In the top, black margin, click Copy to a new draft.
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  • After you finish writing a first, complete draft of your post, use the AI Mojo template
    [Assessing 20] Tracking the Themes Assessment
    to get ideas for revising and improving your post. Remember to get a few results.

  • After revising, add Categories, Tags, and a Featured Image. (Click to See How.)

  • Before you publish, delete everything above this line.

<Begin with a freewrite about your book. Write non-stop about your book. What have you been thinking about your book since you read last?>

<Title> by <Author’s First and Last Name> might leave a reader feeling <strong adjective>. <Explain what it is in the text that might bring that response.> An example of this is on page <___>.  “<Copy a couple of lines or a paragraph from the book.>

The book is about a protagonist who… <describe the main problem or conflict s/he faces>. The problem driving the plot <is/seems to be> <pick ONE: person vs. person? person vs. society? person vs. self? person vs. nature? person vs. fate?>. What I mean is …<explain>.

The issues that keep coming up are… <list a couple of issues, and explain>. You can see this on page <_____> where it says: “<Copy another 2 or 3 sentences or a paragraph from the book>.”  The theme here is <click this link to consider one of these>.  I mean, what’s at stake in this story is… 

 Seguimiento de los Temas

<Empieza con “una escritura libre” sobre tu libro o cuento. Escribe sin parar. ¿Qué has estado pensando sobre tu libro o cuento?>

<Título> por <Nombre y apellido del autor> puede dejar a los lectores <sintiendo adjetivo>. <Explica qué hay en el texto que causa tu reacción.> Un ejemplo está en la página <___>.  “<Copia algunas líneas de tu libro o cuento.>

El libro/cuento es sobre un protagonista que <describe el problema central o el conflicto que tiene el protagonista>. Este conflicto es <escoge uno: ¿persona versus persona? ¿persona versus sociedad? ¿persona versus sí mismo? ¿persona versus naturaleza? ¿persona versus destino?>. Lo que quiero decir es...<explica>.

Los problemas que siguen surgiendo son <menciona por lo menos dos problemas y explícalos>. Puedes ver en la página <_____> donde dice: “<Copia otras dos o tres oraciones o un párrafo del libro o cuento>.” El tema es <Escoge uno de estos>.  Quiero decir, lo que está al riesgo en la historia es

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