Ethics by nY7mC9q

VIEWS: 0 PAGES: 9

									Writing Process PowerPoint Presentation Notes and Assignments
(Key in your name here)
(Today’s date)
(Class Period)


Directions:

   1.) Fill in each section of the notes as you watch the Writing Process PowerPoint
       Presentation.
   2.) Save this document in your student file under you name.
       Example: hatch_writing_process_notes_assignments
   3.) Save the document each time you add more information, so you do not loose your
       work.
   4.) When you are completely done, attach the notes to an e-mail
   5.) When you are completely done, e-mail the notes to Mr. Hatch –
       bhatch@weber.k12.ut.us



The Writing Process

Journal Entry #1 – What does Annie Dillard’s experience with writing teach us?


Describe the past misconceptions of writing.


What will you learn – List the eight steps of the writing process.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Click on each of the steps to learn more about the writing process.


Experience Section

Define experience.


How does our experience affect the way we write?
Experience Quotes - Summarize what you learned from these quotes.

Journal Writing
Define Journal Writing.

Describe why we should write in a journal.

List the process of writing in a journal.

Free-Writing
Define Free-Writing

Why is it good to using Free-Writing as a pre-writing tool?


What is often lost when writers start to include all of the research information too early?


List the process of free-writing.

Free-Writing Assignment
           1. Write at least 10 minutes without stopping.
           2. Don’t stop to fix or edit what you have written. This is only exploratory
              writing.
           3. Keep writing! Even if you are drawing a blank, keep writing about
              something.
           4. When you are done, underline ideas you like and may include in your
              assignment

(Do your free-writing assignment here.)


Now go through the free-writing assignment and highlight and underline the sections and
ideas that are most interesting to you. These may be some great ideas for your paper.




Prewriting Section
Define Prewriting.

What are the steps involved in prewriting?
Why do you think prewriting is considered the most important step in the writing
process?

Why has prewriting been neglected in the past?

Describe your definition of writer’s block.

What does Dave Barry say about writer’s block?

Why does Tracy Duckart recommend prewriting?

Prewriting Quotes – Summarize what you learned from these quotes.




Broad Search / Note Cards Assignment
Start your broad search, and begin creating your note cards to document and organize the
details and specifics of your paper.
Note Cards – Recall the lesson on Note Cards from the Sources PowerPoint presentation.
You need to print at least 20 note cards and begin gathering specifics and details for your
paper. You must have at least a total of six different sources, including three different
electronic sources, and three different traditional sources.




Types of Prewriting
Clustering
Describe Clustering:

Pros?

Cons?

Cubing
Describe Cubing:

Pros?

Cons?

Dialoguing
Describe Dialoguing:
Pros?

Cons?

Dramatizing
Describe Dramatizing:

Pros?

Cons?

Topical Invention
Describe Topical Invention:

Pros?

Cons?

Brainstorming
Describe Brainstorming:

Pros?

Cons?

Listing
Describe Listing:

Pros?

Cons?

Matrixing
Describe Matrixing:

Pros?

Cons?

Outlining
Describe Outlining:

Pros?
Cons?



Generative Organizer Assignment
Complete the Generative Organizer Assignment and hand it in or E-mail it to Mr. Hatch
at bhatch@weber.k12.ut.us
Choose any generative organizer except journal writing and free writing.


Post-Draft Organizer Assignment
Complete the Post-Draft Organizer Assignment and hand it in or E-mail it to Mr. Hatch at
bhatch@weber.k12.ut.us
Create and outline, including your details and specifics, with Inspiration Software or
using a 5 paragraph essay outline.



Drafting
Define Drafting:

Drafting Quotes: Summarize what you learned from these quotes.

Describe the steps to drafting.

What should you have completed before you begin your first draft?

What are the three most important traits of writing to keep in mind as you write your first
draft? Why?



First Draft Assignment
Complete the First Draft Assignment:
_____ Remember the topic and focus of your paper
Essay Topic:
What was the vision or goal of some person, group, or event from
history, and how did they accomplish the vision or goal?
_____ Write your first draft with a pencil and paper, or on the computer. Save the
computer version under your name and first_draft. Example: hatch_first_draft.


Bibliography Assignment 1st Draft
Complete the bibliography or works cited page for your paper. This is something that
may change as you do additional drafts or add more information.
Remember: You need to have specifics and details from at least (6) different sources –
including (3) traditional sources and (3) electronic sources.

You may use the printable style guides:
APA      MLA         Turabian
Or any websites from the sources PowerPoint.
   •     The Citation Machine (Great – Generates your citation in MLA or APA style)
         http://citationmachine.net/index.php
   •     http://emulibrary.com/emulib_cite.html
   •     http://www.lib.duke.edu/libguide/cite/works_cited.htm




Sharing
Define Sharing:

Sharing Quotes: Summarize what you learned from these quotes.

Complete the Reading Aloud Assignment:
Read your paper aloud to at least one other person.
_____ As you read, make notes on your paper of any rough or confusing areas.
_____ As you read, make notes on your paper of particularly effective areas.
_____ Summarize any comments and suggestions.
_____ Decide which comments and suggestions you might want to take into account.
Summary of comments and suggestions

Notes about rough or confusing areas.

Notes about particularly effective areas.




Revising
Define Revising:

Revising Quotes: Summarize what you learned from these quotes.

Why is it important to walk away from your paper for a day or two during the revision
process?

Describe the steps to the revision process.
What things should you look for as you revise your paper?

DO NOT worry about conventions at this point in the revision process. Conventions will
be the focus of editing.



Self-Evaluation Checklist Assignment
    1. Print the Self-Evaluation Checklist Worksheet.
    2. Complete the worksheet as you read your paper.
    3. Hand this assignment in to Mr. Hatch



Peer Review Assignment
   1. Print the Peer Review Assignment Worksheet.
   2. Have 2 fellow students complete the Peer Review Worksheet after reading your
       paper.
   3. Hand this assignment in to Mr. Hatch




Editing
Define Editing:

Editing Quotes: Summarize what you learned from these quotes.

What is the focus of editing?

Describe the steps to editing.

Editing Checklist:
Complete the Editing Self-Evaluation Checklist Assignment



Publishing
Define Publishing:

Publishing Quotes: Summarize what you learned from these quotes.

Why should you publish?

What should you publish?
Describe the steps to publishing.

Publishing Assignment:
Send your paper in for possible publication to at least two of the provided publishers.


Assessment
Define Assessment:

Complete the Reflection Assignment
What were the most important things you learned from this experience?

What other things do you feel you need to learn that may not have been covered in this
instruction?

How has this instruction affected your thinking process?

How has this instruction affected your planning and preparation process?

How could you continue to use and practice this information?

How could you use this information in your life?




Six Traits and the Writing Process Section

Notes
Read the diagram and describe how the six traits and the writing process work together.
Describe the eight step process.
Step 1 –

Step 2 –

Step 3 –

Step 4 –

Step 5 –

Step 6 –
Step 7 –

Step 8 –



Suggestions or Comments for Mr. Hatch
Write any suggestions or comments on how I can improve this curriculum. Thank you.




   1.) Save this document in your student file under your name. Example:
       hatch_writing_process_notes_assignments
   2.) When you are completely done, attach the notes to an e-mail
   3.) When you are completely done, e-mail the notes to Mr. Hatch –
       bhatch@weber.k12.ut.us


THE END – CONGRATULATIONS WRITER!

								
To top