Consider Writing Processes as you Select Evidence to Include

Your work in Learning Community E has been writing intensive. Dr. Wooster spoke of the writing process as it pertained to the drafting of the Declaration of Independence and his own work as a historian. As you've no doubt come to realize, writing is a non-linear process, that moves back and forth through various stages. These stages include:

  • Brainstorming/Pre-writing/Invention
  • Drafting
  • Revision
  • Peer Response
  • Editing
  • Publication

How can you demonstrate your own unique writing processes in your portfolio?

What evidence in your collection best represents a particular stage in your writing? For example, at what point in the semester did a major revision, peer response, or visit to the Writing Center, make the difference in helping you create a fine piece of writing?

Based on all the writing you've completed in this Learning Community, how have your views of writers and writing changed?

How has your view of your own writing changed?

Evidence Possibilities for the Writing Process Section of your Reflection

Remember that you need to discuss AND PROVIDE EVIDENCE FROM ALL 3 CLASSES IN LEARNING COMMUNITY E!