Information Literacy Research Guide

Of the reasons provided give three examples of

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Of the reasons provided, give three examples of documented facts and three examples of opinions 4. Making up your own mind: With referral to the facts and opinions you identified in Step 3, express your opinion on issues relating to your issue. Provide documented facts to support your opinion. Example questions: Do the benefits of your issue here outweigh the drawbacks? Why or why not? Can individuals in society be trusted to make decisions on your issue here as ethical dilemmas appear? Should some types of your issue here be permitted while others are banned? Why or why not? What role should the government have in regulating your issue here? 5. Support your position: While not giving heed to your own opinion, determine economic value of the supporting data and develop debate strategy. Arrange your lists in order of economic value. i.e. Is the item easily applied to economic issues? Develop counterarguments to any items that do not support your position 6. Apply your knowledge : Using the guidelines provided, apply what you’ve learned to one of the formats below: Create a presentation (PowerPoint, movie, prezi, etc.) Be sure to divide the work (research described above and presentation development, and presentation delivery) amongst your team mates.
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