Attribute and support ideas by integrating and synthesizing primary and secondary research material into an expository argument using summary, paraphrase, and quotation techniques in MLA styles.
Finding sources to support a topic or topics is about discovery. Throughout the writing process, a writer must remain in discovery: prewriting, planning, drafting, revising, and editing. In the prewriting and planning stage, finding sources to validate and back up a thesis is part of the fun of discovery. While you have developed a bibliography of sources you’re considering and have created a research outline, the discovery continues.
After reviewing sources that end with .gov, .edu, and .org, what are your three favorite sites, and why? Also, put your favorite site in MLA format. You may select a particular favorite article if you’d like.
Post a minimum of 500 words and weave at least two references from the textbook or outside readings/research into your analysis. Format attributions with an MLA in-text citation that corresponds with an end-of-post reference listing