My Writing Assignment Analysis

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Mark Twain once said “Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words.”, this quote has always stuck out in my head during any writing assignment. This quote reminds me that all I have to do is just say whatever comes to mind and cross out the words that do not fit. However, how do you know what is the right and wrong words to use in your assignment. This revision process has not been my strength in my personal writing process. Despite this obstacle, I have developed techniques that help me revise and brain storm before I begin an assignment. When I am given a writing assignment the first thing I do is make sure that I understand what I am being asked to write about. I read over the directions multiple times and start brainstorming …show more content…
To assure that I convey the topics main points I create an overall idea for each paragraph. For example, if I was writing about softball I would be sure to mention all the various positions, skills needed, and strategies in their own paragraph. his means that the paragraph will only include the information specific for that topic as well as ensuring there is a smooth transition to the next paragraph topic. After I have identified the numerous paragraph topics, I then develop at least three supporting details for each. If I do not have at least three I will change the topic of the paragraph or provide details from similar topic. By having at least three supporting details I am then able to provide a sentence for each detail so that the reader can have a more indepth understanding of the topic. Once I have my brainstorming chart completed with my topic information and sub-topics I can then begin to write the body of the essay, From here I am able to write the introduction and conclusion to tie the essay all together. As a result of writing the body first. I can easily summarize everything that I have just composed in the conclusion paragraph since it is still fresh in my mind. Lastly I will write the introduction paragraph so that I can focus on finding the right words to draw in the attention of the targeted audience. After completing the introductory paragraph. I can then create my …show more content…
My ideal editing process does not alway have to start immediately . Usually, I wait to wait a day or two to check my paper for mistakes allowing my mind to be fresh with new idea. .There has been situations when I am short on time due to the approaching deadline. In this situation i want to assure that I give myself enough time before I look at my work again. I do this timed process because if I was to read the assignment immediately after I had finished the first draft would not look much different then the second draft. By giving myself some time to regroup I can review the essay with some different ideas to rephrase my thoughts. Once I am done editing my paper, I may ask someone else to take a look at the second draft or review it myself. In the end, I make any corrections need and assure that I have placed the correct citations in the proper format

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