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Presidential Paper Wolf March 2011 Take Out: 1. Writing Utensil 2. Piece of Paper 3. Pink Packet 4. Any handouts from Ms. Wolf
Three Main Focuses Research Process Note Taking Bibliography http://www.ntid.rit.edu/research/cprint_summary.php
The Research Process 1.Pick a Topic 2.Get background info 3.Get in-depth info 4.Get current info or more specific info BHQ about which president Encyclopedias Books Journal Articles & Websites Figure out subtopics Figure out keywords to search w/ Print versions in library Online – Encyclopedia BritannicaEncyclopedia Britannica Check out the cart of books Search Destiny or MOREDestinyMORE Student Research Center Access Newspaper Database Selective Google searching
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Label Things http://www.featurepics.com/FI/Thumb/20090118/Small-Colorful-Post-Notes-1041669.jpg http://www.pollsb.com/photos/o/17035-highlighter.jpg http://www.how-to-podcast-tutorial.com/images/example-podcast-outline.gif Label with: Subtopics and resource name
Book Bib Card (1) Fleming, Candace. The Lincolns: A Scrapbook Look At Abraham and Mary. New York: Schwartz & Wade Books, 2008. Print. Number of Source Bibliographic Information Indent every line after first line!
Book – Note Card (1) P. X Basic Bio Abraham born Feb 12, 1809 Mary Todd born Dec 13, 1818 “While visiting Henry Clay’s house, Mary declares she intends to grow up and marry a president.” Bib Card Source & Page #NotesSubtopic Why use quotation marks?