Improve a draft by correcting errors and making words and sentences
clearer, more precise, and as effective as possible: Have I used
complete your sentences? ; Have I marked corrections that I need? and
Has someone checked my work?
Plan your writing: What do I want to say? ; How do I want to say it? ;
Who will read my writing? ; What else do I need to know to begin? and
Who can I talk to about my ideas?
Organize your thoughts by writing sentences and paragraphs
using your prewriting: Are my thoughts organized? ; Which ideas
do I want to develop? ; In what order do I want to say them? and
Who can read this and offer suggestions?
You should read it out loud in class, post it on a
bulleting board and make it into a book for keeping in
the school library. The presentation of the work
should be attractive and enjoyable for audience, you
can include titles, sub-titles and pictures.
Literally means to “see again,” to look at something from a
fresh, critical perspective: Are my details claear? ; Should I
add o take our parts? ; Is my writing in a sensible order? and
What suggestions have others made?