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
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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!

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