Using the strategies in this chapter can help you overcome the fear of the blank page and confidently begin the writing process.
Prewriting is the stage of the writing process during which you transfer your abstract thoughts into more concrete ideas in ink on paper (or in type on a computer screen).
For example, a magazine advertising the latest research on the threat of global warming may catch your eye in the supermarket.
The cover may interest you, and you may consider global warming as a topic.
Without good manners, much of the charm of life be lost. If you are polite and gentle, others are also polite and gentle. And bad manners creates ill-will and bad relations.
Good manners also reflect good conduct and character.
They represent the social and cultural progress of society.
It is because of them that life is smooth, enjoyable and meaningful. He can very easily and quickly learn things and adapt himself accordingly.
In addition to understanding that writing is a process, writers also understand that choosing a good general topic for an assignment is an essential step.
Sometimes your instructor will give you an idea to begin an assignment, and other times your instructor will ask you to come up with a topic on your own.