Developing Ideas and asking questions

Developing Ideas and asking questions - affected by it 7...

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1- What do I already know about… (name your topic/issue)? 2- What do I want to know about it? 3- Let’s list some questions whose answers will satisfy my curiosity. Consider the standard journalist’s questions: Who? What? When? Where? How? Why? 4- What is the significance of my topic/issue? 5- What examples illustrate my topic? What do the examples say about my topic? 6- What are the causes and effects of my topic? Who is/are
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Unformatted text preview: affected by it? 7- Once I research the current state of affairs about and around my topic, can I make an argument about it? (Yes/No) 8- Since I will have to address an audience that knows more than I do right now, what question/s will be more appropriate to such an audience? 9-Is it possible to answer this question with some degree of specificity in a six-page paper? (Yes/No)...
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