August 27th, 2022
Week 3: Prewriting, Brainstorming, Asking Questions (1) Read through the Prewriting section of the OWL (Online Writing Lab) of Purdue University (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/673/01/). (2) Brainstorm your ideas for your research/topic. (3) Ask yourself, is there “more” to discover or another road toward the understanding you seek than what you initially thought? How will this research impact/empower me as an educator? Now you are ready to truly move into both more refinement: Refine your thesis statement from last week’s journal entry.
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