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Deconstructing a Writing Prompt

This activity offers guidance in deconstructing—or reading, analyzing, and understanding—writing prompts.
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Nicole Schmidt

on 4 April 2014

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Transcript of Deconstructing a Writing Prompt

Who is writing the answer?

You are, but what is your
voice
:
student
citizen
an authority
Deconstructing a Writing Prompt
Speaker
Type of Essay
Task
What is the prompt asking you to do?
Are you taking a stand?
How many paragraphs?
Conclusion
Subject
For example:
A prompt might tell you to think of a childhood experience.
What is the subject you need to write about?

What common themes or ideas (either implicit or explicit) are associated with the subject?
What kind of response are you writing:
expository
persuasive
synthesis
personal narrative
literary analysis
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