Specific Noun: a word which conveys a specific person place or thing.
Active Verb: a word which conveys a specific action.
State of Being Verb: a word which conveys a state of being. A state of being verb is sometimes called a "linking verb" or a "helping verb" because it is sometimes used to link the subject of a sentence with a predicate. For more information, click here.
Descriptive Adjective: a word which describes a noun
Purpose: the reasons which motivate a writer to write (why we write)
Audience: the person or group of people to whom a writer is writing (to whom we write)
Content: The ideas and information included in a piece of writing (what we are writing about)
Form: the words and structures a writer uses to organize their ideas (how we write)
Lexicon: the specific vocabulary of an individual or group of people, as opposed to all of the available words of a language or languages (your brain's dictionary)
Drafting: the continual process of outlining, composing and revising a piece writing
Formatting: following an organizational template of writing
Publishing: communicating a piece of writing to a person or group of people
Word: a small, single unit of meaningful letters or speech
Adverbs: Words which modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs.
Formula: Adjective + ly = Adverbs
Adjectives: Words which modify a noun.