Practical Application: Three Step Writing Process Infographic

Instructor: Amanda Robb

Amanda holds a Masters in Science from Tufts Medical School in Cellular and Molecular Physiology. She has taught high school Biology and Physics for 8 years.

This infographic will help you apply the three step writing process to your workplace writing. Here, we'll review the three step writing process and then consider how it can be applied.

The Three Step Writing Process

Although you might have thought of writing as something that was confined to an English Language Arts class in high school, the reality is that writing permeates all aspects of our roles in the workplace. From writing e-mails, to sending spending reports, writing is required in many positions and business reputation and relationships can be damaged if the communication isn't clear and professional.

As you read in the lesson The Three Step Writing Process: Plan, Write & Complete, there are three main steps to the writing process:

  1. Planning
  2. Writing
  3. Completing

The following infographic will help you remember these three steps and apply them in your workplace writing.

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Three Step Writing Process Infographic
Three Step Writing Process

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