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Chapter 7: Process Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc. Chapter Outline and Learning Objectives LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8 What is a Proce...
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Chapter 7: Process

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Chapter Outline and Learning Objectives LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8

What is a Process? The Process Paragraph Explore Topics The Topic Sentence The Supporting Ideas The Paragraph Plan The First Draft Revise and Edit a Process Paragraph

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Chapter 7: Process • A process is a series of steps done in chronological order. – In process writing, you explain how to do something, how an incident took place, or how something works.

LO1 What is a Process? Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • There are two main types of process paragraphs. – Complete a process – Understand a process

LO2 The Process Paragraph Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • Exploring Strategies – – – –

Brainstorming Clustering Questioning Freewriting

LO3 Explore Topics Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • In a process paragraph, the topic sentence states – which process you will be explaining. – what readers will be able to do or understand after they have read the paragraph.

LO4 The Topic Sentence Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • When you develop supporting ideas for a process paragraph, think about the main steps that are necessary to complete the process. – Most process paragraphs use time order.

LO5 The Supporting Ideas Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • When writing the paragraph plan for your process essay, decide which steps and which details your reader will really need to know to complete the process or understand it. – Write the steps down in chronological order.

LO6 The Paragraph Plan Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • After you outline and write your ideas in a plan, you are ready to write the first draft of your process paragraph. – You might include transitional words or expressions to help your ideas flow smoothly.

LO7 The First Draft Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Chapter 7: Process • When you finish writing your process paragraph, carefully review your work and revise it to make sure the process is as clear as possible to your readers. – Check to make sure that you have organized your steps chronologically. – Remove any irrelevant details.

LO8 Revise and Edit a Process Paragraph

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In process writing A. B. C. D.

you explain how to do something. you explain how an incident took place. you explain how something works. All of the above

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In process writing A. B. C. D.

you explain how to do something. you explain how an incident took place. you explain how something works. All of the above

LO1 What is a Process? Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

The two main types of process paragraphs are A. those that describe how to complete a process and those that describe how to understand a process. B. those that describe how to complete a process and those that narrate a process. C. those that describe how to understand a process and those that narrate a process. D. those that narrate a process and those that describe a process.

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The two main types of process paragraphs are A. those that describe how to complete a process and those that describe how to understand a process. B. those that describe how to complete a process and those that narrate a process. C. those that describe how to understand a process and those that narrate a process. D. those that narrate a process and those that describe a process. LO2 The Process Paragraph

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To decide which process she wants to describe in her paragraph, Jackie comes up with a list of all the processes she can think of. What exploring strategy has she used? A. B. C. D.

Clustering Brainstorming Questioning Freewriting

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To decide which process she wants to describe in her paragraph, Jackie comes up with a list of all the processes she can think of. What exploring strategy has she used? A. B. C. D.

Clustering Brainstorming Questioning Freewriting

LO3 Explore Topics Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

In a process paragraph, the topic sentence A. states which process you will be explaining and previews the main points you will make in your paragraph. B. previews the main points you will make in your paragraph. C. states which process you will be explaining and what readers will be able to do or understand after they have read the paragraph. D. provides a vivid description of the process you will be explaining. Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

In a process paragraph, the topic sentence A. states which process you will be explaining and previews the main points you will make in your paragraph. B. previews the main points you will make in your paragraph. C. states which process you will be explaining and what readers will be able to do or understand after they have read the paragraph. D. provides a vivid description of the process you will be explaining. LO4 The Topic Sentence Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Which of the following is not an explanation of how to complete the process of getting rich? A. B. C. D.

Do market research Win the lottery Find a specific need Heavily promote your product

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Which of the following is not an explanation of how to complete the process of getting rich? A. B. C. D.

Do market research Win the lottery Find a specific need Heavily promote your product

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Mike decides which steps and details his readers will need to know to complete the process he is explaining and writes them down in chronological order. What is he doing? A. B. C. D.

Creating a paragraph plan Adding transitional words and phrases Writing his first draft Revising and editing his paragraph

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Mike decides which steps and details his readers will need to know to complete the process he is explaining and writes them down in chronological order. What is he doing? A. B. C. D.

Creating a paragraph plan Adding transitional words and phrases Writing his first draft Revising and editing his paragraph

LO6 The First Draft Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Which of the following is not a transitional word or expression that could be used when writing a process paragraph? A. B. C. D.

After that Afterward Ultimately Actually

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Which of the following is not a transitional word or expression that could be used when writing a process paragraph? A. B. C. D.

After that Afterward Ultimately Actually

LO7 The First Draft Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

Which of the following sentences contains an unnecessary pronoun shift? A. After putting your cake in the oven, set your timer. B. When you’re lighting the charcoal, be careful not to burn yourself. C. When you use natural cleaning products, we help the environment. D. While you’re waiting for the cake to bake, you can do the dishes.

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Which of the following sentences contains an unnecessary pronoun shift? A. After putting your cake in the oven, set your timer. B. When you’re lighting the charcoal, be careful not to burn yourself. C. When you use natural cleaning products, we help the environment. D. While you’re waiting for the cake to bake, you can do the dishes. LO8 Revise and Edit a Process Paragraph

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