Writing Process Is Different And Unique Essay

1542 Words Sep 30th, 2016 7 Pages
The writing process is different and unique to all individuals; many people follow the ideal steps of prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing as opposed to others taking shortcuts, skipping steps, and going straight to editing. The writing process is the course one takes to get from prewriting to the publication of their essay; since everyone is a different, their writing process will also be different. For me, I believe that following the ideal writing process steps are a tremendous help to organizing my essay and spacing out the work throughout the time the assignment is assigned. To begin writing an essay I must first prewrite; to prewrite is to brainstorm ideas from the prompt by outlining, diagramming, clusterings, or even jotting down notes; many people prewrite because it helps them organize and clarify ideas that can make it easier to write their essays. When I prewrite, I use an outline to organize my ideas; I use header titles for each main point that I have and use bullet points beneath the header for supporting ideas and content. Prewriting is not a big deal to me, I usually write an outline very quickly; I like to sit down, take out a piece of paper, and jot down some quick points of what I think about the prompt topic, what evidence there is to support my position, and what details I can add. I like to scribble down descriptions on random sides of the outline and I draw stars to mark which ideas would go well under main points.
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