Hi ethicalboy, I am looking for some quick research. I am looking at the positive effects of utilizing writing cues/prompts as you write. I believe this will aid someone's thinking process. Please see page 3 of the attached document for a simple example of cues, but do not be limited to these cues or the taxonomy mentioned. It is just an example of simple cues. I am looking for "academic proof" for the following:
1. This will aid your thinking process and make it much easier for you to write. For example, I am looking for answer here like "Writing cues help you write. It makes it much easier for you to write because we have difficulty making connections to relevant points" (and then have at least 2 academic sources attached to verify this)
2. Writing cues don't need to be that specific (open-ended questions are fine). I know open-ended (versus close-ended) questions spur discussion in real-life conversation, but need to get proof. For example, I am looking for answer here like "Asking open-ended questions allows you to access 30% more of your intellect and allows you to further the discussion" (and have at least 2 academic sources to support it)
3. This will save someone a lot of time. If there's an approximate percentage that can be made based on the sources, that would be ideal. For example, I am looking for answer here like "70% of our time is spent thinking about what to write as opposed to writing itself. Writing cues will cut that time in half" (and then have at least 2 academic sources attached to verify this)
I only need 2-3 bullet points for each question, however each bullet point must be from an academic source. I also need to be able to view the academic source online or be given a PDF of the academic source if I can't access online where you're getting the information from.
I need this completed within 12 hours. It's a very tight deadline but very easy if you can get the research.
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