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State usefulness of source

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on 18 August 2013

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Transcript of State usefulness of source

How to answer Utility questions (Source Base)
State usefulness of source
Source A is useful in showing... It states"...." This explains....

*Note: Link it back when you explain how evidence and issue relates
State limitations of source
Source A is limited as it does not portray ____________ and ____________ about <issue>.
Cross refer to ANOTHER source to show limitations of source
When I cross refer to Source B, Source B states, "...." This explains ________ Note: Link your explanation back to the issue using the quoted evidence.
Purpose to be given only if source is unreliable
Consider
a) Author of the source
b) Audience of the source
c) Intent of the author: To discredit/to persuade/to encourage/to criticize/to inform/to educate
d) Intended reaction from the audience: To support/Be angered (tangible/observable actions and feelings)
Cross refer to another source to show usefulness of source A
When I cross refer to Source B, it states "..." This explains...

*Note: Link it back when you explain how evidence and issue relates
Cross refer to CONTEXTUAL KNOWLEDGE to show limitations of source
When I cross refer to contextual knowledge, it states... This explains ________
Note: Link your explanation back to the issue using the evidence.
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