Fiction: Self-editing

Daily Prompt #31: Writing from a Word

ICE CREAM

Write whatever comes to your mind when you see this word.

Take five minutes.

Today, the goal is to start fine-tuning your fiction rough drafts.

Now, use the remainder of the hour to self-edit your writing. Keep in mind we will be peer editing tomorrow, so get your essay in the best shape you can today.

If at all possible, bring a typed copy of your rough draft to class tomorrow. If you can’t, make sure you write legibly.

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Creative Essays: Self-editing

Daily Prompt #15:  My writing process

 

What is your process for writing? Be as detailed as you can.

Write for five minutes. Be prepared to share.

 

Today, the goal is to start fine-tuning your creative essay rough drafts by completing a self-edit checklist. Keep in mind we will be peer editing tomorrow, so get your essay in the best shape you can today.

If at all possible, bring a typed copy of your rough draft to class tomorrow. If you can’t, make sure you write legibly.

Fiction: Self-editing

Daily Prompt #38: Writing from a Word

THANKSGIVING

Write whatever comes to your mind when you see this word.

Take seven minutes.

Today, the goal is to start fine-tuning your fiction rough drafts.

First, let’s review the rubric in Google Classroom so you know exactly what the requirements are, as well as how you’ll be graded.

Now, use the remainder of the hour to self-edit your writing. Keep in mind we will be peer editing tomorrow, so get your essay in the best shape you can today.

If at all possible, bring a typed copy of your rough draft to class tomorrow. If you can’t, make sure you write legibly.