Mechanical Scaffolding | Part 3 of 3

1 June, 2012 § Leave a comment


scaffolding (black and white)

When I write an article or paper I don’t want there to be any mechanical errors. In other words, I want my piece to be structurally, and grammatically sound as well as having the correct punctuation. So what do I mean by mechanical scaffolding? Mechanical scaffolding is the checklist that you go through in your head to make sure that you have written a mechanically sound work. However, while chronological scaffolding is like a ladder, mechanical scaffolding is everything from the iron beams that hold everything together to the last coat of paint. The idea is that in order to have a finished product that elevates your reader’s imagination and understanding you must have solid mechanical scaffolding.

Any Questions? Please ask them and I’ll be happy to either briefly answer them in a reply or go into further detail in up and coming posts.

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