Thesis Statement: “Adult learners should mentors in order to further their educational, personal and professional goals”.
Thinking Critically About Sources Worksheet
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In Module 1 you selected a thesis statement. Now it is time to begin finding and evaluating sources related to your thesis. First, view Information Literacy Lessons #2 and #3. Then evaluate one of the sources you find for your research paper using the attached “Thinking Critically About Sources” worksheet. Note that you are not locked into using this source for your paper. You may change your mind and replace it with a different source later.
Given that the phrase “thinking critically” is in the assignment name, please be thoughtful in your responses. Limit or preferably avoid direct quotes. Demonstrate higher levels of critical thinking such as evaluation.
TWO PAGES FOR THIS WORK. NO PLAGIARISM.
THE LINK FOR INFORMATION LITERACY LESSON 2: TYPES OF SOURCES IS (softchalkcloud.com/lesson/serve/8HavcinZu4flgT/html
THE LINK FOR INFORMATION LITERACY LESSON 3: SEARCHING FOR SOURCES IS (softchalkcloud.com/lesson/serve/RgYUp98chst2AZ/html
THE MATERIALS FOR THIS WORK ARE EMBEDDED IN THE DRAG AND DROP BOX
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