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English Composition I

This guide will help you explore your topic and find the sources you need for your out-of-class research paper assignment.

Compare different sources

The same information can be presented in a variety of different sources. Use the links to compare two different sources related to the same topic. 

  1. Who is the intended audience for this article?
  2. What kind of information do you get from this article?
  3. What is the purpose of this article?
  4. What type of source is this?

**If you cannot access the article, go to https://ezp.raritanval.edu/login?url=http://ezmyaccount.nytimes.com/grouppass, login with your g# and password, then create a NYTimes.com account using your @stu.raritanval.edu email address. You will then have a year of access to www.nytimes.com.

STOP and answer questions 5 - 8 on the assessment.

 


 

  1. Who is the intended audience for this article?
  2. What kind of information do you get from this article?
  3. What is the purpose of this article?
  4. What type of source is this?
STOP and answer questions 9 - 13 on the assessment.