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TUES. 9 SEPT. 2014
Transcript of TUES. 9 SEPT. 2014
Turn to the back cover of your
At the top, write your response to these:
Last week you were asked to
several sources and then
their information in order to draw a conclusion.
On a scale of 1-10 (10=high)
how confident are you
that you performed those tasks correctly and effectively? Explain in a sentence or two
you rated yourself at that level.
If you rated yourself below a 10, what do you feel like you
need to know
in order to have greater confidence?
Explanation of key points.
Explanation of ideas and
the ideas are communicated.
similarities and differences
between multiple stated ideas and implied meanings.
Judgment about the
effectiveness, validity, value, reliability, etc.
) of the information based on its stated and implied content, overall structure, referencing of sources, and audience-appropriate presentation.
Selection of stated ideas and implied meanings in order to
create new understanding
not otherwise communicated by any individual source; The drawing of
based on all the evidence provided.
The text has the answers.
You create the answers.
Not all information is created equal.
What is included
. what is left out?
Is complete logic represented, or are there flaws and fallacies?
Is the information meaningful?
Who is the audience and why do they care?
Is there information here you can use?
Who is the author and why are they credible?
Is the presentation professional?
Is the point made in a way that makes sense?
Is the audience engaged enough to learn?
Are multiple sides of the topic considered?
Evaluate the reliability, value, quality, and effectiveness of this source. Explain your reasoning.
Due @TSOC tomorrow
...understand the difference between summary and synthesis.
...understand what it means to evaluate a source/article.