Tuesday February 25th, 2020
Welcome to Ms. Magson’s Civics class! As you start your political party debate research, you may want to look at some of the following resources.
You’ll find your assignment here:Nov.-Debate-ACFrOgAkrMM68-CIT3kOLGsEvPR8X4EyP5OaPxuKMci86kUDqZwX83w6pEZ0uUPu4IPw3n3oFIeuSA7X1F_ar-Nv1MoGoL4kWK1nisr0HnKEf8rDEGZgRnZRIdtvGcA
One key piece of advice is to keep track of where you find your information while you are researching so that you can create your bibliography.
Below you’ll find the Laurier Guide for Chicago Citation.
Remember to look to OWL @ Purdue for other questions that arise about citation. It’s where Ms. Kelso or Ms. Vilicic go when we’re looking for information about citation.
You have probably started researching your political party and your particular issue. The following links may be helpful in your research.
Media Primers on the Election platforms may also be useful:
Another fun resource from CIVIX (formerly known as StudentVote), an organization which supports the election, are a series of videos featuring leader’s responses to questions raised by students across the country.
Use the Virtual Library to access newspapers but be advised that they all have a limit to how many free articles you may access.
Using the database Global Issues in Context is another way to access newspaper articles.
Remember that when you are at home, access to the databases in the Virtual Library are protected and you must use a user id and password found on your learnmark.