6 Stages of Writing Process

6 Stages of Writing Process

  1. Readiness to write what you want to write. 
  2. Prewriting. Choose a topic, establish a purpose, identify an audience, choose a form and gather and develop information. 
  3. Revising and proofreading(rereading & editing) what you have gathered for your work. Give your work to your friend so as he/she can check it out. Now after that you can revise it, rethink about your content, structure and Language usage. 
  4. Drafting and discovery. Organise your ideas, seek peer response by discussing with your friends. It's a discovery stage when you get your ideas down. It's the time to follow your thoughts wherever they lead you to. 
  5. Publish or present. This is the writing stage where the writer share the final product. But not all finished works can be shared. You can share through Readers' Circles(Groups) in the class, Writing Exchange Groups, publish a booklet, submit it to newspapers, or dramatise your story. 
  6. Get the feedback. This is the last writing stage where the writer gets responses from what he/she has published. This feedback can be used as a learning platform to increase more creativity in your writing. 

Blau, Sheridan et al (1995) The Writer's Craft, McDongal Littell Inc., Evanston.

Shipley, Gail Roberta (1995) Tests for 250 Young Adult Novels, Neal - Schuman Publishers, Inc., New York.

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