Learning Log In class week 2
[12 Noverber 2010] I learn about social in present ,social hidden in thailand and foreign and motto moral to good. Exanple in classroom
1. Take care off my house, please.
2. I has asanwish and apple for lunch, the sanwish is not disdelicious, but the apple is nice.
3. Nid will borrow a book from library.
4. Please, look after the house for me. Learning Log Out class week 2 The Writing Process
1. Prewriting Have you ever sat staring at a blank piece of paper or a blank document on your computer screen? You might have skipped the vital first stage of the writing process: prewriting. This covers everything you do before starting your rough draft. As a minimum, prewriting means coming up with an idea! 2. Writing Some things that many writers find helpful when working on the first draft include: *Setting aside at least thirty minutes to concentrate: it’s hard to establish a writing flow if you’re just snatching a few minutes here and there. *Going somewhere without interruptions: a library or coffee shop can work well, if you don’t have anywhere quiet to write at home. *Switching off distracting programs: if you write your first draft onto a computer, you might find that turning off your Internet connection does wonders for your concentration levels! When I’m writing fiction, I like to use the free program Dark Room (you can find more about it on our collection of writing software). 3. Revising Revising your work is about making “big picture” changes. You might remove whole sections, rewrite entire paragraphs, and add in information which you’ve realized the reader will need. 4. EditingThe editing stage is distinct from revision, and needs to be done after revising. Editing involves the close-up view of individual sentences and words. It needs to be done after you’ve made revisions on a big scale: or else you could agonize over a perfect sentence, only to end up cutting that whole paragraph from your piece. 5. Publishing The final step of the writing process is publishing. This means different things depending on the piece you’re working on. 6.Conclusion The five stages of the writing process are a framework for writing well and easily. You might want to bookmark this post so that you can come back to it each time you start on a new article, blog post, essay or story: use it as a checklist to help you.
If you have any tips about the writing process, or if you want to share your experiences, tell us in the comments!