Direct Writing and Quick Revising
Split the time you have available for writing into two. Use the first half to write complete sentences, but not to do fine-tuning. This is the Direct Writing part. Use the second half to do the Quick Revising:
Find a suitable order for the sentences (e.g., by numbering them).Add any necessary transitional sentences.Tidy up what you have.
The resulting text may be short, but it is a coherent product that is finished. (This technique comes from Elbow 1981, chapters 4 and 5.)
Elbow, P. (1981). Writing with Power
. New York: Oxford University Press.
(See Phase H