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Questioning is another way of generating ideas about your subject. In this method you ask yourself questions about the topic. You have a definite path to follow with this method as there are only six question words that you will use: who, what, when, where, why, and possibly how. Using this method helps you see your subject from different points of view and may help to make your position on the subject clearer.



Questions about Victoria
What does Victoria look like?
How big is it?
What is its economy based on?
What do the people do there?
Where is it located?
Why would someone want to visit there?
What is the weather like?
What are the tourist attractions?
What is its history?
When was it established?
Why is Victoria important?
What do tourists need to know about it?