Writing Process
By:
Aaron Patrick Belcher
Tuan-Anh Nguyen
Steven Salhany
Christina Sterling
Vianney Valeyre
The 3x3 Writing Process
1.Pre-Writing
Analyze
Anticipate
Adapt
2.Writing
Research
Organize
Compose
3.
Revising
Revise
Proofread
Evaluate
PRE-WRITING
Analyze:
Identify the purpose
Select the channel of communication
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PRE-WRITING
Anticipate:
Imagine being the reader and predict
the audience’s reaction to your
message.
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PRE-WRITING
Adapt:
Shape your idea to benefit the audience
and adapt your language to suit the
readers’.
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WRITING
Research:
Brainstorm for possible ideas, both formally
and informally. Then collect data to support
your idea
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WRITING
Organize:
Organize your ideas into a list or outline.
Decide on either a direct or indirect writing
strategy (for receptive and unreceptive
audiences)
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WRITING
Compose:
Begin writing your first draft, following your
outline and evidence from research
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REVISING
Revise:
Double check your work for clarity,
conciseness, conversational tone, and to
improve readability
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REVISING
Proofread:
Verify that there are no spelling, grammar,
punctuation or structural errors and look
over the overall appearance
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REVISING
Evaluate:
Evaluate your work. Has the purpose of
the work been achieved? Have the
readers been convinced sufficiently?
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