- Explain why one of the 5 forms of "Collecting Data on Your Own" might suit the needs of your Rhetorical Analysis topic.
- What's something new you've already learned from your Rhetorical Analysis and/or library book? Be specific!
- Explain what you want to learn by researching for this project.
- Let's examine some of your research practices so far and see what works and what we can improve on!
- Next, I've got some helpful activities for understanding plagiarism and Library of Congress searches.
- These concepts should help guide you in both finding new sources and utilizing the ones you've found so far.
- There may be some bonus points available for your successful participation in these activities!
- Read Chapter 18 in EAA, Evaluating Sources (it's super short!), and be prepared to discuss it on Wednesday.
- You do not need to write a Reading Response for this reading.
- Instead, begin thinking about composing some of the information for your first three Journal entries, based on the ideas in this chapter!