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How do you do free-writing?
Free-writing is often called automatic writing (as well as other names). The idea is simple -- you write down your ideas quickly for a short span of time (usually about 3-7 minutes) to develop and hone your thoughts on a given topic. This means that when you try free-writing you should try not to let words get in front of your thoughts. Here is the process explained step by step:
- Don't worry about spelling or grammar, or even finding the right word, just write down your thoughts about a topic without stopping for the time you've allowed yourself.
- After the time is up you should look back at what you've written to identify the most important point(s) that 'came out'. Try to write one sentence* now that encapsulates the most important idea from the first free-writing exercise.
- Now begin free-writing again about that sentence* for another five minutes or so. After the time is up, stop and again look at what you've written. Then once more express the most important idea in a new sentence.
- Do this whole process once more for the same amount of time. After this third free-writing exercise you should find that you can write a sentence which is a much clearer expression of your original thoughts.
This sentence will now serve as a main point for your essay.
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