Lecture 3 Quiz 1. When you are writing your first draft, you shouldbe sure your plan is complete before you put anything on paper.work slowly and carefully so that your first draft can serve as your final copy.get your ideas down as quickly as possible, not worrying about correct spelling, punctuation, or other writing “mechanics.” be sure to write your composition in sequence, starting at the beginning and going through to the end.2. When you get your first draft down on paper, you should send it to its intended audience.begin correcting spelling and punctuation errors.be sure not to cut any of your content.begin evaluating the content and improving its effectiveness.3. In selecting a person to confer with on your first draft, you should choose someone whowill encourage you to talk about your topic.will give you honest, specific feedback.shares your viewpoint on your topic.will tell you that your piece is well written. 4. Which of the following is not appropriate to discuss in a conference about your first draft? misspelled wordsunclear passagesfaulty logica weak conclusion 5. If the person with whom you are conferring is giving you little specific feedback, you should show appreciation of any specific comments you are getting.ask specific questions about any parts of your composition that trouble you.ask open-ended (rather than yes-no) questions.All of the above.