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  1. Explain how this applies to the “systemic failure” of education. “One of the main causes of failure is giving up what you want most for what you want now.” -Jesse Ahroni

  2. Research Question • Using your notes from the film, you are to generate a research question that addresses all 5 W’s in the Research Question Model. FUNNELING • How do I do this? Select a topic from the film and begin testing it to see if you can answer all the questions.

  3. Please copy the following slide on the inside cover of your spiral.

  4. The Research Process: Where Are WE? 1. Select a topic to research. 2. Formulate a research question to guide the research process. 3. Determine a list of potential sources and experts in the field. 4. Prepare a means to gather the appropriate data. 5. Analyze the data and synthesize the information to form new ideas about the topic.

  5. Evaluating Sources & Creating Source Cards with STAR criteria

  6. Why Do We Research? • Sources provide an element of the rational appeal (logic, proof, studies, analysis by experts) • What you should check for: • Age of source • Author of essay, article, or book • Publication

  7. STAR Criteria • Sufficiency: Is there enough evidence? • Typically: Is the evidence representative and typical? • Accuracy: Is the evidence accurate and up-to-date? • Relevance: Is the evidence relevant to the claim?

  8. Basic Citations Book: Sundquist, Eric. Faulkner, A House Divided. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1993. Print. A Book with 2 Authors: Harrison, Samuel W., and Ben Wright. Movies in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1994. Print.

  9. Source Card For Film Film Waiting For Superman. Dir. Davis Guggenheim. Paramount, 2010. Film.

  10. Citing a Website • Name of author, compiler, director, editor, narrator, performer, or translator of the work • Title of work (italicized if work is independent; roman and quotation marks if part of a larger work) • Title of overall Web site (italicized) if distinct from #2. • Version or edition used, if relevant • Publisher or sponsor of the site; if not available, use N.p. • Date of publication (day, month, and year, as available); if nothing is available, use n.d. (use roman in actual entry) • Medium of publication (Web) • Date of access (day, month, year) • Or Use BIBME.ORG

  11. What this Looks Like . . . Cook, John. “Cult Friction.” Radaronline.com. Radar Magazine, Apr. 2008. Web. 2 May 2008. <www.radaronline.com>

  12. Source 2 Type: Internet Magazine Citation:Cook, John. “Cult Friction.” Radaronline.com. Radar Magazine, Apr. 2008. Web. 2 May 2008. <url>

  13. Note Cards • A Note Card is simply a piece of information you might use from a source , and how you might use it.

  14. This is a Source CardType: Internet journal Source 2 Gable, Robert. "Impact Newsletter: Functional Assessment of Classroom Behavior Problems." Home | Institute on Community Integration (ICI). N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Mar. 2012. <http://ici.umn.edu/products/impact/182 >

  15. Topic: Problem with testing 2 All students are supposed to be successful. “ . . .achieve positive outcomes.” All Students can not “achieve positive outcomes” (Gable) if they are over-tested. This is a note card made from the source in the previous slide

  16. Note Card System (15) • Subsequent Cards will include the following: • Quote you are going to use • Page or paragraph number • Its value and place in your paper • (citation)

  17. Your Turn • Make a practice Source Card from one of the sources I’ve listed. • Make a practice note card from that source. • Compare yours to the previous slide to check for accuracy. • Staple note card in spiral when it is correct.

  18. Source 1 • Type: Book • Citation: Sundquist, Eric. Faulkner, A House Divided. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1993. Print.

  19. Source 1 • Quote: “William Faulkner’s legacy continues to live on in contemporary culture.” • Page number: 97 • Place: Paragraph 2, grounds • Value: I will use this quote in the “grounds” segment of my paper. It will help me prove that Faulkner is the best national author that we have.