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Where do good ideas come from?

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Christopher Frye

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Where do good ideas come from?

Developing a Topic Generating Good Ideas From there, it needs to be developed, like a seed. Starts with a hunch; sometimes it's just a passing thought. Ask yourself: several questions about the content of the idea: To do that, the idea has to be "worked"
or in the case of writing: Outlined Make it grow! Again, like a seed - you now have all
of the necessary ingredients. Good evidence shows us that truly amazing ideas come from collaboration: Social Collaboration http://owl.english.purdue.edu/engagement/index.php?category_id=2&sub_category_id=2&article_id=54 Write as much as you can about the idea, including a
full outline of what you want to say, and how it
needs to be said..... Click Here Putting Pen to Paper Point and Support More like: Point Support Support Support Free writing Explore a topic without worrying about being correct Begin with a Point But support that
point with evidence Expand with secondary support Examples, quotes, etc.
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