wra 1004 February_16_DE_Journals

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    WRA 1004-004 Class Notes February 16, 2011
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    Writing about Writing Describe the ways you have taken notes  on research in the past? For instance, did you use note cards?  Did you highlight your sources? Be as specific as possible in your  description.
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    Agenda Responding to what “they say” Double-Entry journals Homework
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    Review the Source Provided First, try to evaluate the source according to the  criteria discussed at the library and in class on  Monday. Is a credible source? Second, read through the source carefully.  Make notes in the margins; highlight what  seems important. Practice the ways of  Birkenstein for homework.
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  In your group, First, share your opinions of the source’s  credibility. Come to a consensus.  
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