Models for Writing 2

Models for Writing 2 - 9/28/2008 1 The Direct Writing...

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Unformatted text preview: 9/28/2008 1 The Direct Writing Process 1. Define your audience. 2. Define your purpose. 3. Revise quickly. Shea Weishuhn Shea Weishuhn The Direct Writing Process Most useful when you dont have much time or when you have plenty to say. Shea Weishuhn Shea Weishuhn 9/28/2008 2 The Five-Stage Process Model Useful when needing to meet a deadline. It is especially useful for report writing. Lyndee Lawson Lyndee Lawson The Five-Stage Process Model 1. Worrying (15%) -- Let your ideas sit and stew while you do other unrelated things. Discuss ideas with others and make informal notes. Jodi Edgar Jodi Edgar 9/28/2008 3 The Five-Stage Process Model 2. Planning (10%) - Examine all possible ideas, eliminate some and arrange others in formal/informal outlines. Barbara Booker Barbara Booker The Five-Stage Process Model 3. Writing (25%) -- Follow the outline and write from start to finish. No need to correct/revise here....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course MGT 3353 taught by Professor Chiodo during the Spring '09 term at Texas State.

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