Among these theorists, Linda Flower believes that the new foundation of process pedagogy lies with the establishment of balanced ideas and a continued work in time. As evidence she states that well written essays “are the result of a long, laborious, intensely personal process” (L. Flower). She recognizes different points of views about the process of writing and that most of theorists know this process as detailed steps. These steps include prewriting, writing, rewriting and the use of strategies to pass the meaning properly. Moreover, she believes that writers should refer to other opinions whil...
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... In conclusion, the study of these theories describes that if one wishes to write freely and simple while using the basic conventions of composition, it has to adopt firm rhetorical situations to pass the message clearly. Also the writer has to evaluate the procedure with the reader prose in order to grasp the attention of a broad audience by making the writing immaculate.
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