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How to Brainstorm

Students will brainstorm a list of interesting questions. Part B of the ABC strategy.
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Wesley Warner

on 23 April 2012

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A ABC Writing Strategy ABC Escribir Estrategia Learning the ABC's! B C Draw an arrow from each circled TO-DO word to what it specifically tells you to do. Dibuja una flecha de cada círculo TO-DO palabra a lo que específicamente se lo diga. attack the prompt atacar a la tarea de escritura Circle the TO-DO or Action words Cross out the words that say WRITE AN ESSAY in the prompt. Tachar las palabras que dicen escribir un ensayo en la tarea de escritura Círculo de la TO-DO o las palabras de acción Under the prompt, make a DO-WHAT chart. Debajo de la tarea de escritura, hacer un DO-WHAT gráfico. The DO-WHAT chart from Attacking the Prompt The Attacked Prompt brainstorm possible answers choose the order of your response 1 2 3 4 think show explain use DO WHAT about someone you've studied in school what makes them special to study why they're special details and examples to support your ideas show Add the To-DO word SHOW in front of questions lluvia de ideas posibles respuestas Determine which Thinking Map suits your purpose Map your Ideas Determine qué pensar Mapa adapte a sus efectos Un mapa de sus ideas. Let's see how you Use for: Explaining, Descriptive Essays Use for: Persuasive Essays Use for: Explaining Essays Martin Luther King Jr. Coca-
Cola Water Civil War Causes Effects think show explain use DO WHAT about someone you've studied in school what makes them special to study why they're special details and examples to support your ideas Martin Luther King Jr. Audience: Teacher Purpose: To Describe Martin Luther King Jr. Audience: Teacher Purpose: To Describe Fought for black rights. Shot for his beliefs. Famous "I have a Dream" speech. Martin Luther King Jr. Audience: Teacher Purpose: To Describe Fought for black rights. Shot for his beliefs. Famous "I have a Dream" speech. Questionable moral life. Non-violent demonstrations Learned from Ghandi Inspired Rosa Parks Killed by arrogant racists Became a martyr In his death he lives on Delivered in Washington Changed the world Unscripted (recited from memory) Was it a real dream? Dream came true Christian Preacher African-American Man Lived during a time when black people were mistreated. Married man Use your DO-WHAT chart to guide you think show explain use DO WHAT about someone you've studied in school what makes them special to study why they're special details and examples to support your ideas Use your DO-WHAT chart to guide you think show explain use DO WHAT about someone you've studied in school what makes them special to study why they're special details and examples to support your ideas Use your DO-WHAT chart to guide you (Usa tu DO-WHAT carta que le guiará) (Usa tu DO-WHAT carta que le guiará) (Usa tu DO-WHAT carta que le guiará) The Thinking Map from Brainstorming Circle Map Circle Map Circle Map Martin Luther King Jr. Audience: Teacher Purpose: To Describe Fought for black rights. Shot for his beliefs. Famous "I have a Dream" speech. Questionable moral life. Non-violent demonstrations Learned from Ghandi Inspired Rosa Parks Killed by arrogant racists Became a martyr In his death he lives on Delivered in Washington Changed the world Unscripted (recited from memory) Was it a real dream? Dream came true Christian Preacher African-American Man Lived during a time when black people were mistreated. Married man think show explain use DO WHAT about someone you've studied in school what makes them special to study why they're special details and examples to support your ideas Use your DO-WHAT chart to guide you (Usa tu DO-WHAT carta que le guiará) Circle Map Determine Audience Determine Purpose Su público es el que está escribiendo y comunicando a. Cuando cambia el público, los cambios de la comunicación. (Audiencia) ¿Quién es su audiencia de este ensayo? Por ejemplo, que el grado de su papel? Determinar el propósito Determinar el propósito What is your reason
for writing? Are you EXPLAINING something? (Expository Essay) Are you PERSUADING somebody? (Persuasive Essays) Are you DESCRIBING somebody? (Biographical Naratives) Are you writing to ENTERTAIN? (Fiction/Jokes/Lyrics) Example: This is how you make an I-Phone. Example: Stop drinking water, drink Coca-Cola! Example: Once upon a time... Example: Martin Luther King Jr. is an important person to study. Si es usted explicar algo? (Ensayo Expositivo) Si eres PERSUASIÓN a alguien? (ensayos persuasivos) ¿Estás escribiendo para entretener? (Ficción / Chistes / Letras) ¿Va a describir a alguien? (Naratives biográficos) To Explain To Persuade To Entertain To Describe Your Purpose is your Reason for writing. Su propósito es la razón por escrito. ¿Cuál es su razón para escribir? (Describir) (Entretener) (persuadir) (explicar) 6 different audiences are presented to you. How do you greet them? Notice how your communication changes for each audience. Your audience is who you are writing or communicating to.
Audience When you change the audience, you change your communication. Random Punk Guy. President Obama. Teacher. Who will be your Audience in this essay? Hint: who will be grading your paper? show Add the To-DO word SHOW in front of questions Your peers. 1. 2. 3. Source:
Gallagher, Kelly. Teaching Adolescent Writers. Portland, Me: Stenhouse, 2006. Print. Your grandma. Selena Gomez.
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