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The Writing Process Mrs. Woytko

The Writing Process Mrs. Woytko. 5 Steps Prewriting Drafting Revising Editing Publishing

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Assignment In a 5 paragraph essay, describe your summer.

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The Writing Process Mrs. Woytko 5 Steps Prewriting Drafting Revising Editing Publishing Assignment In a 5 paragraph essay, describe your summer. 1.Introduction 2.Subtopic 1 3.Subtopic 2 4.Subtopic 3 5.conclusion Prewriting - thinking TAP T opic narrow down or expand A udience who is reading this? P urpose persuade, inform, opinion, entertain Prewriting Once you have TAP, its time to organize ideas. Assignment : Describe your summer -5 paragraphs Topic: summer Audience: Mrs. Woytko Purpose: describing Do we have TAP? Prewrite Prewriting - Details Drafting Get your ideas on paper. Add details!!!! do not worry about mistakes Skip lines!!!!!! Drafting Paragraph 1 Introduce your topic. List your 3 subtopics. Skip lines!!!!! Revise Think ARMS A dd details and examples. R emove words that dont make sense. M ove ideas around to make your writing clearer. S ubstitute descriptive words. Revise walkedstrolled, raced, ran, galloped the beachhot, sandy beach nice dogscruffy, adorable, lovable, loyal, cute dressred and blue striped dress sunny dayscorching, hot day Revising Edit/ Proofread Spelling Capital letters Punctuation Grammar and sentence structure Word choice Publish Write as neat as you can OR format correctly in Microsoft Word Be PROUD of your work! Your Introduction (first paragraph) is done Paragraph 2 subtopic 1 Introduce your first subtopic in a topic sentence. Good topic sentence. Not a detail sentence. First, I went on a fabulous vacation to the beach with my family. I played cards at the beach. Paragraph 2 Now add examples and details to complete your paragraph. End with a closing sentence. Identify details Transition Words Help connect ideas and details rather than sounding like a grocery list. First, last, after that, then, in conclusion, also Identify transition words Now work on Paragraph 3 Topic sentence Detail sentences Transition words Closing sentence Now work on Paragraph 4 Topic sentence Detail sentences Transition words Closing sentence Conclusion- paragraph 5 Summarize your summer. Restate your 3 subtopics in a different way.