How can you narrow your topic to a single spoke or to a sub-header spoke on a map? How does this type of prewriting activity prepare you for outlining?
By an accident of search engine behaviour, we have a lot of people asking us how to narrow their topics to a single spoke or to a sub-header spoke on a map. Even though these questions have been posted in an English language forum, we have have tried to find the exact answer, without any success.
The people asking the question all seem to come from Axia College/Phoenix University, so it is clearly a question they are pasting from an assignment into the search engines word for word. We have tried posting sticky answers saying that we do not have the exact answer and giving a few links to relevant sites, but these are ignored and we are asked about single spokes and sub-headers several times a month. It does not matter how many times we say that we don't know; all answers we have given are ignored and they keep posting the same question.
It is worrying that people studying at degree level seem to lack the research skills to look at previous answers and keep posting the same question. However, for Axia/Phoenix students coming to us for the first time, we do not have a straight answer to question about how to narrow your topics to a single spoke or to a sub-header spoke on a map. You can find a few links here, here and here. However, you will not find a straight answer to the question anywhere. Furthermore, your questions are simply skewing the results in search engines, so it would make more sense if you worked on those research skills in order to find a clear answer. If one of you returned with a clear answer once you had been taught it, it would help, but I am really not waiting with bated breath.
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