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STATE THE STEPS FOR CHOOSING A TOPIC.
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DICTIONARIES – GENERAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL THESAURUSES ENCYCLOPEDIAS – GENERAL AND SPECIALIZED ALMANACS ATLASES TELEPHONE BOOKS QUOTATION BOOKS WHAT WOULD YOU USE THESE FOR?
HOW DO YOU USE THESE?
WHAT ARE THE BEST USES FOR AN ENCYCLOPEDIA? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
HOW DO YOU SEARCH EFFICIENTLY? WHAT ARE BOOLEAN OPERATORS?
HOW DO YOU FIND INFORMATION IN MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, AND THE VERTICAL FILE? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
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The Research Process Library Resources What is available in your Library?
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The sources Encyclopedia: book or set of books containing articles on various topics, usually in alphabetical arrangement, covering all branches of knowledge.
1 Matakuliah: G1062/Public Speaking Tahun: September 2006 Gathering Materials Pertemuan 8.
Speech Gathering Information. Sources – Yourself Personal Experiences Use your knowledge on the topic Firsthand info is interesting May be the only info.
1 Reference Materials Reference Materials. 2 Introduction: We use reference materials to help us with our research or writing. Reference materials give.
What information can be found in an atlas? A.) phone numbers B.) street names C.) city mayors D.) land and water features.
The Research Process Simple Steps for Success. Developing a Plan Create an Outline using ROV Method 1.Present Thesis 2.Define unclear terms in thesis.
Research Papers Locating Your Sources. Two Kinds of Sources Primary source: original text, document, interview, speech, or letter (it is the text itself)
1. A ______________________ is a periodical that gives real world information. There are many different sections to read this reference material such.
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REFERENCE MATERIALS. Types of Reference Materials Almanac Atlas Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations Internet Dictionary Thesaurus Encyclopedia Periodical Index.
Study Skill: Choosing Reference Sources Mrs. Boston Library.
Chapter 9. Personal Knowledge & Experience Select familiar topics ▪ Personal knowledge is good support ▪ Examples, illustrations, explanations ▪ From.
Using Your Own Knowledge and Experience Personal experiences, anecdotes, stories from your or someone’s life you know personally GATHERING MATERIALS for.
INFORMATION LITERACY Locating Information. Five Common Types of Reference Materials Dictionaries Thesaurus Encyclopedia Atlas Almanac.
Where Can I Find Information?
M. Holt SHS Librarian. Journals Magazines Newspapers Reference sources Websites Databases.
Locating Information and Reference Sources Review Quiz.
NC WiseOwl Resources for Your Research To get to NC WiseOwl enter the URL as shown. If a password is required at anytime, use wiseowl.
Starting Research and Finding Sources Comm Arts II Mr. Wreford.
Directories, Almanacs, Yearbooks LIS 704 Summer 2009 Reference & Online Resources.
Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 2009 Public Speaking: An Audience-Centered Approach – 7 th edition Chapter 7 Gathering Supporting Material This multimedia product.
When you need to know or get some information about a certain topic, what do you do?
Basic Reference Resources Park View High School Library Media Center Prepared by Candace Main Rush Library Media Specialist.
Using Reference Sources January th Grade. Which one should I use? 1.Almanac 2.Atlas 3.Dictionary 4.Encyclopedia 5.Library Database 6.Science Magazine.
Databases. Databases – objective Define database Show differences between databases and search engine Show pathfinder Demonstrate databases Search databases.
Journals Magazines Newspapers Reference sources Websites Databases.
Mrs. Corder. Getting ready for research What is a research paper anyway?
Parts of a Book Jeopardy Reference Books Front of A Book End of A Book Inside A Book Library Resources
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Functional Text What is functional Text?. Definition Functional text is used for everyday information. It is called functional because it helps you function.
Media Center Orientation Who Can Help Me? Ms. Dwyer Media Specialist Academic/Unified Arts Teacher.
THE DIFFERENT FLAVORS OF INFORMATION RESOURCES GENERAL ENCYCLOPEDIAS Multivolume set of books or CD containing information that provides an overview.
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