To do on your own: Open the sample source and read through for about 5 minutes - you won't be able to read the whole thing, but you can read the abstract, get an idea of what the source is about, and think about what evidence the author used. Use Google if you need help finding out more about the article. Notice the structure of the article and any characteristics about the article that you want to discuss with your group.
To do with your table: Work together to answer and submit the following questions.
Talk about the following questions at your table:
What would you call your source (or what type of source is it)? What clues tell you this?
Who wrote and published your source? Why does this matter?
What evidence does your source present (1 example is okay)?
How could this type of source be useful for your research in this class?
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