Ch 10: The Writing Process: Revision and Skill Development

About This Chapter

Watch video lessons and learn about the importance of revision and skill development in the writing process. These video lessons are short and engaging and make learning easy!

The Writing Process: Revision and Skill Development - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

The writing process is quite complex. As you will learn in this chapter, one of the most important processes in writing occurs after you have written your last word. Revision is essential to the writing process. Without revision, your writing won't be clear. You'll learn in these lessons that revising and developing your revision skills will help you to create written pieces that are free from errors and that read easily. You'll also be able to write pieces that will be easy for a reader to understand. In addition to helping you learn how to revise and how to improve your revision skills, this chapter will cover common errors, so you can more easily complete a revision. Some of the things you can expect to learn in these lessons include:

  • How to effectively use your time to write a good essay
  • How to practice writing to get better
  • Proofreading tips to fix spelling and grammar mistakes
  • Common errors found in essays

How to Write a Great Essay Quickly Learn how to write a good essay even under a time limit.
Practicing Essay Writing to Get Better at Writing Discover how practicing your writing can help to make you a better writer.
Writing Revision: How to Fix Mistakes in Your Writing Analyze the common errors in essays so that you can easily identify them in your own writing during the revision process.
How to Proofread an Essay for Spelling and Grammar Explore the correct way to proofread so that you can catch errors in spelling and grammar easily.

Chapter Practice Exam
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