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THE WRITING PROCESS
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Devise a game plan: schedule the  writing process Ask questions to explore your  rhetorical situation: 1. Understand the task Purpose? Audience? Genre? Style? Research ?
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Locate and review information-from  qualitative and quantitative sources and from  your own experience-and formulate an  approach. 2: Gathering Data
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Key function of this step is to  remind you of where you're going  and why you're taking each step. Importance of ‘Invention’ step
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Ask more critical questions Freewrite / brainstorm/ list Map /cluster Keep a journal Invention Strategies Explore classic topics Ask basic ‘W’ questions Record ideas without revising or proofreading Invent and organize ideas visually to explore relationships, processes Write personal explorations and reflections on ideas
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Organizing Strategies I.   Introduction A. Set the context B. Explain why the topic is      important  C. State the thesis II.  Body A.  Build points B.  Develop ideas C.  Support the main claim III.  Conclusion A. Reemphasize the main      idea B. Restate the thesis Create an outline
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            DRAFTING Don’t get it right; get it written  (Ted Lowi, 1931)
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