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10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Writing Process Feature ArticleOpen Response Letter Potpourri
In this part of the writing process, you use your best handwriting and spelling. You also make sure that all of the revisions you made are included.
What is Publishing?
In this part of the writing process, you read over your draft and use “ARMS” to make your piece better.
What is Revision?
In this part of writing, you keep your thoughts organized and write them down as quickly as possible. This part is sometimes referred to as “Sloppy Copy”.
What is Drafting?
In this part of the writing process, you use “CUPS” to make your writing piece better.
What is Editing?
Daily Double In this part of writing, you organize and plan your writing piece. You may brainstorm your ideas, use a web, or other graphic organizers.
What is Prewriting?
These are used to let your reader know the purpose of the following paragraph(s).
What are Sub-headings?
Information is sometimes presented within boxes inside of the feature article. This information is usually related to the article and is displayed as...
What are charts, illustrations, and graphs?
These paragraphs usually contain information that helps the reader to understand and learn more about the topic.
What is the Body or Middle Paragraphs?
A feature article is an example of transactive writing. The purpose of a feature article is to...
What is to inform and/or persuade?
This paragraph usually lets your reader know the purpose of writing and usually does something to catch the reader’s attention?
What is the lead or opening paragraph?
This word means to make known or name items.
What is identify?
This word means to tell the meaning of a term.
What is define?
This word means to make plain, clarify, and to analyze.
What is explain?
This word means to write what you read in a short version - making sure that you include the highlights.
What is Summarize?
These two words mean to show ways that things are alike or are different.
What is compare and contrast?
These are parts of a letter: return address; closing; inside address; date; salutation; and signature. Place them in the correct order.
What is return address, date, inside address, salutation, closing, and signature?
This type of letter is used to convince your audience of your belief/position on an issue.
What is a persuasive letter?
This part of the letter sums up what your letter is all about and usually restates the purpose of your letter.
What is the closing paragraph?
This paragraph usually states the purpose or reason for your letter and catches your reader’s interest. It also lets your reader know that you are aware of who will read the letter.
What is an opening or lead paragraph?
This part of the letter usually develops and supports the purpose of the letter.
What is the middle or body paragraphs?
When we edit, we use CUPS. Those letters represent...
What is capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling?
Feature articles, letters, and interviews are examples of real-world writings. Another name for these writings is...
What is transactive?
Writing that is done based on a writing prompt is called...
What is on-demand writing?
When we revise, we use ARMS. These letters mean...
What is Add, Remove, Move, and Substitute?
A short paragraph that tells you what to write, your audience, and your purpose for writing is called...
What is a writing prompt?
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