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Brainstorming is an important part of pre-writing and is needed to successfully write the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
*Use the exercise today to write a brief synopsis of your essay.
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Brainstorming is an important part of pre-writing and is needed to successfully complete the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
*Use the discussion today to write a brief snapshot of your essay.
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**You can use a skeleton outline.
**A spider-graph or web of thoughts.
**Jumbled notes.

*Use the nouns that you used to finish the sentence, "I am a..." as a starting point.
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**You can use:
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skeleton outline.
***A spider-graph or web of thoughts.
***Jumbled notes.

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*The nouns that you used to finish the sentence, "I am a..." as a starting point.
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Brainstorming is an important part of pre-writing an is needed to successfully write the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
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Brainstorming is an important part of pre-writing and is needed to successfully write the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
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**You can use an skeleton outline.
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**You can use a skeleton outline.
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You will need to start brainstorming for the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
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Brainstorming is an important part of pre-writing an is needed to successfully write the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
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**You can use an outline.
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**You can use an skeleton outline.
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**Jumbled notes written on a napkin.

*Bring this
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**Jumbled notes.

*Use the nouns that you used
to finish the sentence, "I am a..." as a starting point.
*Relate these terms to the idea of change and historical significance.
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You will need to start brainstorming for the Historical Significance Essay (HSE).
*Use the exercise today to write a brief synopsis of your essay.
**You can use an outline.
**A spider-graph or web of thoughts.
**Jumbled notes written on a napkin.

*Bring this to class with you on Thursday.