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1 Chem 391 ± Advanced Writing Using Chemical Literature The Writing Process Planning and Outlines Writing as a Process Compared to Problem Solving Problem Solving (DPIC) Describe Problem restate; identify key questions List Known Information list equations, data, etc. Plan an Approach create flow chart, PERT, etc. Implement the Plan Check Results evaluate reasonableness; check assumptions (Iterate from any step—let it sit) Report Solution The Writing Process Select Topic “invention”; pre-writing Collect Information do experiments; read literature Develop Thesis/Organize choose approach; outline Draft Revise and Edit review from point of view of reader; proof; get feedback (Iterate from any step—let it sit) Publish Fuller, R. “Solving Physics Problems—how do we do it?” Physics Today , 1982, September, 43 – 47. My original notes on writing as a process came from a
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