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Get essay writing help for brainstorming and planning your essay. Essay writing study guides and writing exercises will help you plan your essay.

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    Brainstorming and Writing Study Guide

    Brainstorming and Writing I write entirely to find out what I'm thinking, what I'm looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear. - JOAN DIDION (1934–) AMERICAN NOVELIST AND ESSAYIST Brainstorming is one of the ...

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    Mapping Your Subject and Essay Writing Study Guide

    Mapping Your Subject and Essay Writing Writing is like walking in a deserted street. Out of the dust in the street you make a mud pie. - JOHN LE CARRÉ (1931–) BRITISH SPY NOVELIST This lesson introduces techniques for organizing ...

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    Answering Writing Prompts: Writing Review Study Guide

    Practice exercises for this concept can be found at Answering Writing Prompts: Writing Review Practice Exercises. What Is A Writing Prompt? A writing prompt is basically a set of instructions. ...

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    Answering Writing Prompts: Writing Review Practice Exercises

    Review the lesson for Answering Writing Prompts: Writing Review Study Guide. Practice Exercise For each of the following prompts, identify what type of prompt it is. Think of a time ...

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    Timed and Untimed Essay Writing Strategies: Writing Review Study Guide

    Practice exercises for this concept can be found at Timed and Untimed Essay Writing Strategies: Writing Review Practice Exercises. Some essays may be assigned far enough in advance ...

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    Timed and Untimed Essay Writing Strategies: Writing Review Practice Exercises

    Review the lesson for Timed and Untimed Essay Writing Strategies: Writing Review Study Guide. Practice Exercises Practice Exercise: Untimed Essays Rearrange the ...

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    Thinking About Audience and Purpose Help

    Understanding Your Audience Imagine that you've been asked to write about your life-saving experience for the local hospital newsletter. You expect your audience to be adults, so you plan and draft your article in anticipation of that audience. But when you submit ...

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    Understanding the Assigned Topic Help

    Understanding the Assigned Topic This lesson explains how to break down an assignment to understand exactly what is required. Whether you like the freedom of choosing your own topic or prefer to ...

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    Freewriting and Listing Help

    Brainstorming Ideas How do you generate ideas? Some writers stare at a blank page waiting for inspiration, while others dive into a draft hoping ideas will come as they write. Both of these techniques take time and often result in disappointment. There are more ...

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    Writing, The 5 W's, and Mapping Help

    Asking Questions Asking "who, what, where, when, and why" is a formula that journalists, detectives, and researchers use to get a complete story. This technique is particularly useful when you're choosing an essay topic and when focusing a topic once ...

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