WRD 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Shool, Gie, List Of Fables Characters

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When you revise, you modify your writing to make it stronger and more convincing. When you edit, you proofread your final draft for errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and mechanics. Step one: revise for unity: ensure that all parts of your work relate to the main idea. Step two: revise for adequate support: determine that your details effectively support the main idea. Step three: revise for coherence: verify that your ideas flow smoothly and logically. Step four: revise for style: ensure that your sentences are varied and interesting. Step five: edit for technical errors: proofread your work, and correct errors in grammar, spelling, mechanics and punctuation. To check for unity, ensure that every sentence in the body of the paragraph relates to one main idea. Avoid circular reasoning by providing a clear, concise topic sentence and by supporting the topic sentence with facts, examples, statistics and anecdotes. Use transitional phrases to ensure that ideas are connected smoothly.

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