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Which stage of the writing process is considered the "writer-centered" phase? A. drafting B. revising C. editing D. publishing
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When deciding on a topic, what should a student consider? A. the best way to use words to communicate the key points B. the construction of fluent and properly structured sentences C. organizing the paper in a way that makes sense to the reader D. a subject that is focused, well-supported and interesting
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When deciding on a topic, a student should consider: D. a subject that is focused, well-supported and interesting.
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Word choice is the primary tool a writer uses in establishing the voice of a written work.
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