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Susan Lewis 12/16/2011 Graphic Organizer CheckPoint: Graphic Organizer Planning Writing Revising Editing Proofreading Analyze the project Brainstorm Analyze the audience Define your purpose Gather ideas and information Organize with outlines, lists, and headings Move onto the writing process Free write for 10 uninterrupted minutes putting words on paper. Make lists, notes, drafts. Repeat free writing process keeping and clustering useful information Make sure content and clarity is complete. Will your audience relate and understand? Check for style, biasness, and tone Look for layout and organization. Get feedback from outside
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Unformatted text preview: source. Edit the draft. Print off a copy of draft for editing. Check sentence structure. Check punctuation. Check for mechanical errors, formatting errors and spelling errors. Have an outside source proof read the document. If outside source unavailable proofread your own document after a couple days. This will allow you a clear mind and fresh eyes to proofread. Read the document slowly checking for spelling and grammar errors. Check the heading, introduction, and conclusion. Susan Lewis 12/16/2011 Graphic Organizer Check for proper format, mechanical, and spelling errors....
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