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Process Analysis exercise

This is not a collaborative exercise, so don't move your desk nor get into a group.

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In about ten minutes, develop one or two quickly composed paragraphs in answer to one of the following tasks (which will be assigned to you).

You won't be asked to turn this in or exchange it with anyone, so don't worry about neatness and grammar; however, push through the entire task and write it all the way to completion, no matter how underdeveloped it seems to you after ten minutes. (Hint: Try to see the answer in its entirety first before you begin writing about it.)

GROUP A

GROUP B

GROUP C

How do you make [anything you know how to do well]?
How do you know when you're lost?
How does music change the world?

Describe the steps involved, but make them interesting.

Describe the techniques and challenges.

Be thoughtful in your answer.


 

Last Updated: 01/13/2016

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