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Week 2 discussion

Personalizing the Writing Process

We’ve covered a few very important characteristics of good writing this week: How to write effective sentences and paragraphs, avoiding common errors, documenting your sources, and thinking critically as you write. Now, here’s a scenario that will allow you to practice what you’ve learned.

For any writer, telling one's life story in three paragraphs can be a challenge, but an exciting one.

Initial Post Requirements

For this reflection, write an initial post composed of three sections:

Your life story in roughly three full paragraphs.

A reflection: What was challenging about writing your life story in three paragraphs? (one paragraph minimum)

A Personal Writing Plan: With this assignment in mind, list some areas of written communication on which you'd like to focus in order to become a better writer.

Some areas for writing improvement include (but are not limited to):

grammar and punctuation

sentence structure

paragraph structure

organizing thoughts

using the best wording

writing with clarity

Reply Post Requirements

When responding to your classmates, discuss your thoughts about their writing plan. What similarities and differences do you see to your own? Share where you plan to focus your attention to improve.

Week 3 discussion

Reflection - Peer Review of Thesis

This week, we're in the early stages of planning for our final essay. You may have already selected a topic. If you haven't, select a topic for our persuasion essay about which you are passionate. Click on the link below for a list of approved topics.

After selecting your topic and watching this week's lecture on thesis statements, post a working thesis statement in the discussion forum. Later in the week, be sure to comment on classmates' thesis statements as well as answer any clarifying questions students have about your work.

Peer critique is of great value to the writer and reader. The writer benefits from another set of eyes and the reader is able to learn a variety of ways in which to provide feedback. Your review is meaningful and important.

Week 4 discussion

Professional, Social, and Personal Writing

What are the distinctions between professional, social, and personal writing? Do you have a different approach for each? Do you see yourself as strong in one or two areas but needing work in another?

Week 5 discussion

Reflection - My Writing Process

This week's reflection coincides with the persuasive essay you will be finishing next week. So far, what has helped you improve your writing in general and your persuasive writing in particular?

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