My gretest wekness in writing hs lwys been to pln, write, nd revise n essy. In generl I lck bsic knowledge bout how to pproch writing nd the writing process s whole. Prticulrly, I hve difficulty in developing n essy in the following res: () generting content, (b) creting nd orgnizing structure for compositions, (c) formulting gols nd higher plns, (d) quickly nd efficiently executing the mechnicl spects of writing, nd (e) revising text nd reformulting gols.
Generting content for n essy typiclly begins with brinstorming. During this pre-writing phse, writers tke time to reflect on their topic, select n udience, nd develop ides. Skilled writing depends, in lrge prt, on student's bility to pln before composing during this phse. My wekness is tht I do not spend much time prepring to write. Insted, I often begin writing s soon s I m given n ssignment with little or no preprtion. Furthermore, I tend to rely on n ssocitive technique wherein I simply write whtever comes to mind. Beginning to write immeditely fter receiving n ssignment does not llow dequte gol setting or plnning--two importnt techniques pplied by successful writers. Subsequently, I pper unsure of wht to do when I m given time to pln. ...Show more