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    Quick Help

    What does your teacher mean when she ask you to narrow your topic to a single spoke or to a sub-header of a spoke on the map? And how does this type of prewriting activity prepare you for outlining?

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    Re: Quick Help

    Thanks, Tdol. Apparently, it's a technique for figuring out what you want to write about. And it's something people only do in school.

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    Re: Quick Help

    Why do I get the feeling that some of us are doing distance learning? LOL. Maybe through Axia College? LOL. I had that same question for my COM120 checkpoint!

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