Organizing an idea.
List-making works in a similar way to brainstorming, in that you try to think of as many items related to your topic in as short a time as possible. However, you may find it helpful to make several lists instead of one long brainstormed list, starting with a different starter item on each list. This will prove useful later on in the pre-writing process, because your ideas will already be organized into subsections. You may even want to write your different lists on different sheets of paper and then lay them out on your desk (or even your floor!) to see if you've missed a category.
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