Engl 1101, Week 4 Notes
Engl 1101, Week 4 Notes ENGL 1101
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Date Created: 09/18/16
Week University of North 4 Georgia English Composition ngl 1101 • Fall 2016 To Do Notes: Read Norton pages Tips and tricks for writing a rough draft evaluation 788-795, 289-300, 91-92 and 97 Start writing whatever's on your mind. It doesn't have to be in a particular order or make sense to anyone else. Write quickly to Have rough draft get all your thoughts on paper, but don't worry about writing introduction written your entire rough draft down. Take your writing sentence by by September 19th sentence. It's okay if if you get side-tracked from the topic you can always correct the mistake later. Draft Due September 21st via emailed ● Freewriting- just writing what's on your mind without CarlaChwat@ung.edu focusing on grammar punctuation etc. ● Looping- looping is used to break writer's block and Final Draft due come up with new ideas. The idea is to quickly write down September 26th via some initial ideas related to a specific topic. You then set D2L a short amount of time (1-5 min) and re-read and reflect on what the list you've just made. Select an idea from that list and continue the process over and over. ● Listening- writing down as much as you can relating to a certain topic (not necessarily in any particular order) ● Clustering- write and circle a keyword/topics in the center of the page, draw lines out from the center connected it to another idea that is connected to the first in some way
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