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1 Supervising the Writing Process Gavin Kendall

2 Key supervision areas Confidence Writing process [plus: basic knowledge]

3 Confidence Emotional support Translating success Practical strategies for writing

4 Writing Process Sharing Editing Revising Drafting Prewriting

5 Notes etc. (use of separate notebooks) Research notes function in Endnote Ideas maps, diagrams

6 Drafting Writing freely, with little concern for flow, spelling, etc. Little and often, with targets (e.g. 500 words a day will get you 5,000 words in two weeks) Toughest part of the writing process, so needs most discipline (rewards and punishments) Draft is often writer-centred

7 Revising Can draft be better organised/more logical? Can it use better examples/evidence? Does x need to be explained before y makes any sense? Is anything unnecessary/distracting? Which ideas need more support/development? Reader-centred

8 Editing Spelling, grammar are fixed Sentences are polished, made more punchy Pay attention to connections between ideas/sections Earlier editing is a waste of time

9 Sharing Maybe best after supervisor has helped with fully edited version

10 Resources es.html es.html e/process/index.xml e/process/index.xml


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