Write a paragraph of instructions on the writing process for future
COM/155 students or inexperienced academic writers. Be sure to
clearly identify your audience and purpose and use appropriate tone.
Include the steps in the writing process.


. I am writing this paragraph for future COM/155 students or inexperienced academic
writers to give them information about the writing process. There are five steps in the
writing process which include pre-writing, outlining the structure of ideas, writing a rough draft, revising and editing. All of these steps are very important in the writing process especially in an academic setting. The first step, pre-writing is simply brain storming, it is a process that will help to think about a topic, determine a purpose, pin point your audience and prepare to write. Prewriting is the stage of the writing process during which you transfer your abstract thoughts into more concrete ideas on paper deciding on a topic:. As I stated before, pre-writing includes brainstorming, free-writing just your thoughts putting them down on paper. The second step is to outline the structure of my ideas, in this process I will organize my thoughts, rough outlines of my argument, construct paragraphs, write the topic sentence, introduction and conclusion. When selecting a topic, you may also want to consider something that interests you or something based on your own life and personal experiences The nexst step is writing a rough draft drafting is the stage of the writing process in which you develop a complete first version of a piece of writing.it should include a introduction tells what story is about and motivates the reader., a thesis statement the main point or controlling idea of the paragraph, supporting sentence that explains the topic sentence, and a conclusion that leaves the audience with a feeling of completion .Revising [Attach the period to the last word of the sentence, not the first] and editing is nexst Revising and editing are the two important tasks you undertake to improve your story. When you revise, you take a second look at your ideas. You might add, cut, move, or change information in order to make your ideas clearer, more accurate, more interesting, or more convincing. When you edit, you take a second look at how you expressed your ideas. You add or change words. You fix any problems in grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure. You improve your writing style. You make your essay into a polished, mature piece of writing, the end product of your best efforts. Then finally you write your finally copy and [Grammar: A run-on sentence requires a comma before "and" (or other conjunction) linking main clauses] you are done . You [Attach the period to the last word of the sentence, not the first] can sit back and relax and know you did your best .