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Process Vs Product

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Process Vs Product English 101

Freshman Writing
Monty Records

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Date Created: 09/02/15
PROCESS VS PRODUCT WRITING 0 Product The end result of writing or the way the writing physically appears 0 Process what goes into writing or what are the stages of writing how it s put together PROCESS OF WRITING o Stance 9 the writer s position 1 Readersaudience Who am I writing to 2 Role of the writer How Do I appear to The audiencereaders 3 Purpose for writing Why am I writing 1 READERS AUDEIENCE a General hard to know needs wants and expectations E g President of the United States b Specific small group i Topics comes from specific audience 2 ROLE OF THE WRITER a You want to have expert appearance b People judge on writing by appears of writing 3 THE PURPOSE FOR WRITING a Main Idea THESIS b Inform back in the day when there were no electronics available 0 Persuade nowadays if you used too much Pronouns 1 Me My audience said you don t care about me I m not getting anything from you it was just all about you


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