A Complete Curriculum For Teaching Writing
The Writing Process
Writing is a process that involves at least four distinct steps: prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. It is known as a recursive process. While you are revising, you might have to return to the prewriting step to develop and expand your ideas
Writing is a task that no two people do the same way.
However, there are some logical steps that every writer seems to follow in the creation of a paper. The process described here outlines those basic steps. Keep in mind that these steps are not exclusive of each other, and at times they can be rather liquid. Also, writers will notice that most of these steps are reciprocal; that is, work done in one area may necessitate returning to a step that you have already "completed
[PPT] Finding Your Focus: The Writing Process

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The Writing Process
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Four Square Writing
Four Square Writing
Write On is a professional development project whose goal is to improve composition skills for grades 3-5 through a school-wide writing initiative based on the Four Square Writing Graphic Organizer developed by Judith S. and Evan Gould.  Writing using the Four Square Graphic Organizer is one of many initiatives for the Jefferson County Schools.  This organizer has proven to be extremely effective in helping our students to organize their thoughts for writing to a prompt in thirty-five minutes.  Teachers provide quality instruction and practice with the graphic organizer to enable students to produce a well-developed first draft of a five paragraph essay