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Levels of Experience

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Kayla and Stephen Briseño

on 15 September 2011

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Transcript of Levels of Experience

Levels of Experience Level 1 experiences are:
everyday things
the same to everybody
you would tell to anybody
a lot more interesting to you
BORING and predictable Level 2 experiences are:
more personal
happen differently for everyone
you would tell only your friends
INTERESTING for OTHER people to hear
more INTERESTING and not predictable Level 3 experiences are:
very personal
you might write about in a journal
you would only tell your best friend
EXTREMELY interesting to read Level 4 experiences are:
what happens in your life that you probably never talk about
you will possibly never write about in your life Draw this in your notes
(Draw the squares too): Examples:
birthdays, holidays Example:
the death of a pet,
someone trying to fight with you,
or a problem with a teacher Examples: the death of a family member,
parents divorce
(with my
senses) (Things I know) Memories Done that I've seen I've heard Been there ideas truths attitudes sayings thoughts/opinions Experience Beliefs Your
name Most really engaging pieces of writing have something from each hand.
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