Tomorrow’s Test: Plagiarism, Vocab, Husker Du, ASoT.
“Warm Up, 11/30.” Write the ANSWER.
- Have newer articles been published on your topic? a) Currency b) Relevance c) Authority d) Accuracy e) Purpose
- Are alternative points of view offered? a) Currency b) Relevance c) Authority d) Accuracy e) Purpose
- Can you verify any of the information in another source? a) Currency b) Relevance c) Authority d) Accuracy e) Purpose
- (2) The medication seems effective. _____, more research must be done to see if it’s safe. _____, it’s best to avoid it.
- Parents, please don’t ____ a teacher’s July and August time off; it’s for your child’s own safety! (haha)
- The rich merchant’s wife “commenced scolding and _____(ing) the little fellow…until her scolding turned to cooing…”
- “Too much ale and too few wits” = a _______.
- lush : barren :: generous : _____(ing)
- She was ______ to report her friend for cheating. (Not discontented.)
- poison : remedy :: smile : _____
- willing : reluctant :: poor : _____
- After being uncared for for so long, the fruit tree was ______.
- He was _____ with his boring job. (No, not reluctant.)
- There was a _____ of volunteers to help with party. With so many people, the preparations were finished quickly.
“Time and Punishment.”
“Research Topic, 11/30.” Please write your SPECIFIC research topic in the form of 5 questions. Please make sure these questions are not the kind that can be answered in a sentence or two. These should reflect what you want to know and what you’re going to explain to us.
If I have approved your questions, Chromie up! Then:
First find a good source. Give it a mental CRAAP Test. If it passes:
- Start a Google Doc with the title Works Cited.
- Open your first source in a new tab. Copy the url and open another new tab.
- Go to EasyBib.com.
- Paste your url into the form and create a citation.
- Paste it into your Works Cited doc.
- Start another Google Doc and title it Notes for _____.
- Find your five questions about your topic and put them on your notes sheet to organize your notes.
- Start reading and note-taking!
- Start ANOTHER Google doc. Title it ________ (your topic).
- Your first paragraph or two should show “your topic in action.” If your topic is diabetes, for example, you might show us what goes on inside the body of someone with diabetes and how the insulin goes to work. Or you might show a day in the life of a diabetic person, and all the things they have to be aware of.
- The rest of your paper should be organized by your questions. Use each one as a “section” of your paper. When you’re finished, we’ll take out the questions, and be left with a well-organized paper.