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My Research Project  www.bedfordresearcher.com Generate Ideas for a Topic: Brainstorming In your research log, use brainstorming to generate ideas for a topic.  Brainstorming involves writing a list of ideas and thoughts as they occur to you.  Most often, brainstorming sessions are conducted in response to a particular  question, such as “what surprises me most about what I have read so far”?  Brainstorming is most successful when you avoid censoring yourself. Typically,  you will use only a few of the ideas you generate during brainstorming, so avoid  worrying about weeding out bad ideas until you have completed the  brainstorming session. Brainstorm  responses to the following questions: 1. What do I want to accomplish with this project? I want to  people to understand the needs of proper food consumption.
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  • Winter '08
  • DavidMartin
  • vegetarian diet, Brainstorming sessions, Research Project www.bedfordresearcher.com, Project www.bedfordresearcher.com Generate, Meat Eating Diet, topic.  Brainstorming

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