All writers revise their work as part of the writing process. submit a revised version of your essay. The process of revising involves “re-thinking” your essay. Your revision should reflect your attention to the following:
As you consider possible revisions, evaluate how your essay can be improved in each of the areas above. Focus your attention on the areas that would benefit most from revision. You can add, delete, or move text as you revise your essay.
Note the following revision guidelines:
Do not draft a new essay. You must revise your draft.
Allow time between drafts so that you can see your original work from a new perspective.
Revision is different from editing and proofreading; however, be sure to edit and proofread your revised essay before you submit it.
Revise your essay using the revision . This revision should reflect significant changes from your first draft, and should incorporate the feedback.
B. Think About Your Writing
Include answers to all of the following reflection questions below your completed revision.
1. How much time did you spend revising your draft? Which revision strategies did you use, and which of them worked best for you? (2-3 sentences)
2. How did the revision process improve your essay? (2-3 sentences)
3. What did you learn about your writing process or yourself as a writer? (2-3 sentences)
Your essay should be three pages (800 words).
Informative Guidelines and Topic Selection Guidelines must be followed or your submission will not be graded.
Double-space the draft, and use one-inch margins.
Use an easy-to-read 12-point font.
All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
Your draft and revision must be original and written for this assignment.
Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Your submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your draft.
Your submission must include, in the following order: your revised essay, your answers to the “Think About Your Writing” questions, and a copy of your original essay .
Submit only a single file only that contains all assignment components.
Acceptable file formats are .doc and .docx.