Previous studies on second language writing process show that writing strategies have significant effects on writing products Kroll.
Good writers planned more than poor writers did. Writing as communication Process writing is a move away from students writing to test their language towards the communication of ideas, feelings and experiences. Essays were often written under time constraints and the focus was on producing an essay in one sitting.
Another difference, which may be equally important, is that L2 writers may have already developed successful writing processes--in L1. Good writers tended to pause nearly twice as often during writing and to rescan their work three times often as remedial students did. The survey reported in this text does not show what the future will be; but I do think it suggests that change may be in the air.
The focusing stage has to do with the purpose for writing, the real reasons for writing. The correction of spelling and punctuation is not of central importance at the early stages.
The skilled writers concerned themselves with ideas while unskilled writers concerned more on the superficial level, such as ungrammatical correction than on the idea. Even if a survey is addressed to all members of the net, one cannot know how many people actually read the message asking for participation.
Have some of these things occurred in the case of the process approach?