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Introduction Process writing
Rewriting Step 1 - Choose a topic Step 4 -Write Step 5 -Review structure and content Step 6: Revise structure &content Proofread Make final corrections Drafting Pre-writing Reviewing & Revising Step 2 -Gather ideas Step 3 -Organize Choose the topic you like to write about. Think about what you will write about. Decide which ideas you will talk about and which are first, next, and last. Write your essay or paragraph. Read what you wrote. Remove or add information. Exchange your paper with your classmate to benefit from other opinions. Make improvements to the structure and content. Read your paper again. Check your spelling, grammar, and words. Correct the discovered errors.
A paragraph is a group of five to ten sentences that give information about a topic
the topic should not be too narrow, because it will not have enough ideas to talk about. the topic should not be too broad, because it will have too many ideas for just one paragraph.
Brainstorming is a way of gathering ideas about a topic. Making a list Making a list Freewriting Freewriting Mapping Mapping
Write single words, phrases, or sentences that are connected to your topic.
Write whatever comes into your head about your topic, without stopping. you don’t need to worry about accuracy and don’t check your dictionary.
Use a whole sheet of paper, and write your topic in the middle, with a circle around it. Then put the next idea in a circle above or below your topic, and connect the circles with lines.
After you have a plenty of ideas, you will need to go back and edit them. Choose the most interesting ideas for your topic.