checkpoint the writing process

checkpoint the writing process - writing and I do not like...

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The steps in the writing process that I have read about in this class do not differ from what I have learned in high school and from my father. My dad taught me early on that I should pre- write, do a rough draft, revise, and then edit. I love writing and I do this four step process with everything that I write. The easiest step for me to complete is the drafting. Once I have my pre- writing done I create an outline and include everything that I am going to be discussing in my writing. Having a detailed outline makes it so much easier when I go to type up my writing. The most difficult step for me to complete depends on what I am writing about. If I am writing about something that I love then I do not really have a difficult step. However, if it is an assigned
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Unformatted text preview: writing and I do not like the topic the pre-writing is the hardest thing for me to do. I usually use the clusters when I pre-write. It keeps everything organized, but when I am writing about something I do not necessarily like it is harder for me to think of things to write about. Sometimes I have to read online or in a book about the subject to really get my brain going. I think I can become a more effective writer by learning to love everything that I have to write about. In school I am not always going to get to choose the topic of my papers, so I might as well get used to it....
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2010 for the course COM/150 AAAF0OH371 taught by Professor Robinjackson during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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