An Analysis of the Structure of Anansi by Alistair Campbell

Structure of a play Plays are often structured by the playwright (writer of the play) in Acts and scenes. An Act is a major division in a play; whereas, a scene occurs within an Act. The scene allows the action of the play to be broken into different segments. In so doing, each scene is often comprised of different characters…

The Writing Process Explained

Prewriting 1. Prewriting is anything you do before you write a draft of your document. It includes thinking, taking notes, talking to others, brainstorming, outlining, and gathering information (e.g., interviewing people, researching in the library, assessing data). 2. Although prewriting is the first activity you engage in, generating ideas is an activity that occurs throughout the writing process.   Drafting…