Jigsaw: Looking for demographics, 1 table searches usa.gov, another Discovery, another census.gov, another? Then mix and have students teach each other.
Distribute a diagram of citation chaining. Have students “chalk talk” the value of citation chaining and any questions they have.
Analyze a scholarly peer-reviewed article and identify and understand all the parts of the article
3 groups each has a different research article
create concept map of theoretical concepts - each offer their own concepts
2 short sentences to discuss each section
2 peers respond.
each get an article
group get large sheet-work on concept map
Context: Find 3 relevant and scholarly articles for their topic. After demonstration and time to find articles, each student shares and article in small groups to get feedback on its level of authority and relevance.
Think/pair/share as an introductory activity. Have students think about what questions they would have to ask to determine a health claim’s validity
Padlet.com - contribute words or pictures on the topic of cited articles, citing articles and citation chaining.
Ask students to conduct an investigation of a particular topic from its treatment in the popular media, and then trace its origin in conversations among scholars and researchers. Discuss if perspectives have changed and why.
Scholarship Is a Conversation
Ideas are created, debated, and weighed against one another over time.
Information users and creators come together to discuss meaning, with the effective researcher adding their voice to the conversation.
New insights and discoveries occur over time as a result of competing perspectives and interpretations through sustained discourse within a community of scholars, researchers, or professionals.
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