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How should I brainstorm ideas for a writing prompt?. For example:. You are in your classroom with your teacher and classmates. Suddenly, your principal makes an announcement that there is a surprise in the cafeteria. Write a story that tells what happens next.

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How should I brainstorm ideas for a writing prompt?

For example:

You are in your classroom with your teacher and classmates. Suddenly, your principal makes an announcement that there is a surprise in the cafeteria. Write a story that tells what happens next.

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Understanding the Question

Brainstorming Ideas

Making a Plan

Writing the Sentences

Revising

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Writing Prompt

You are in your classroom with your teacher and classmates. Suddenly, your principal makes an announcement that there is a surprise in the cafeteria. Write a story that tells what happens next.

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Reread the prompt.

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Ask, “What are some possible story ideas?”

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Make a list of at least 5 possible ideas.

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Writing Prompt

You are in your classroom with your teacher and classmates. Suddenly, your principal makes an announcement that there is a surprise in the cafeteria. Write a story that tells what happens next.

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You are in your classroom with your teacher and classmates. Suddenly, your principal makes an announcement that there is a surprise in the cafeteria.

Write a story that tells what happens next.

What could happen next in this story?

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Possible Story Ideas

Ice Cream Party rewarding us

A special guest, the President

A special event, a circus show

A new school banner

5. Early dismissal because of snow

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Reread the prompt.

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Ask, “What are some possible story ideas?”

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Make a list of at least 5 possible ideas.

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Read the writing prompt below. Follow the steps from this lesson to brainstorm possible writing topics.

You are at walking by your favorite ice cream shop with a friend. Suddenly, you notice a ten dollar bill in your pocket. Write a story that tells what happens next.

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Find a partner. Using topic cards, turn over one card so you can both see it. Work together to list possible story ideas for that topic. How many can you come up with?

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Imagine you have been given a writing prompt that you cannot think of five possible story ideas for.

What might you do to solve this problem? List three things you might do. Share your list with a partner.

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The writing prompt below lists several memories you might have of a teacher. For example, something funny your teacher did, something your teacher taught, or a field trip you went on with your teacher.

Can you brainstorm a story from your own memories for each suggestion listed?

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Think about a memory you have of a teacher. The memory could be something funny your teacher said or did, something your teacher taught you, a field trip your teacher took you on, or a time that your teacher made you feel proud. Write a story about that memory.

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Read the writing prompt below. Brainstorm possible story ideas by making a list.

Writing Prompt

Think about a time you were helpful. For example, maybe you helped to care for an animal or helped to make a special meal. Write a story about a time you were helpful. Give enough details for readers to understand how you were helpful.