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  1. 1. Create Order With COLOR
  2. 2.  Do ◦ Put it in your own words. ◦ Keep track of your sources by color. ◦ Make note of page numbers. ◦ Indicate “direct quotes.” ◦ Differentiate between speaker and author. ◦ Take more notes than you think you need.  Don’t ◦ COPY (or paste) notes ◦ Take too few notes. ◦ No notes = no paper. ◦ Leave your citations for later. ◦ Rely on sources that are not credible.
  3. 3.  Use ONLY sources that have been peer- reviewed: ◦ Magazines, journals, news articles ◦ Books ◦ Database articles ◦ Online NEWS articles  Wikipedia is NOT an acceptable sources.  Web pages or blogs are NOT acceptable sources.
  4. 4. Note: There are notes from four sources here, each represented by a different color.
  5. 5. Make yourself heard over all the information
  6. 6. Note: The black text represents my analysis of the notes I took from the source above. (I need to add more!)
  7. 7. Use the Cornell Notes method I placed in your notes document to explain, analyze and expand upon your researched information.
  8. 8. Notes from Source #1= Red Source #1 Citation = Red **Choose a different color for each source!**
  9. 9. Note: The same student relied on her color system for her in-text citations.
  10. 10.  Detailed notes = detailed research paper  Organize notes (sources) by COLOR  Use black text to signify your thoughts and analysis of your researched information.
  11. 11. 1. Put your Topic and Guiding Question at the top of your NOTES file. 2. Use the “Database Shopping Mall” handout to guide you to the best databases. 3. Take notes in COLOR! 4. Use quotation marks around ALL words that are not your own. 5. Use the Cornell Notes method to analyze and explain your researched information. 6. Copy and paste the entire CITATION into your Works Cited page. Use COLOR here too.

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