How To Brainstorm Topics For The College Admissions Essay
For each potential topic that you are thinking about writing about, you need to brainstorm in order to determine which one is the best for you. The following worksheet questions can help you narrow your selection so you can choose the best topic for your reflective essay.
Brain Storm for Essay #4 – travisdattilo
Below are the instructions as you will see them on the actualGED test. To give yourself some experience with the testing situation,find a quiet place that you can write for 45 minutes. Read the directions,then randomly choose a topic. Do not look through the topics before youchoose. This will help you with the testing situation because you areassigned a topic at the test; there is no choice. Use the Plan for Success below to ensure a good essay. When it's complete, turn it in to me either handwritten or via email. I'llgive you feedback and a score according to the .Read directions and topic: 3 minutesPrewriting (freewriting, brainstorming, clustering ormapping, etc.): 5 minutesOrganize (write a thesis statement or controlling idea andoutline main ideas): 3 minutesDraft (write the essay): 20 minutesRevise (read through the essay and make changes to ideas): 8minutesEdit (check for correctness in grammar and spelling): 6minutes
This brainstorm sheet supports a timed essay on the play. If offers ways in to answer the question.
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