The Writing Process

The Writing Process - The easier step is Prewriting. I very...

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CheckPoint: The Writing Process The writing process is a helpful in becoming a better writer. The writing process in this class differs slightly from the process I have used in the past. Some steps are easier, and some steps are harder for me to complete. There are different ways that I can overcome the difficult steps I need to complete. The writing process that I read about in this class differs slightly from the process I have used in the past. When drafting, I never made a point to create a thesis statement, I just tried to come up with something as I was writing. I also never made an outline. I used the mind map from my prewriting to construct my paper. Also, when editing my paper, I never looked for fragment or run-on sentences. Some steps are easier and some steps are harder for me to complete.
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Unformatted text preview: The easier step is Prewriting. I very rarely have a difficult time making a mind map about the topic I am writing on. The hardest step is editing. I have a hard time catching my grammatical mistakes, and also catching words that I have typed twice. I have thought of different ways I can overcome my difficulty with editing to become a more effective writer. Instead of editing my paper as soon as I finish reading it, I will set my paper off to the side and go back to it. This will give a break from my paper so that I do not feel overloaded when I go to edit it. I will also have my husband read through my paper. By allowing someone else to also edit my paper, it will help to catch the smaller things that might have escaped me while I was re-reading my paper....
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