Here are some examples of ELA (English Language Arts) prompts that are designed to be GPT-proof:
- Write an original short story about a character who experiences a major life change, such as moving to a new city, starting a new job, or going through a personal crisis. Use descriptive language and vivid imagery to bring your story to life.
- Analyze a work of literature from a particular period or genre, such as the Romantic era, modernist literature, or science fiction. Consider how the author uses language, symbolism, and other literary devices to convey their themes and ideas.
- Write a persuasive essay arguing for or against a particular social issue, such as climate change, immigration policy, or gun control. Use evidence from credible sources to support your argument, and address counterarguments to demonstrate the strength of your position.
- Explore a particular topic or concept through the lens of a literary work, such as the theme of identity in “The Great Gatsby,” or the representation of race and class in “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Consider how the author’s choices shape your understanding of the topic, and use textual evidence to support your analysis.
- Write a personal reflection on a significant event or experience in your life, such as a difficult decision, a challenging experience, or a moment of personal growth. Use descriptive language and vivid imagery to convey the emotions and insights that emerged from the experience.
These prompts are designed to require critical thinking, analysis, and creativity, which are skills that are difficult for GPT-based language models to replicate. By focusing on these types of prompts, teachers can help ensure that students are developing their writing and analytical skills in ways that go beyond what GPT-based language models are currently capable of.
*This post was generated entirely by GPT-3.5.😐