjoy brainstorming, because I can get a lot of my
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Unformatted text preview: thoughts on paper fast without worrying about grammar errors. The most difficult step in the writing process would be documenting sources which is apart of step two in the writing process. I find this difficult, because when I find what I am looking for I start to type it out and tell myself that I will go back and cite the source. I need to stop and cite the source, then move on to the next part. How can you overcome this obstacle to become a more effective writer? I believe I can overcome my obstacle of documenting sources, if I exercise the correct way to cite the source. I need to also cite the source immediately after finding the information that I was searching for. I plan to incorporate the writing processes that I read about, and use them to my best ability....
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2010 for the course AXIA crt 205 taught by Professor Tracyclaire during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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