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WRITING PROCESS: REVISION

 

“The more you leave out, the more you highlight what you leave in.”

-- Henry Green

INTRO TO REVISING

Once you’ve written a draft, set it aside for a little while, maybe a day or even a half hour and then come back and read it. You’ll probably find new ideas and or things you want to change. Look for parts that may be missing or ideas that need to be explained better. This is where peer comments can be helpful. Make sure your ideas are clear, appropriate and complete.

Revision - Writing Process

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