Basic of Good Writing
Prewriting  - Thinks of Idea
  1. Generate ideas by brainstorming. clustering, and asking reporters' questions. freewriting.
  2. Gather information from reading, taking notes, interviews, etc.
  3. Consider your assignment, audience, purpose, and tone.
Drafting / Writing - Put your ideas into writing
  1. User idea from prewriting
  2. Write what comes to mind, no need to worry about errors at this stage.
  3. Elaborate upon ideas, and try to explain them more fully.
  4. Explore questions that you have raised in your own mind, or that others have raised after reading your rough draft.
  5. Put ideas into sentences and paragraphs.
Rewriting Stages - Revising, Editing, and Proofreading
Reference Tool
How to Write
Research Fundamentals : How to Write a Manuscript
The Importance of Collaborative Research: Web of Science
Publishing in International Journals : Top Tips for Researchers
Mentor Writer : Series 1
Mentor Writer : Series 2
Mentor Writer: Series 3
Mentor Writer: Series 4
Research Proposal Writing for the Social Sciences