By Tricia Ebarvia
Last week I explained how I help students discover an inquiry question through independent research. Below, read on to lean more about our drafting process and the final products.
At the core of the inquiry paper is Kenneth Burke’s contention that writing is like “entering a conversation.” No doubt others have written about music and feminism, for example, but I encourage students to think of their final paper as their way of adding their voice to the ongoing conversation about their topic. Read more