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Writing quick responses . December 1, 2010. Bell Ringer- list the differe n ces. Directions. For each foundational prompt you will have 5 minutes to write at least a one paragraph response!

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writing quick responses

Writing quick responses

December 1, 2010

directions
Directions
  • For each foundational prompt you will have 5 minutes to write at least a one paragraph response!
  • The goal is to help you gain experience in timed writing and pacing yourself, don’t get frustrated this is PRACTICE for our 15 week assessment.
prompt 1
Prompt #1
  • What job would you never want to have, regardless of how much money it paid?
prompt 2
Prompt #2
  • What does it mean to act “selfishly”?
prompt 3
Prompt # 3
  • Given the ability or power, what single problem would you eliminate from childhood?
prompt 4
Prompt #4
  • What is your definition of the “good life”?
share
Share!
  • Get in small groups (no more than 4)
  • Review your writings
  • Share your responses
  • Create a mini list of the following things
    • What was the most difficult prompt? Why?
    • Did you hit any “roadblocks”? If so where?
    • Was there any additional stress because you were being timed?
    • What techniques did you use to help you finish your responses?
debrief activity
Debrief Activity
  • Create a writing prompt for our next bell ringer. Make sure that it can be answered in a paragraph. Think about your experiences with the prompts today, try to make a prompt that will work for all students and is easy to understand!
  • Homework: Tutorial Questions for tomorrow!!
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