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Power Point Extra Unit 8 - Goal You now have your feedback...

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Goal: You now have your feedback from the Writing Center. The goal of this presentation is to demonstrate how to take that information and continue to transform your work into a finished final project.
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Question: What direction does the second draft take? Now that we have worked through drafting and initial revision, we can focus on some additional ideas to take the essay further up the ladder of success. See the slides that follow for some great ideas about revision!
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Step 1: Understand revision. Revision is simply the process of “re- seeing” the essay. The acronym “ARMS” can help writers remember important steps in revision. The next slide shows how!
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Step 2: Use the “ARMS” technique to revise: Do I need to Add anything? -- a word, a phrase, a sentence, a description. Do I need to Remove anything? Did I repeat myself? Do I need to Move anything? -- a word, a phrase , a sentence, a paragraph Do I need to Substitute anything? – a word, phrase, a sentence
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ARMS: A word about adding . . .
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