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What are some good prewriting techniques? How and why did they work? If they did not work, what do you think you will do differently this time? Why?
Weegy: Freewriting- Many people find that they can bring ideas for developing a topic to the surface through freewriting, [ a strategy designed to "free" ideas from your subconscious mind and get them down on paper.If you already have a topic that interests you but are not sure how to approach it, try directed questioning. Rather than encouraging you to expand your thinking, this method helps you to narrow your broad ideas. ] User: if freewriting doesnt work, what should I do differently? Weegy: Freewriting is a means of teaching students that personal and emotional aspects of the "self" are welcome and are often seen in all types of writing, including academics.The thing is, [ when you start a writing project you have to begin somewhere and freewriting is a great way to find that somewhere. The first word has to go down, followed by the second to make up the sentence. You may have a rough idea of what you want to say in the body of the piece, or you may have no idea where you’re going when you first start, but where ever it is, a start must be made. Getting those first words is even more pressing when you’re on a deadline. Peter Elbow states that there would be a more universal acceptance of freewriting if "we would see clearly the truth about thinking and writing we would see that the situation is not either/or, it's both/and: the more first order thinking, the more second order thinking and vice versa" ] (More)
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