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The writing process

A rough draft indicates that the student has adequate information and understanding after gathering a research and after completing the process in prewriting. The topic is defined with a clarified and supported focus. One should comprehend that a rough draft is a rough copy that you continue to shape, edit and strengthen after it is written. When tackling a rough draft one should focus on the content and the flow of information rather than on the little details, such as detailed information and grammar. A rough draft should contain an introduction, supporting body paragraphs and a conclusion. The following are the requirements that should be adhered to when coming up with a rough draft:

•    Vary your sentence structure by using simple, complex and compound sentences

•    Avoid 1-2 sentence paragraphs

•    Stay in the active voice

•    Vary your sentence structure by using simple, complex and compound sentences

•    Avoid 1-2 sentence paragraphs

•    Avoid editing your work

•    Review and evaluate the ideas, topics, themes, and questions.

•    Target the audience. That is whom you are writing eg your professor.

Afterward, write an introduction of your paragraph with an ultimate goal of a strong introduction is to get the attention and interest of your readers. Moreover, one should consider the following aspects:

•    Contain your thesis statement

•    Provide a roadmap of how your paper is organized (broadly defined)

•    Focus on the main points you make within the body of your paper

•    Include some background information on your topic

•    Make the perspective and point of view clear.

When writing the body of your paragraph, they hold the supporting information that backs up your thesis. The following points should be considered:

•    Topic sentences of each paragraph should be well defined

•    Transition sentences, clauses, or words at the beginning of paragraph connect one idea to the next

•    Support interpretations with quotes, data by a proper introduction, explanation and citation of each quote.

 

When coming up with a conclusion you should tie everything together. Some of the information is similar to that found in the introduction, but it should not be a word-for-word copy. To write the conclusion, follow the below steps:

  • Read your first paragraph, the development, and set it aside
  • Summarize, then conclude, your argument
  • Edit/rewrite the first paragraph to better set your development and conclusion
  • Refer back to the paragraphs as well as the development.

When presenting your work, you should later proofread and edit your work. This is the main problem that the students face. If you are a student going through you should seek professional editing and proofreading writing help in credible writing firms. Among the most reliable firms is essaysdoctor.com. In our firm these tutors are well equipped with vast experience in editing. There is no need for a student to score low marks because of grammatical errors. This where we come in with an assurance to the clients that we are the only company that offers the best editing and proofreading writing services. Some of these services include:

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