In this essay, I present three heuristics for writing and revising qualitative research articles in English education: “PAGE” (Purpose, Audience, Genre, Engagement), “Problem Posing, Problem Addressing, Problem Posing,” and “The Three INs” (INtroduction, INsertion, INterpretation). In so doing, I describe the rhetorical functions and conventional structure of all of the major sections of qualitative research articles, and show how the problem for study brings the rhetorical “jobs” of each section into purposive relationship with those of the other sections. Together, the three curricular resources that I offer in this essay prompt writers to connect general rhetorical concerns with specific writing moves and to approach qualitative research writing as a strategic art.
Lawrence, Ann M.
"Three Heuristics for Writing and Revising Qualitative Research Articles in English Education,"
Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education: Vol. 3
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/wte/vol3/iss2/7