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And as writers, both of us know from lots of trial and error that in order to craft something powerful, you have to be prepared. It was in this idea of preparation that we saw an important opportunity. There are excellent titles about the process but there is not much information about what writers need to do before they are ready to write.
Preparing to write—doing the presearch and research about a subject—shapes what we say and how we say it when the time comes to do the writing.
Presearch is what writers do to prepare for the real digging for information research. In other words, presearch is planning for research. When young writers learn to organize their thoughts and questions, as well as the knowledge they bring to a subject, they have a solid foundation on which to tell a compelling story or craft an iron-clad argument. When students have these skills, they become independent researchers, which is an important part of the writing process.