Posted: November 30th, 2016
As a first step in preparing to write the research and to familiarize you with the process of critically reading and analyzing evidence, you are required to submit a Source Review of one document or piece of evidence that you considering using as one of your two primary sources.
The Source Review must be single-spaced, have page numbers, and include a cover page with your name, the assignment title, my name and the course number, date, and your group project topic. As a general guideline, this assignment should not be much longer than three pages.
The first section of your review consists of a substantial excerpt (one to two paragraphs) from the source you have chosen (or a description and link if it is a web-based source). If the source you have chosen is, in its entirety, shorter than three paragraphs, include all of it. If you are evaluating a source that is not a document, you must include at least one image (or a link, if it is film, video, or music). In addition to the source’s title and author (if known), you must also include the name of the publication in which it was found and/or the collection it came from. If it came from an online archive, database, or website, include the link (a “stable URL”) where it can be accessed (and the date you accessed it).
The second section of the review requires you to break down your source into its component parts according to the following six categories and answer (as completely as possible) the questions (in a brief paragraph) in each of them.
Place an order in 3 easy steps. Takes less than 5 mins.