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Lecture 2.pptx

  1. Mind maps, free writing and brainstorming techniques.
  2.  Mind Map  Free Writing  Brainstorming Techniques  Brain Writing  Round Robin  Figuring Storming Content
  3. Creative block: How to deal with it First Person POV Birds Eye (Clarity)
  4.  Mind mapping is a visual way of organizing and representing ideas and information. It involves creating diagrams that link connected concepts, ideas, and tasks together.  Mind mapping can be used to brainstorm, organize thoughts, plan projects, and improve communication. What is Mind Mapping?
  5.  Freewriting is a technique in which the author writes their thoughts quickly continuously, without worrying about form, style, or even grammar.  Alongside mindmapping, freewriting is typically used early in the writing process to collect and manifest one's thoughts before moving into creative writing i.e poetry, story writing, screenplay or copy. Freewriting!
  6.  Keep your hand moving the whole time. ...  Don't cross out and especially don't erase. ...  Don't worry about spelling, punctuation, or grammar. ...  Time yourself! Important Tips
  7.  Character Driven: The second method for character freewriting is to write in first person as if you are the character. This brings you inside your character’s head to better understand his or her goals and motivations.  Words and Imagery: Choose a word or image and while you’re freewriting, keep your mind focused on it. If your mind goes blank during the free write, come back to the word E.g Bird, Family, Freedom  Solution freewriting is a technique for solving problems in your writing projects. Start by writing the problem across the top of the page. Try to form it into a question. Then write. Allow yourself to explore tangents and be emotional. Freewriting Types
  8. Brainstorming Techniques
  9.  Unbalanced conversation. Extroverted personalities and quick thinkers dominate the conversation, leaving no time for other teammates to contribute.  Anchoring: One or two people do 60 to 70% of talking. Preventing fresh ideas.  Quality Over Quantity: Focusing on quality is a problem when it comes to brainstorming stage as it can result in fear of judgment and fewer ideas produced. Brain Storming Problems
  10.  Round Robin: In a round-robin brainstorm, every member of the meeting participates, contributing one idea to the brainstorm. The first rule is that the group has to make it around the whole room at least once before anyone can contribute a second idea.  Brain writing: Then everyone passes their ideas to the person on their right (or left, whichever you prefer), who will then build off of the ideas, adding bullet points or creative strategies.  Figure storming: The group picks a well-known figure who is not in the room—it could be a boss, a fictional character, or a well-known public figure For example, you might ask: How would Oprah Winfrey approach this problem? Brain Storming Techniques