- Today, I'd like you to think back to the example that I asked you to read.
- How does this demonstrate the difficulty with breaking down arguments? (Think about the terms explicit and implicit!)
- What relevance does this have to the sources that you're investigating?
- First, let's talk about assignments and submission practices...
- Using the Libguide!
- Scholarly sources (and Ulrich's)
- Alternative databases!
- Rhetorical Situation
- APA citations
- Then, let's talk about how these early drafts can be improved so that they're valuable parts of the construction of your own arguments!
- Finally, we should spend some time discussing how the library visits can help you continue your search for information and perspectives!
- Including details from your sources is critical preparation for constructing your argument.
- Evaluation is very important for our librarians!
- Take the rest of the class time to complete this quick survey, based on our trip to the Bell Library last Friday.
- Your instructor was Lisa Louis and our course number is ENGL 1302
- Read Chapter 19:Using Sources in EAA.
- Write a Reading Response based on the following prompts:
- Choose one question from page 420 that you can best answer with your current research and answer it.
- Choose two bullet points from pages 428-433 and explain (each with it's own paragraph) how it applies to your research.