O = Organize
Next, sift through the ideas you have generated and decide what to use.
What stands out to you? What catalyzes further thought?
Decide how to sequence your ideas so your readers get the fullest impact.
Clarity is a virtue: distinguish between major points.
Choose the best way to organize your significant ideas:
diagram (LD Types) or mind map (DSPS Services for Student w/ LD)
argumentation essay structure (eg. from Eric Palmer's Phil. 110 class, SBCC)
matrix diagram (eg. from Jan Anderson's AD Nursing class, SBCC)
flow chart (eg. from Jan Anderson's AD Nursing class, SBCC)
condense & capsulize
custom designed worksheet
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