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Tasha was brainstorming for her upcoming speech by creating categories:

People, Books, Pets,
Current Events, and Hobbies. Then, she thought of topics under each category. She ended up
choosing a topic under her Pet category, the goldendoodle, for her topic. What strategy did Tasha
use to generate ideas for her topic?
A. Brainstorming
B. Brainmapping
C. Personal Inventory
D. Concept Mapping

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