1. Discover how bright you are and how important your voice is (your words are).
2. Have an experience in an English-speaking culture, feel comfortable.
3. Work for the “aha-moment”…
This is my first blog, created after Sharon Keenan's encouragement, in a humble attempt to document my process of becoming a thesis writer.
Actually writing happens in moments that are richly equipped with tools (material and semiotic) and populated with others (past, present and future)... (writing) emerges as a confluence of many streams of activity: reading, talking, observing, acting, making, thinking, and feeling as well as transcribing words on paper.(Prior, 1998:xi, cited by Hyland 2002:31)