The%2BWriting%2BProcess

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Madman, Architect, Carpenter, Judge
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1. The Madman:   Creative, messy, brilliant 2. Architect Madman’s ideas 3. Carpenter:   Takes the architect’s plans and  carefully “builds” a draft 4. Judge:   Checks and double-checks to make  improvements and solve problems *Terms adapted from Bryan Garner,  Legal Writing in Plain English   (2001).  See also “The Writing Process” (Ch. 5-10) in  Everyday  Writer.
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When you write, on which of these four stages do  you spend most of your time? Which of these four stages do you tend to ignore or  neglect?
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Generate ideas through: 1.  Researching the topic and/or investigating models 2. 3.  Freewriting
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Brainstorming/listing:  generates a master list of  ideas to choose or springboard from Freewriting:  allows you to explore one or more  ideas from your list to see where your mind takes  you (without restrictions of structure or  conventions)
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“Madman” Activities handout: Listing activities Freewriting activities
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1. Consider audience.
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