At this stage, you require writing a preliminary thesis statement, expressing what your main arguments are going to be. You require sketching a broad outline indicating the whole structure, including main points and subpoints.
Based on your outline and thesis statement start writing. Don't wait until you fill all the research gaps. Just mark them with special searchable symbols, so you could get back to them later. Do your best to get to the final point of your writing as soon as possible and left pieces shouldn’t stop you. Just keep to your outline form, it will make your research more organized.
The given draft is a fully rewritten and re-thought version of your paper. In other words, it's the heart of our writing research process.
First, it would be a good thing to lay the first draft aside for some time just to gain distance from it. Then, after a while, try to read it with a critical approach. Most likely you'll notice a great number of glitches. Don’t get depressed. Just fix all of this and keep working on your research.
It's crucial that your redone draft contains paragraphs which begin with topic sentences that identify the argument you'll be making in the certain paragraph.
Now you're ready to check the redone, your final draft. At this stage you require checking accuracy as well as suitability of words. You don't need unnecessary passive and awkward noun constructions, do you? So, get rid of them. Then, eliminate repetitions and make your style smooth and clear. Make sure that the start of your work is interesting for readers. Finally, make spell-check and then proof-read.