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How to Find More Questions about a Topic

Click on the bottom right ARROW to proceed. Then, move your cursor at the bottom to MORE, click on Fullscreen, press ESC to exit Fullscreen mode . . .
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Hartmut Scherer

on 22 February 2018

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Transcript of How to Find More Questions about a Topic

-> write down your answers, rephrase them
as questions
2. What do you want to know about this topic?
How to Find More Questions about a Topic
1. What attracted you to select this topic?
-> think about it, write down your answers and
rephrase them as questions
-> ask others around you and rephrase their
answers as questions
3. Search the internet for more questions
-> e.g., search for
questions about the "discipline
of celebration"
-> I searched for "celebration" in this MS Word
document and found two questions on page 35
<----I selected this link
page 35
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