Reflection: Complex Tasks Continuing Work on Locating Sources: Evaluating Usefulness - Section 2: Searching for Sources: Student Research Time


Students today were encouraged to "stick with it" in the face of the challenge of locating appropriate source information; the practice developed their research skills and understanding of patterns. (The video mentioned is technically "above" this one.)

  Complex Tasks: Reflecting on Students Searching for Sources
Loading resource...

Continuing Work on Locating Sources: Evaluating Usefulness

Unit 4: Persuasive Writing: Research and Rhetorical Skills
Lesson 3 of 16

Objective: SWBAT assess the usefulness of sources for providing evidence to support persuasive claims, using both traditional card catalogs and on-line database resources, demonstrating understanding by completing source cards.

Big Idea: Where to go for support? We continue to search for supporting sources!

  Print Lesson
Add this lesson to your favorites
source card examples
Similar Lessons
Analyzing Diction, Anaphora And Rhetorical Strategies In Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have A Dream Speech (1 of 2)
10th Grade ELA » Rule Makers And Rule Breakers
Big Idea: Can a text be so complex that it has multiple purposes directed toward diverse audiences?
Independence, MO
Environment: Suburban
Lindsay Thompson
Gathering Evidence to Write Arguments on Demand
9th Grade ELA » Writing Arguments
Big Idea: Students prepare to meet the demands of "on demand" argumentative writing
Bel Air, MD
Environment: Suburban
Paula Stanton
My Forbidden Face: Life Under the Taliban
9th Grade ELA » Amazing Afghanistan: PBL, Inquiry-Based Investigation into The Kite Runner
Big Idea: This is our first glimpse at dehumaniation in non-fiction. It's a powerful and controversial topic to examine.
Park Ridge, IL
Environment: Suburban
Tim  Pappageorge
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload