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Checklist for Prewriting
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My prewriting will help me think about, plan, and organize my writing if I

Did you:
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• brainstorm ideas to find a topic by using one of the prewriting strategies:
* Taxonomy
* List, Group, Label
* Clustering
Gather ideas
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• narrow my topics to one that I think will be manageable. Ask myself these questions:
* Is it a topic I care about?
* Is it a topic I know well?
* Is it a topic for which I know many details?

Find one narrow topic that fits the prompt and my knowledge
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• brainstorm details that support my topic.

list upport ideas
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• consider my audience.

refer to Who?
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• consider my purpose.

refer to Why?
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• create a controlling idea. What is it I want to say about my topic?

Develop Theme
Message
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• filter the details I listed above and then decide what to keep, what to abandon, • and what to add.

Choose for audience, purpose, theme
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• add icons for elaboration to help me remember how I am going to write about those details.

√ where to add details/verbs
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• number my icons/ideas in the order I want to write.

Organize and order; transitions
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• decide how I am going to write my introduction and conclusion, using icons where appropriate.
Interest, questions, thesis, message
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I know I may continue to change my mind and add or abandon ideas or even change the order of my ideas as I write.
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Checklist for Prewriting to a Prompt
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My prewriting will help me think about, plan, and organize my writing if I

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ÿ brainstorm ideas to find topics connected to the prompt by using one of the prewriting strategies included in the prewriting module:
ß Taxonomy
ß List, Group, Label
ß Clustering
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ÿ narrow my topics to one that I think will be manageable. Ask myself these questions:
ß Is it a topic I care about?
ß Is it a topic I know well?
ß Is it a topic for which I know many details?
ß Is it connected to the prompt?

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ÿ brainstorm details that support my topic.

ÿ consider the audience mentioned in the prompt.

ÿ consider the purpose in the prompt.

ÿ create a controlling idea. What is it I want to say about my topic?

ÿ filter the details I listed above and then decide what to keep, what to abandon, and what to add.

ÿ add icons for elaboration to help me remember how I am going to write about those details.

ÿ number my icons/ideas in the order I want to write.

ÿ decide how I am going to write my introduction and conclusion, using icons where appropriate.

I know I may continue to change my mind and add or abandon ideas or even change the order of my ideas as I write.
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PreWriting
Persuasive Elab
Persuasive Techniques
Expos Elab
Expository Approaches
Expository √list
Persuasive √list
CON Score Guide
COS score guide
rubric with notes
conventions
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ideas
Word Choice
Voice
Organization
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