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AvaOBri
  • AvaOBri
No, but I think I could help if you have some questions.
bbypanda16
  • bbypanda16
okay thanks :) hold on thoughhh. I just need it explained to me if you could do that?
bbypanda16
  • bbypanda16
Here are the direcions @AvaOBri For this assessment you must submit three research sources to your instructor with an explanation about how they will support your essay. First, select two sources from the articles provided in this lesson to be part of your research for this unit. Next, write two to three sentences explaining why you selected these sources and how they relate to the essay you will write about your novel. Then use the skills you have learned in this lesson to find another credible source on your own. This source must relate to the topic of your essay. Finally, write two to three sentences explaining how you found this source and why you selected it. Submit the sources and sentences to your instructor

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AvaOBri
  • AvaOBri
So, sources are places where someone gets information. Either primary (diary, etc.) or secondary (newspaper, textbook, etc.). You need to choose the sources that you think relates best to your book. So the one that could help you the most in the story. Then you have to find your own primary or secondary sources. A CREDIBLE (true and believeable) source of your own. So search the internet or your library. Then all you have to do is explain where you found the source (internet, library, etc.) and why you choose to use that source.
bbypanda16
  • bbypanda16
Thank you!
AvaOBri
  • AvaOBri
No Problem! :)

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