Introduction

Definition of Finding Significance

Suggested Sequence

Exercises

Suggested Readings


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The Writing Process

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Pages 124-133 in the PHG are useful guides for students having a hard time starting to read. "Looping" and "clustering" (page 125) are great activities for in-class draft time that often get the most reluctant students to recognize that they have something to say. Looping and clustering provide different modes of thinking for students who feel intimidated by the idea of writing sentence after sentence on a blank page -- for nonlinear thinkers, these techniques really work.