Exploration Process: A Three-Part Workshop

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Look into Process: A Three-Part Workshop

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Part 1 Locating Sources Part 2 Evaluating & Integrating Sources Part 3 Citing Sources

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Research Process Workshop Part 1: Locating Sources How to discover the confirmation your article needs

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Getting Started Familiarize yourself with various sorts of sources (books, daily papers, scholastic diaries, sites, and so forth.) Make utilization of the library's "Assistance with Research Page :" http://library.gmu.edu/inquire about/

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Need More Help? Contact a Liaison Librarian Consult and team up with understudies and staff on their exploration needs Select library materials in doled out branches of knowledge Communicate with scholastic divisions Instruct classes Provide one-on-one research help with individual, by telephone, email & IM http://library.gmu.edu/investigate/liais.html

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Research Process Workshop Part 2: Evaluating and Integrating Sources

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Evaluating Sources How to figure out which sources are reliable and what data is proper for your article

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Evaluating Sources: A Checklist Ask yourself addresses around 5 key ranges: Accuracy Authority Objectivity Currency (how flow is it?) Coverage

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How to Evaluate Print Sources Let's take a gander at some conceivable situations

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Scenario 1: You're composing a paper about music pilfering. Is it OK to utilize an article distributed in 2001? Given how much music pilfering has changed since 2001, it would most likely be a smart thought to utilize a more present source. (Be that as it may, on the off chance that you were utilizing this source to depict the historical backdrop of music pilfering, it may even now be OK.)

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Scenario 2: You're composing a paper about Shakespeare's As You Like It . Is it OK to cite a book distributed in 1962? Cash is relative. Given that As You Like It was composed in 1599 or 1600, a source composed 1962 is surely sufficiently present for your exposition.

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Scenario 3: You're composing a paper about current monetary patterns. Which would you be able to utilize? An article from Time Magazine An article from The North American Journal of Economics and Finance While Time may be a more present famous source, The North American Journal of Economics and Finance is an insightful source with more power. For this situation, check the rules on your task incite. You might have the capacity to utilize both of these sources.

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Scenario 4: You're composing an exposition for your Marine Biology class. Will you utilize a book composed by Simon Donner? All things considered, who is Simon Donner? Dr. Simon Donner is an educator at the University of British Columbia. He has a PhD in Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies. He has distributed articles in academic diaries like Limnology and Oceanography and Global Change Biology . His book would be a proper source.

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How to Evaluate Web Sources Let's consider some more situations

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Scenario 5: regardless you're composing that sea life science paper. Would you be able to utilize Dr. Simon Donner's blog, Maribo ? http://simondonner.blogspot.com Given the known ability of the creator, this is an incredible source. Situation 6: How about this blog? http://www.blogcatalog.com/blog/eye-of-the-dolphin There's no creator recorded. Without that data, we can't choose this is a dependable source.

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Scenario 7: You're looking for data on ALD http://www.aldfoundation.org/ald_info.html Although this source is not totally objective, the data gave on their site is great.

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Scenario 8: You're scanning for information on author Henry James : http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/hjames.htm What happens in the event that you go to: http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi Does this influence believability? Imply: Google the creator's name!

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Scenario 9: You're looking for data on perilous synthetic mixes: http://www.dhmo.org/Try Google once more. Discover anything suspicious?

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You are very brave sources… Now what?

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Integrating Sources How to adequately mix citations, rewords, outline, and your own particular investigation to make a discussion

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A great looked into paper is a considerable measure like a decent discussion Think of each of your sources and your own particular contention as voices in a discussion

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Balancing The Conversation Using the SEA structure for body passages guarantees great adjust. S ubclaim E vidence A nalysis

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An Example of the SEA Structure in real life: Another normal concern is coordinating extremely introverted understudies' upsets the instructive procedure for alternate learners. Bread cook, Lang, and O'Reilly state " s tudents with EBD (passionate and behavioral clutters) regularly participate in conduct that is problematic in the classroom, blocks instructive advance, and represses their capacity to frame and keep up associate connections" (403). The basic episodes and overstated responses most mentally unbalanced kids show concerns guardians that their kid's training will be relinquished to handle these circumstances. Chandler-Olcott and Kluth counter this contention by taking note of that an extremely introverted understudy's troublesome conduct can be a notice framework to an instructive issue (555). For instance, amid a typical perusing composing movement in a classroom if the system is excessively unstructured and the clamor level too uproarious numerous kids would be discreetly occupied, while a mentally unbalanced understudy may begin screaming to shut out the disarray (Chandler-Olcott and Kluth 555). Mentally unbalanced understudies may respond all the more fiercely to issues, yet this pushes instructors to alter them all the more rapidly for all understudies. The nearness of extremely introverted understudies in normal training classrooms can misrepresent little issues, yet advantage all understudies in the classroom at last.

