Integrating Sources

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You've read information on how to integrate sources—now let's give it a try! Like before, we'll take this one step at a time to ensure you have the support you need to use sources to support your argument.

Return to the key points that you wrote out in your Writing Plan from Module 3 (Remember, you can find these responses saved in the Notebook, which can be found under the Tools menu signaled by the wrench icon in the upper right corner of the screen). If you have changed your mind about one of your key points, update and save that information now. Choose one of these points you want to strengthen using the research you've already conducted in the Opposing Viewpoints database and online (remember, one and only one of your sources may come from a website you found outside of the database), then follow the prompts below to practice integration.

We'll be using the PIE method of source integration for guidance, so feel free to look back over that material.

Click here to briefly review the PIE method

Walking Through the Integration Process

Your responses will be saved to the Notebook, which can be found under the "Course Tools" menu.

The next activity uses a rich text area. You can tab to the editor body. Press ALT-F10 to get to the toolbar. Press ESC to return to the editor body. A save button is available in the top toolbar all the way to the right and will become visible when it receives focus.

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1. Review your sources and select a source that will support a key point in your essay.

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The next activity uses a rich text area. You can tab to the editor body. Press ALT-F10 to get to the toolbar. Press ESC to return to the editor body. A save button is available in the top toolbar all the way to the right and will become visible when it receives focus.

You have not yet completed the activity below.

2. In 1-2 sentences, clearly state what the point is that you are trying to make in this particular section of your project.

3. What information from the source you selected in step 1 supports this point? You may quote or summarize that source below.

4. Explain how the information provided in question three supports your point. How does this information also support the overall argument in your essay?

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