Here’s a scene of a classroom with a teacher and 30 students learning how to write prompts using ChatGPT:
The bell rings and the students start to file into the classroom, taking their seats and getting out their laptops. The teacher, Mr. Brown, stands at the front of the room, smiling and greeting each student as they come in.
“Good morning, everyone!” he says cheerfully. “Today we’re going to learn how to write prompts using ChatGPT.”
Mr. Brown walks to the blackboard and picks up a marker. He writes the date and the topic of the day’s lesson: “February 24, 2023 – Writing Prompts using ChatGPT”.
“ChatGPT is a powerful tool that can help you generate ideas and prompts for your writing,” he explains. “Let me show you how it works.”
Mr. Brown pulls up a sample chatbot window on the projector and starts typing in a prompt.
“Let’s say we’re trying to come up with a writing prompt for a persuasive essay on climate change,” he says. “We can start by typing in ‘climate change’ and see what ChatGPT suggests.”
The students watch as the chatbot suggests a variety of different prompts, such as “Why We Need to Take Climate Change Seriously” or “The Impact of Climate Change on Our Future.”
“Now it’s your turn,” Mr. Brown says. “I want each of you to open up a chatbot window and type in a topic of your choice. Then, see what prompts ChatGPT suggests and write down the ones that you find interesting or inspiring.”
The students start to type away, chatting with ChatGPT and generating a variety of different prompts. Mr. Brown walks around the room, checking on their progress and answering any questions they may have.
After about 20 minutes, Mr. Brown calls everyone back to attention.
“Now that you’ve had a chance to play around with ChatGPT and generate some prompts, I want you to choose one that you really like and start working on a piece of writing based on that prompt,” he says. “Remember, the prompt is just the starting point. It’s up to you to take it and turn it into a great piece of writing.”
The students get to work, typing away on their laptops and writing stories, essays, and poems based on the prompts they generated. Mr. Brown walks around the room, offering feedback and suggestions to help them improve their writing.
As the class comes to a close, Mr. Brown thanks the students for their hard work and reminds them to keep practicing and exploring the many different tools and resources available to them.