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Integrating Evidence You can show confirm in various ways You make your own particular voice heard by giving investigation of this confirmation Quoting Paraphrasing + Your Analysis Summarizing *note: quotes, summarizes, and rundowns all require references

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What is Quoting? Citations are the correct expressions of a creator, replicated straightforwardly from a source, word for word. Citations must be refered to in your content and the sources they originate from recorded on your "Works Cited" page (MLA arrangement) or "References" page (APA design) Use citations when: You need to include the force of a writer's words to bolster your contention You need to differ with a writer's contention You need to highlight especially articulate expressions or effective sections You are looking into particular perspectives You need to take note of the essential research that goes before your own (Rohrbach and Valenza refered to in "What is Plagiarism?")

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Introducing Quotes Use flag phrases : The writer… argues observes insists writes counters reveals points out implies explains concludes states suggests comments claims maintains notes demonstrates says According to… (writer, character,narrator)

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Integrating Quotes Splice full or fractional quotes into your own particular words. This guarantees the confirmation is matched with your investigation. In "The Magnolia Tree," Jake's inability to discover his motivation in life is symbolized by the decay of the family tree: "Its trunk inclined toward Dad's instrument shed, and the branches bore no blooms in spite of the early spring" (Walker 32). In Walker's exposition "The Magnolia Tree," the debilitated branches that "drag no blossoms notwithstanding the early spring" symbolize the storyteller's inability to discover reason in life (32).

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Don't Drop, Integrate! A dropped quote is a quote that isn't coordinated into the paper. It remains solitary and is not grafted into your own particular words. Regularly, the quote is erroneously exhibited in a sentence independent from anyone else: In How to Write a Research Paper , Johnson reports that a typical type of literary theft is replicating and gluing content from the Internet without offering credit to the source. "Understudies don't understand that PC projects, for example, Turnitin, help educators get literary theft" (Johnson 32). "That is the reason it's important to the point that understudies know how to appropriately abridge, summarize, and cite material"(Smythe 12). By what method would we be able to enhance this section?

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Formatting Longer Quotations In MLA organize, cites more than four lines ought to be flush indented one crawl (10 spaces) from the left edge, twofold separated, without quotes: Nelly Dean puts down Heathcliff all through her portrayal: They altogether declined to have it in bed with them, or even in their room, and I had no more sense, along these lines, I put it on the arrival of the stairs, trusting it would be gone on the morrow. By possibility, or else pulled in by listening to his voice, it crawled to Mr. Earnshaw's entryway, and there he discovered it on stopping his chamber. Request were made in the matter of how it arrived; I was obliged to admit, and in reward for my weakness and savagery was conveyed of the house. (Bronte 78) In APA arrange, cites more than 40 words ought to take after a similar space design. The reference contains the creator, year, and page number: (Smith, 2003, p. 42).

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Shortening Lengthy Quotations Consider shortening your quote with ellipsis (… ), in the event that you can do as such without changing the source's unique significance Quote : "Felix, my affection, my everything, my sweet, on the off chance that you discover it in your heart to pardon me, and to do as such would make my heart pound with savagery, I will ensure that my dad, the noblest of all lords, will give you a huge reward" (Graw 53). Abbreviated : "Felix, my adoration,… on the off chance that you discover it in your heart to excuse me,… I ensure that my dad, the noblest of all rulers, will give you a huge reward" (Graw 53). Try not to utilize an oval in the event that you start utilizing the quote mid-sentence: When Genevieve states, "on the off chance that you discover it in your heart to pardon me."

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Making Quotations Flow Quote: "I wish there was some character who had moved into my life fo

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