What am I trying to find? Brainstorm all the possibilities _____________________________________________________________
**Try the persuasive map from Read, Write, Think to organize your topic
Use print sources Check Destiny. Some sources to consider include…
Check the OPAC (Husky hint *search under series instead of title or author) . Some **media sources to consider include any books with selected series dealing with opposing viewpoints such as:
Electronic Periodical Resources - The suggested **databases to consider include any media dealing facts, statistics, examples, anecdotes, quotations, graphs or tables to support your argument such as: (from e-resources) to use. *Remember to use your login & passwords to use these remotely.
SIRS (Social Issues Researcher) Husky Hint *Try searching by Subject Headings, keywords or by topics
CQ Researcher :(Husky hint *the pro/con area will show opposing viewpoints)
Use the Web ** these should have a credible authors (experts to support your arguments) and statistical information