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The writing Process
the series of stages in writing, including prewriting, composing, revising, and editing.
Four types of the writing process.
when you generate ideas to develop into a piece of writing.
Practice writing without perfect grammar.
when you select and then express in sentence and sentence and paragraph form some of your prewriting ideas.
writing a draft
when you create new drafts through reexamining, improving, and polishing your initial version
check a prewriting and grammar errors. rewriting
version of a paper
just a paper of prewriting
the person expressing ideas through the written word
a person who writes various drafts
the audience to whom a paper is directed.
person who reads and give opinions or advices.
the subject of a paper
the topic sentence need a what for this story?
the supporting examples, dtails, and explanations and represent your understanding of the topic.
what the topic needs something for this paragraph or sentences.
the written language used to express ideas
the message with the meanings of phrase or words.
the intent or aim of a paper
to be in process of prewriting.
average reader
a device to help you meet the needs of a reader that involves envisioning your level of knowledge before you learned what now know about a subject.
writing technique for reader.
writing awareness
a recognition as you read a document of devices and strategies that other writers have used.
identification of that draft.