In the revision process, you improve your reading skills and your analytical skills. You learn to challenge your own ideas, thus deepening and strengthening your argument. You learn to find the weaknesses in your writing.
Here are five steps towards creating or identifying your personal writing process.Prewriting. You’re ready to start writing. Writing. Now you have your plan and you’re ready to start writing. Revision. Your story can change a great deal during this stage. Editing. You have overhauled your story. Publishing.
Some children will learn to write their name when they are 2 or 3 (this is rare, don’t feel like your 3 year old should be able to write their name) while others are still having difficulty when they are in year 1 (this is something that I would certainly be working on, but I see it often enough to know its common).
As verbs the difference between rewrite and write is that rewrite is to write again, differently (to modify) while write is (ambitransitive) to form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate.
There are 11 different things that are required for handwriting:Postural control.Gross motor skills.Midline crossing.Bilateral coordination skills.Hand strength and control for fine motor activities.Visual perceptual skills.Visual motor skills.Letter and number recognition.
Between the ages of 3-4 years, your child will: Imitate you drawing a cross (+) – at about 3 ½ years. Trace on top of a thick horizontal line without going off very much. Start to copy some simple horizontal and vertical letters, like E, F, L, H, T – just before 4 years of age.