Source-Based Question. Error Analysis. Inference. Begin with the inference – usually the message the author or artist wants to convey to readers Don’t start with evidence or description of cartoon Use precise adjectives – X “bad” leader.
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Purpose – the desired effect on the audience –
to turn the public (vague) against the Israelis
causes / major event / consequences or impact of conflict
1st paragraph - Yes + evidence + explanation
2nd paragraph – X-reference to support/confirm the source utility
Three types of knowledge you can X-reference to:
Contextual knowledge (CK) / other given sources /
3rd paragraph – Why source is not useful? What does it not tell you with regard to the issue (Gaps in information)
X-reference with CK/other sources/background information to
challenge the usefulness of the source in the question.
Link back to usefulness
4th paragraph – Another X-reference (Optional)
5th paragraph – MIA (Message / Intended Effect / Audience) :
biased / not-biased – so reliable or cannot be trusted fully