NO VOCAB DUE NEXT WEEK!!!! Next Vocab Journal Due April 27.
Today, we will discuss how to search effectively for scholarly sources. Then you will begin your research.
Please see the announcements in CTLS on Saving Internet Articles and Documenting Internet Sources (there are videos to help you).
Researching and Documenting Sources
1. Scroll to the last page of your research paper file. It already has the title, Works Cited, at the top. As you conduct your research and locate sources for your paper, you will create a bibliographic citation for each source you find on the Works Cited page.
2. Read page 16 of the Essay Guide and watch one or more of the following videos:
3. Begin searching for articles that you can use for your research paper to support your claim.
4. As you find each good article, SAVE it on your computer and create a bibliographic citation for the article on the Works Cited page of your research paper file. (If you aren’t sure how to save a copy of your articles or if you need help creating the bibliographic citations, look at the information below.)