Word Paletting 6


Back The Use of Poetic Scansion in Conjunction with Word Paletting and Outlining to Equip Writers with the Ability to Scan, Analyze and Write About Poetry, Connecting and Leading them to Acquire the Means for Applied Research Writing This is the connection between poetic word paletting processes and the authentic research-writing act, with citeulike.org, to build the palette, as opposed to previously-communicated palette generation acts that are used in the first five writing strategies. (What kind of jackass wants to write poetry, anyway? (Hee-Haw))


What one does is commence to write his or her document on the chosen  topic, emptying his or her mind of all thoughts on the chosen topic, according to his or her routine method for composing.


After he or she has a working rough draft, he or she utilizes: citeulike to locate articles and other sources that are pertinent to the topic of focus.


This is done by going to the search field and typing in a topic (For example: ‘beagles’) and citeulike finds research articles that have been published on the chosen topic.


Then,    the    source  is    acquired, using the ISBN data, and quotations and units of intellectual   property are harvested from the source that allign with and that contrast from the established thesis.


Using the Outlining method to create amazingly coherently communicated writing on the topic that is being exposed, one uses the subprocesses of Word Paletting 2 and Word Paletting 5, to infuse the acquired, outside information into the document, to support the thesis or to suggest the valor of an opposing idea that the writer refutes, subsequently, with proven evidence and/or logic.


Also, technically, whithout realizing it, I used the processes of all 5 of the first Word Paletting processes to create zillions of poems, thinking that I was using just one writing method, due to the ‘negative’ effects of my short-term-memory deficit.


I contend that it let me tell the rest of the academic writing world to go jump in the lake and, simultaneously, let my faculties of “writing the best words, in their best order” run wild, to produce worded concoctions that, even if they weren’t accepted, immediately, by my high school literary magazine, were accepted by other publications, in the “real world”: some of whom, actually paid me money.


To store one’s palette(s), I figured out, in an information technology education class, one can use online storage spaces, such as Google docs, to compile the units of information. This was how I figured out the connection between Word Paletting and real-world, applied writing.


I tend to use my e-mail and/or Evernote, these days, due to the ease with which each of these spaces allows me to save to them, without having to log in to them. Google docs, at least, when I first learned about it, required me to remember a password to log in to it and my memory deficit, easily, forced me to reset my password, in order to log in. It uses to be that I’d almost forget what I had been doing, before I reset my password, successfully.


The particularly beneficial aspect of using this method is that it can fused, after a writer masters it, with the Outlining process to represent an amazing part of the overall writing process. This will eliminate the potential hokum that, sometimes, is conveyed by instructors of introductory writing classes (rhetoric).


In using Word Paletting 2, the writer creates a palette that he or she draws upon and takes units of communication from to infuse into the wording of the main piece of writing. 


Next, using the subprocesses of Word Paletting 5, the writer actually produces an amazingly polished palette that is amazingly supercharged, already.


The fact of how these processes mirrors the method one can use to supercharge academic writing and amass and weave together ones owns thoughts, communicated, with the thoughts and ideas of others is pretty neat, I think.

(backThe Use of Poetic Scansion in Conjunction with Word Paletting and Outlining to Equip Writers with the Ability to Scan, Analyze and Write About Poetry, Connecting and Leading them to Acquire the Means for Applied Research Writing)


The reality is that, while writing denotative, factual prose and infusing substantiation from outside sources, an individual only has to research and find communication that is aligning with his or her intended communication: that which jives and bolsters the intended communication.


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