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Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
Introduction To  Research (Part 2)
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Introduction To Research (Part 2)

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  • 1. Introduction to Research (Part 2) Aim : How do we locate, access and record research sources? Write Now : What is the difference between a primary resource and a secondary resource?
  • 2. Based on your Write Now…
    • What is the difference between a primary resource and a secondary resource?
    • Share your answer with
    • the people sitting next to you.
  • 3. What is the difference between a primary resource and a secondary resource?
    • Share out ideas you heard from the people sitting next to you. Example: John’s idea was …
    • In your notes write down examples that students share.
  • 4.
    • Wonder
    • Seek
    • Choose
    • Connect
    • Produce
    • Judge
    Let's review the 6 types of research
  • 5. Seek Locating & Accessing Resources
    • We can locate information in several places and formats:
      • Internet & Research software (At home/school computer),
      • Film & television (At home)
      • Books (library/school)
    • We access information by knowing what type it is:
      • primary source
      • secondary source
  • 6. At least one step removed from the event. Sometimes they include primary resources and discuss or analyze them. Get as close as possible to the truth of what actually happened during a historical event or time period. Work that interprets or analyzes a historical event or phenomenon. Evidence left behind by participants or observers. Secondary Sources Primary Sources
  • 7. Charts & maps that report events during that era. Government records created during that era. Textbooks, encyclopedias, trade books, published materials about that era Interview done during that time or of a person that lived in that time. Speech referring to that era. Speech made during that era. Published journal or magazine discussing life in that era. Diary, memoir, journal, autobiography from a person that lived then. Secondary Sources Primary Sources
  • 8. Seek Locating & Accessing Resources
    • Once we find information we must make a record of where we found it to:
      • Be able to find it in the future
      • Give credit to the people who wrote it
      • Properly cite sources in the research paper
      • Create a bibliography
    All of these things Prevent Plagiarism !
  • 9. Seek Locating & Accessing Resources
    • We record source information by writing the following:
          • title,
          • type of source,
          • brief description of source,
          • author(s),
          • date of publication,
          • city of publication,
          • volume used (if applicable)
          • page numbers used (if applicable)
  • 10. Let’s Practice Recording Sources!
    • Using one of the books provided, write the following in your notes:
          • title (some titles have more than one part),
          • type of source,
          • brief description of source,
          • author(s),
          • date of publication,
          • city of publication,
          • volume used (if applicable)
          • page numbers used (if applicable)
  • 11. Reflect & Summarize
    • How do we locate, access and record research sources?
    Independent Reading for homework!

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