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Ans: Answers will vary. 12. Discuss key differences between an electronic library catalog, an electronic periodical index (e.g., ERIC or Academic Search Premiere), and a search engine like Google or Yahoo. Ans: Answers will vary.
13. Explain a strategy that you would use to locate articles in periodicals on the topic of cloning. Be as specific as possible when describing your strategy. Ans: Answers will vary. 14. Explain steps or procedures you should use to improve your efficiency and/or effectiveness when using Internet search engines to conduct research for your presentations. Ans: Answers will vary. 15. Develop arguments both for and against using web pages as supporting material in your presentations. After explaining the arguments, develop a conclusion explaining which side you agree with the most. Regardless of which side you take, what can you do to reduce the concerns raised by the other side? Ans: Answers will vary. 16. Identify the criteria that you should use to evaluate sources of information. Discuss how these criteria can help you during the planning process for your presentation. Ans: Answers will vary. 17. Explain the difference(s) between internal, bibliographic, and oral references and citations. Why are each important to include in your rough initial outline, or during your actual presentation? Ans: Answers will vary. 18. Identify the different types of examples and explain why you should integrate them into your presentations. Ans: Answers will vary. 19. Discuss key questions that you should ask about surveys before you rely on them as evidence in your presentation. Ans: Answers will vary.
20. Identify different types of statistics that you could use in a presentation, and also explain steps you should take to make those statistics easily understandable by audience members. Ans: Answers will vary. 21. Explain the ethical responsibilities that you have as a speaker when using supporting material in your presentation. Ans: Answers will vary. 22. Using examples and analysis, describe situations in which you might want to use lay, expert, and celebrity testimony. Ans: Answers will vary 23. Discuss a plan for using technology resources to locate supporting material for your presentation. As part of your discussion, identify specific steps or stages, and also explain what types of resources you would use. Ans: Answers will vary. 24. Explain how you can use technology to improve the way that you conduct research for your presentations. Are there particular suggestions that you should follow when using specific types of technology? Ans: Answers will vary. 25. Discuss ways that you should critically evaluate Internet sources. Ans: Answers will vary. 26. Describe the types of supporting material that you can use in your presentations. Ans: Answers will vary. 27. Define plagiarism and describe how you can avoid it in your presentation. Ans: Answers will vary.
28. Explain what narratives are and why they are important to use as evidence in a speech.

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