Most writers prewrite, write, and A. plan the paper. B. revise. C. write the first draft. D. jot down ideas. Question 18 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points A method that many writers use to warm up and generate ideas is called A. freewriting.

B. body.

C. main thought.

D. phrase.

Question 16 of 20

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Writing is a

A. magical ability that only a few are born with.

B. talent you either have or don’t.

C. process consisting of a number of steps.

D. skill that isn’t necessary for success.

Question 17 of 20

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Most writers prewrite, write, and

A. plan the paper.

B. revise.

C. write the first draft.

D. jot down ideas.

Question 18 of 20

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A method that many writers use to warm up and generate ideas is called

A. freewriting.

B. speedwriting.

C. inner-critic writing.

D. power writing.

Question 19 of 20

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When you write in second person, you’re acting the part of a/an

A. critic.

B. observer.

C. participant.

D. advocate.

Question 20 of 20

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Ordering sentences in a paragraph through time is putting them in

A. space order.

B. order of importance.

C. time or chronological order.

D. recognizable order.

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Edward

 

The  chronicle of life cycle change and the early stages of development  happen when after a person has been born along with the process of  growing after birth which includes the use of imagination.  In regards  to organizational development, the birth stage is the development of  generating a management method that will be workable. The growth stage  within an organization happens when it gets strong and gains prestige.  This considered a progression level where management has to guide an  organization through catastrophes that may happen without warning.

The third stage of life cycle is the deceleration stage which  “is typified by an elaboration and formalization of rules and procedures  and an emphasis on predictability and coordination” (Quinn, 1983, p.  33). In this stage, a company gets adjusted to daily function and begin  to inflate by creating objectives and using team collaboration to work  through issues. The author wrote this topic to inform individuals that  the growth process of a baby becoming into an adult is similar to a  company establishing itself and prospering.

References

Quinn, R. E., & Kim, C. (1983). Organizational life cycles and shifting criteria of effectiveness: Some preliminary evidence. Management Science (Pre-1986), 29(1), 33. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/205852108?accountid=32521