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    single spoke and sub header spoke

    How can you narrow your topic to a single spoke or to a sub-header spoke on a map? How does this type of prewritting activity prepare you for outlining?


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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    I'm not understanding single spoke and sub-headers

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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    I've seen this question before and I don't know what it refers to either.


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    Angry Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    Can someone please help???????????????????


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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    Quote Originally Posted by PCWarren View Post
    I'm not understanding single spoke and sub-headers

    A spoke in brainstorming techniques, with the mind mapping. It's is just like a spoke on a wheel. When asking for a single spoke it means, one of the lines that is off of the main subject of the map. As in, the center of the paper will have a circle, inside that circle you would put your main topic, mine would be "Employee Privacy Rights in the Workplace", now you draw 4 or 5 lines outwards all on different sides of that circle. those lines are spokes.

    I haven't figured out the sub-headers yet, but I am going to assume that those are the circles that you draw after you make the lines.

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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    Thank you very much for that, Mmboose.


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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    How can you narrow your topic to a single spoke or to a sub-header spoke on a map? How does this type of prewritting activity prepare you for outlining?
    I am writing a paper on homeschooling and I'm puzzled over the sub-header. What is it?


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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    Thank you...


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    Red face Re: hello everybody.

    Quote Originally Posted by alicia410 View Post
    How can you narrow your topic to a single spoke or to a sub-header spoke on a map? How does this type of prewritting activity prepare you for outlining?
    I am just starting college and into my second week. I was just wanting some information on what is a sub-header or a single spoke? Can everybody help me?


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    Re: single spoke and sub header spoke

    Quote Originally Posted by PCWarren View Post
    I'm not understanding single spoke and sub-headers
    Thanks that has helped me some. You choose the same topic as I did.

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