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1 Source Cards and Note Cards Research Note-Taking

2 Source Card You will need to create a source card for each source you use. Each source card should include information about the source ( author, title, year, etc.). Different types of sources use different formats. Make sure you use the right one. Each source card is assigned a letter that will be used in creating your note cards.

3 SOURCE CARD ( Book ) Author : Title : Publisher : Date : City : A

4 SOURCE CARD (Book) Author: Isabella Brega Title: Argentina: Wild South America Publisher: White Star Publishers Date: 2007 City: Vercelli, Italy A

5 SOURCE CARD ( Article from a website ) Author : Title : Date article was written : Date looked up : Complete web address : B

6 SOURCE CARD ( Article from a website ) Author : National Geographic Xpeditions Title : Migration : Reasons to Move Date article was written : 2005 Date looked up : November 24, 2011 Complete web address : http :// www. nationalgeographic. com / xpeditions / lessons /09/ g 35 / Migrations. html B

7 SOURCE CARD ( Encyclopedia – Print ) Name of Encyclopedia : Article you looked up : Author of entry : Edition ( what year ): Page #: C

8 SOURCE CARD ( Encyclopedia – Print ) Name of Encyclopedia : Encyclopedia Britannica Article you looked up : Argentina Author of entry : Edition ( what year ): 2010 Page #: 85 C

9 SOURCE CARD ( Encyclopedia – Online ) Name of Encyclopedia : Article you looked up : Author of entry : Edition ( what year ): Web Address : D

10 SOURCE CARD ( Encyclopedia – Online ) Name of Encyclopedia : World Book Student Article you looked up : Argentina Author of entry : Brad D. Jokisch & Ana Margheritis Edition ( what year ): 2011 Web Address : http :// www. worldbookonline. com / student / article ? id = ar & st = ar gentina D

11 Note Card The page # goes in the upper left corner. The matching source card letter goes in upper right corner. The topic name should be centered on top line of card. Write only on the front side of the card. Write facts, but do not use complete sentences. Do not copy straight from the source. Write the information in your own words to show your understanding.

12 Argentina s Ancestry ( NOTE CARD ) p. ? D Ancestors from Europe, especially from Italy and Spain European immigrants came when Spain set up colonies Largest wave of immigration in the late 1800s because of government encouragement Small indigenous population compared to other Latin American countries Indigenous mostly in isolated parts of north and southwest One of the largest Jewish populations in the Americas Other groups include Asians and Middle Easterners

13 Work Cited Rathje, A. ( n. d.). Note & Source Cards [ PowerPoint slides ]. Retrieved from http :// www. students. ed. uiuc. edu / arath je /.../ Note %20&%20 Source %20 Cards. ppt


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