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  • 1. Tool for drafting and revision
  • 2.  When entering a restaurant, the customer usually gets a menu from which to pick and choose the food items they would like to enjoy. FEED invites you to do the same. You know you can’t eat everything on the menu, so you choose what you want. It’s like that in writing.
  • 3.   To grow as writers you should eventually sample everything on the menu to find your style and voice. This strategy promotes that sampling. The items on the menu will help you draft the middle of your expository paper.
  • 4.  Facts  Explanations  Example (Anecdote)  Details/Descriptions
  • 5.  Something you can prove
  • 6.  Information added to clarify
  • 7.  A little story New Jersey is my favorite place for vacation because of the crabbing. If it’s crab season, we crab. We keep the blue crabs and the snow crabs, and we let the others go. Sometimes we catch crabs on hooks, and sometimes we lower crab cages into the bay. Then we pull them out later. One time my brother caught a crab so big that it got stuck in the crab cage! The crab finally got out, but it hurt one of its legs and broke the cage trying. Poor crab!
  • 8.  Close ups, what you would see if you were only five inches away
  • 9.   Long shots What you would see if you were several feet away