Seven Writing and Seven Fired

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The writing process movement in 14th-century China Zhang Pu, Ximing, a literati and leader of the Fu Mass Organization in the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) 

Practicing frequent short writing, both to explore and express, as well as to prepare for discussion and/or extend in class work;

Designing an individualized process that builds from shorter to more developed writing with feedback from peers and professor;

Imagining authentic writing and purposeful collaboration as opposed to routine assignments;

Learning from the diverse interests and strengths of individuals in the class through writing and intellectual collaboration;

Striving toward an ambitious writing project of some kind that includes historical, cultural, and professional contexts and discourse;

Producing writing that is intellectually rigorous and rhetorically sensitive to readers and teachers;

Working with and adapting formal conventions as tools for exploration and expression 

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