WHAT SHOULD I BE WORKING ON?
Read broadly about your topic in TERTIARY SOURCES and keep a running list of interesting keywords, names, general information, etc.
It's time to see what BOOKS your local library has on your topic. Remember, you'll have to make trips to libraries, physically, to do this research. Do it now, you need time to read this material.
Go to your local library and start checking out books. Continue to get tertiary source background about the narrower aspects of your topic. Also, it's time to start looking at SECONDARY SOURCES. Start reading about your topic in ELM, EBSCO and SIRS databases.
You need to start keeping track of them using the Source Check Format (upload when requested on Google Classroom)
First submission due 10/17 or 10/18!
It's time for you to engage in the Draft Thesis Process! First draft due 10/17 or 10/18
It's time to draft an outline and it's also time to take a close look at the examples in the category-specific guidelines and the rubric
Start with the "Annotated Bibliography Requirements" and get other resources in All About Your Bibliography. Here's our recommended source citation application