The Writing Process Checkpoint

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The Writing Process Checkpoint Com 150 Crystal Webb 12/10/09 How does the writing process you read about in this class differ from the process you have used in the past? The writing processes I’ve used in the past are similar to the one in this class. However, I use to revise and edit at the same time. I thought it was one step instead of two different steps. One other difference is that I don’t usually take the time to prewrite. I would just come up with ideas in my head, and write the paper. Which step in the writing process is easiest for you to complete? Which step is the most difficult? The easiest step for me to complete is the editing step. I read my paper out loud to myself and can pick up on my mistakes. I don’t usually have spelling errors, do to
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Unformatted text preview: spell check. The most difficult step for me to complete is the drafting process. I usually skip this step. It’s hard for me not to fix the mistakes I see while I’m drafting. I write the entire paper at once, and fix the errors in the same sitting. How might you overcome this obstacle to become a more effective writer? I’m going to focus on completing each step of the writing process. I have done steps like this before in high school. To be honest I thought it was a waste of time. I’m dedicated to following the steps. I want to see how it will improve my writing. I also think following the steps will relieve some of the stress I get over writing papers....
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course COM 150 150 taught by Professor Courtright during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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