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Develop a Research Inventory Develop a Research Inventory What materials do I currently have? What will my audience want to hear? Pathos: What is my audience expecting? Ethos: Use credible/trustworthy sources Where can I find the information I still need?
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Types of Research Types of Research “Superficial” “Semi-scholarly” “Scholarly”
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Assessing Sources Assessing Sources Accurate Relevant Reliable (sources) Recent
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Assessing Sources Assessing Sources www.widener.edu www.widener.edu ( ( http://muse.widener.edu/~tltr/How_to_Evaluate_9. http://muse.widener.edu/~tltr/How_to_Evaluate_9. ) ) See handout about Wikipedia See handout about Wikipedia
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Citing Sources Citing Sources Orally, in the speech delivery Written, in the preparation outline (internal citation) Written, in the bibliography Always cite the minimum number of sources required for each speech!!
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