This activity is designed to help encourage you to both recognize the parts of your writing process that work for you. Not all writerly practices work for every person. Every writer is unique. Throughout this course, you’re going to post about the different writerly practices you’re engaging in to help you draft this essay.
Look at the examples of Writerly Practices below and choose one to write about. For each Writerly Practice Discussion Board, you need to write about a different kind of practice you’re trying out.
Post a 100-250 word explanation of a Writerly Practice you are using.
Respond to two classmates’ postings, explaining
What you found valuable in their postings
How they could expand or alter their writerly practices to be more useful
What your experiences have been with the writerly practice they wrote about
How do you go about generating idea? Do you make a word cluster, read a lot on the topic, doodle, stare at the wall, just start writing?
Reflect on a discussion you had about your topic or paper with another person. Transcribe that discussion and explain how it helped your process with writing this essay.
Describe how you create space for your writing. How do you create an environment or setting that helps you work through a piece of writing? How specifically does that environment help you? Your writing environment could include
Location (bedroom, coffee shop, library, etc.)
Sound (music, silence, tv, etc.)
Beverage (coffee, tea, water, etc.)
Activity (going on a run or walk, taking a shower, brushing your teeth, petting your dog or cat, etc.)
Explain what you do when you’re feeling stuck with your writing. What do you do that helps you move forward?
Anything else relevant to your writing process!
You posted a 100-250 word description of a unique writerly practice you engage in
You posted two responses to two other classmate’s postings
I send you all information what i have if you need something else please ask. I have problem to understand what relay i need give you.
Drafting the Essay
Create Writerly Practices DB Post
Reply to two Writerly Practices DB Posts