Now that you have developed a thesis statement and outline for a process essay, it is time to write a rough draft. Be sure to take into consideration your instructor and classmates’ comments on your Process Essay outline. As discussed in the last module, a process essay describes how a person does something by breaking down the process in a series of steps.
Complete the following steps:
Review feedback on your thesis statement and outline you received from your classmates and instructors.
Compose a rough draft of your process essay that includes:
Go back to your rough draft after a period of time to evaluate and revise your writing based on the “Checklist for Essays” on page 349 of the textbook.
Post your revised rough draft in this discussion.
ERAU Writing Rubric (PDF) – this is the standard rubric for most Worldwide online courses. Your instructor will use this as a guide to grade your final essay papers.
Return to the discussion and evaluate at least three of your classmates’ rough drafts of the process essay. Review them for unity, support, coherence, and sentence skills. When providing feedback, use the “Checklist for Essays” on page 349 of the textbook. Remember to point out what the writer has done well and any area that could use improvement.
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