This Brainstorming lesson plan also includes:
Leave all critics and censors out of this activity, but include all class members in an introduction to two types of brainstorming. The “Seeds” strategy involves listing seeds for a script that grow from something seen, read, dreamed, etc., that sticks in one’s mind. In the second strategy, “Visualizing,” participants create lists of ideas that come from visualizing the five senses, things they might hear, smell, touch, taste, or see. Although designed as part of a series of exercises on scriptwriting, the ideas included in the packet could be used with any brainstorming session.
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