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Selecting and Organizing Information - Brainstorming

A ppt about the topic on Selecting and Organizing Information specifically the techniques on brainstorming.
A two-hour lesson for Grade 11 - Reading and Writing Skills

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Selecting and Organizing Information - Brainstorming

  2. 2. Motivation “Write it fast” • Class is divided into 4 groups • Each group holds a white board and a marker • The leader of each group goes in front, one of them picks a category. • The leaders go back to their teams and tell them the category • The teams then brainstorm words in the category and write them down. • The first team to finish shouts “STOP” • The winning team calls out their answers. And the rest of the team crashed out the answer what was mentioned.
  3. 3. Objectives • define what is brainstorming • enumerate the different techniques of brainstorming • appreciate the importance of the use of different brainstorming techniques • practice brainstorming techniques
  4. 4. Activity 1 “Five Things That….” a. Each group must have 5 members. b. Teacher calls out one of the categories and the students then brainstorm and write down five answers. c. Each team gets a corresponding point for each answer that matches the survey’s answer. d. The team with the most points at the end of the game is the winner.
  5. 5. Analysis 1. What did you do to find out what is being ask? 2. Did your members contribute their own ideas to the categories being required? How? 3. If you are going to choose would you like to brainstorm ideas alone or individual? Why? 4. How were you able to organize the information? 5. What is brainstorming? 6. How is brainstorming important to you as a student?
  6. 6. Brainstorming • an informal way of generating topics to write about, or points to make about your topic. • is an individual or group activity. • Using this technique, efforts are made to make a solution to a particular problem • Ideas are gathered and listed from the input of every member.
  7. 7. Methods in Brainstorming 1. Idea list 2. Idea map 3. Free Writing 4. Cubing 5. Researching
  8. 8. Methods in Brainstorming 1. Idea list - simply involves listing ideas about a particular topic. It also helps you find the main idea and supporting details. - is appropriate to textual people, or those who are more comfortable in processing words than visuals. -simply requires you to write the main topic and them write down all related concepts below it.
  9. 9. Methods in Brainstorming 1. Idea list (example) Topic - Unemployment 1. Jobs 2. Poverty 3. Salary 4. Lack of education 5. Lack of jobs 6. Low salary 7. Lack of money 8. Fresh graduates
  10. 10. List down causes that are worth fighting for. Try it!
  11. 11. Methods in Brainstorming 2. Idea map - also called webbing or clustering - is a visual representation of ideas and their connections with one another. - more structured and is able to show how one idea subordinates another idea.
  12. 12. Methods in Brainstorming 2. Idea map (example) Unemployment Effects Causes Lack of money Emotional problems Layoff Lack of motivation Lack of jobs Family problems
  13. 13. Use mapping to write about OPM. Try it!
  14. 14. Methods in Brainstorming 3. Cubing - an idea is examined from six distinct viewpoints.  You describe the topic (what is it?)  Compare and contrast it (what is it like or unlike?)  What do you associate it with(what does it remind you of?)  Analyze it (what are its parts?)  Apply it (in what ways can it be utilized)  Argue for or against it (in what ways can you support or oppose it)?
  15. 15. Methods in Brainstorming 3. Cubing
  16. 16. Methods in Brainstorming 3. Cubing example Too much money is spent on toys and games
  17. 17. Using cubing, write about K to 12. Try it!
  18. 18. Methods in Brainstorming 4. Free writing - set a time limit and number of words or pages. Just write. Do not edit yourself. - it allows someone to work without inhibitions. - you turn off the editor in you and allow the writer in you free rein
  19. 19. 4. Free writing Sample Free Write about a name Cassandra She is a fashionista. A Grade 11 student, Senior High, with moderately good grades Moderately popular, has a good group of friends and is generally well-liked Comes from a nuclear family: parents still together and an older brother The older brother is the black sheep of the family, the rebel, the trouble-maker Allergic to both cats and dogs Recently dumped by her highschool sweetheart Light brown hair with purple highlights running through it; a chic bob that comes to her chin, cut to that length after her break- up Has had the same best friend since the second grade, Erika, whom she first met at a neighborhood-wide birthday party for Erika and her twin brother, Steven Unaware of Steven’s long-term crush on her Loves the rain, especially in the summer, but hates the rainy days; gets cold easily Confident and likes to laugh, but is not very witty and not very good at telling jokes
  20. 20. Do a five-minute example of free-writing on the subject about your plans on 2017 in 100 words. Try it!
  21. 21. Methods in Brainstorming 5. Researching - you go to the library or check out websites on the internet. Make a list or map of the new ideas. - is appropriate to textual people, or those who are more comfortable in processing words than visuals. -simply requires you to write the main topic and them write down all related concepts below it.
  22. 22. ASSESSMENT In a ½ crosswise sheet of paper Answer the following questions. 1. What is brainstorming? 2. What are the different techniques of brainstorming?
  23. 23. ASSIGNMENT In a ½ crosswise bondpaper to be submitted next meeting. 1. Research about K-Pop.
  24. 24. -end