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A quick-write is a writing exercise meant to free your thinking and writing and to get some discourse going about a topic. To do it, think about the scenarios and sample solutions put forth in the w-hole exercise. Try to distill some important concepts or framings from each case.

Then open a word-processing document, put your fingers on the keyboard, and write freely, nonstop, for a specific amount of time - about 5 minutes, in this case. Do not censor your thoughts or judge your writing. If you can not think of a precise word or phrase, leave a blank and go on. Whatever you write will not be criticized or graded. The key is to write continuously for 5 minutes, while reflecting on the exercise.

When you have finished writing your quick-write in your word-processing program, spell check, grammar check, save a copy, and then copy and paste your quick-write into the form provided below.







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