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i have to make a poster using the following words:
main idea, theme, generalization. i have to give the defintion and give examples. any suggestion how to do it.
thanks

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  1. Use a 'tree'. With branches named "theme", "main idea" and "generalization"... The make smaller branches( or fruit) off those with specific examples of each.

    That would be a good graphic and fun to do.

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    posted by GuruBlue

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