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ENG 101 Lecture 1: Week One English Notes

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Department
ENG - English
Course Code
ENG 101
Professor
Ryan Roseberry

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Week One Notes
Reporter’s Question
Useful in generating ideas for objective reports required in business and industry
Questions: who, what, when, where, why, and how
Outlining
Useful when you already have a topic and several major points you want to cover
Under each main point, there are several minor point that support the main point
oMajor Point 1
Supporting Point 1
Supporting Point 2
oMajor Point 2
Supporting Point 1
Supporting Point 2
Writing Stage
After you have generated ideas, put your ideas into paragraph form
Write a 1st draft
Revising Stage
Revising means adding, deleting, and rearranging material in your essay.
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Week One Notes Reporter’s Question  Useful in generating ideas for objective reports required in business and industry  Questions: who, what, when, where, why, and how Outlining  Useful when you already have a topic and several major points you want to cover  Under each main point, there are several minor point that support the main point o Major Point 1  Supporting Point 1  Supporting Point 2 o Major Point 2  Supporting Point 1  Supporting Point 2 Writing Stage  After you have generated ideas, put your ideas into paragraph form  Write a 1 draft Revising Stage  Revising means adding, deleting,
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