CITATIONS - 7 18 2011 Peer Editing Session primary source...

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7 18 2011 Peer Editing Session primary source itself--- ultimately focus on the source - problem to understand - make claims about source itself thesis statements- rather broad :( - narrow down---> focusing on particular aspect of the course - generalizations :( formulating interpretation about source - source= evidence, thesis about the source itself some summary okay assume reader- familiar with the source not necessary to say what is said go right into the claims - not to have preface introduction. .. - jump right into discussion formulate own interpretation other historians’ interpretation- possibly affect yours as well come up with own interpretation :( longer assignment? - evaluate a debate of historians- events in source - more research for such an assignment---> long looking at the primary source CONCLUSION: ultimately conclude after making the claim summarizing the thesis, re-iterating again - wrapping up what already said at length ***Citation Styles important for several reasons---> give credit to authors
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