- Find five keywords related to your topic or question.
- Find one tertiary (encyclopedia) and secondary source each (book or article) related to your topic / question.
- Cite your two sources.
Write into our timeline Google Doc. Revise your topic or question if needed.
When you’re done, we have a quiz related to the reading, Badke ch. 2 to help you reflect on what makes a good research question.
If your topic is historic, look for material at the Brooklyn Public Library by searching the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
If your topic is not historic, try searching a library database that aligns with your topic. We’ll help you with this.
Add this material to a new cloud based document (you can use Google, OneNote, Dropbox) that links to our master timeline devoted to your research question and the sources you’ve found.
For homework, please develop three to five bullet points in a preliminary outline. Add it to your cloud doc for your research question.