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what kind of strategies described topics of ideas for writing?
Weegy: Answer: Writing Strategies. The Writing Process The writing process involves generating ideas, developing and organizing the ideas, and revising and editing them. [ Effective writers cycle through these stages until they are satisfied that the writing achieves its purpose. Generating Ideas In all subject areas, students need to develop skills for getting what they know about a topic down on paper, and generating ideas or finding additional facts. They also need skills to check whether their writing is on-topic and fulfills its purpose. Further, they need to be able to explain the writing assignment and the process they are following to effectively complete the assignment. Developing and Organizing Ideas Students need to know how to organize what they have learned about any topic or assignment into a well-structured whole. In longer writing assignments, they need to know how to create a strong, focused introduction that catches the reader’s interest; how to link ideas in logically connected paragraphs that contain enough supporting detail; and how to conclude with a strong ending. Revising and Editing Students need individual and group skills to assess their own work and the work of others for content, clarity, form and style, and for errors in grammar, punctuation and spelling. Ultimately, students have individual responsibility for the accuracy of their work, but they need to know how to help each other improve. ] (More)
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when you move on to other classes how could you use or adapt the topic development strategies
Weegy: Analyzing Your Context and Environment In this first stage, you ensure that you fully understand yourself and your environment. [ Do the following: Analyze Your Organization Firstly, examine your resources, liabilities, capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses. A SWOT Analysis is a great tool for uncovering what you do well and where you have weaknesses, providing that you use it rigorously. It's much easier to achieve your objectives when your strategy uses your strengths without exposing your weaknesses. Also, look at your Core Competencies. These highlight your unique strengths, and help you think about how you can set yourself apart from your competitors. Analyze Your Environment Now you need to examine your current operating environment to predict where things are moving. Are there exciting opportunities that you should pursue? What future scenarios are likely in your industry, and how will these impact the work that you do? PEST Analysis, Porter's Diamond, and Porter's Five Forces are great starting points for analyzing your environment. They show where you have a strong position within the larger environment, and where you may have issues. As you prepare to create your strategy, make sure that you're working in a way that's aligned with changes in your operating environment, rather than working against them. These external factors are often beyond your control, so if you pursue a strategy that requires a change in one of these elements, you may have a long, exhausting, unprofitable battle ahead of you. Analyze Your Customers and Stakeholders Your strategy defines how you'll win, and winning is typically framed by how well you satisfy your customers. For-profit companies must keep their customers and shareholders happy. Governments, nonprofits, and project teams all have other stakeholders to satisfy as well. Strategy creation must consider these needs. Identify your clients and stakeholders. ] (More)
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why is ideas for writing important?
Weegy: Ideas are what it’s all about. Ideas are really the most important part of a piece of writing. After all, ideas are the reason writers write. If we didn’t have any ideas, we wouldn’t need any words to express them. [ And if we didn’t need any words — well, you get the idea. Without ideas there wouldn’t be any writing. Check the link for additional details: ] (More)
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what are good strategies for writing?
Weegy: 1. Use the Rhetorical Subject as the Grammatical Subject. The grammatical subject is the word in the “subject’s place.” Sometimes, the “doer” of the main action is not the grammatical subject (the word serving as the subject to the main verb). 2. [ Use the Rhetorical Action as the Main Verb. The rhetorical action is the main action described by the sentence. The main verb and the rhetorical action might not be the same. (Generally, when we are trying to identify the rhetorical subject, we first have to identify the rhetorical action.) 3. Keep the Subject, Verb, and Object together. Find your subject and main verb and place them close together. Otherwise, the reader may have difficulty understanding what you are trying to communicate, and the sentences will be unnecessarily complicated. 4. Organize Sentences to Create Transitions. Each sentence should create a transition from the sentence before to the sentence following, while adding new content. Also, the final sentences in a paragraph need to create a transition to the following paragraph. This gives us two principles for how we order sentences. 5. Discuss Only One Idea Per Paragraph. The paragraph is the basic unit for expressing an idea, which means each paragraph only discusses one idea. ] User: mealoaft mash potatoes and corn on the cob (More)
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