Before posting read: the page titled “Review: Sources for College Papers” in your M2 Research/References folderand/or optional, but a more detailed reading in “Evaluating Sources” under the tab titled Research, pages 416-427 of Edition 8, Rules for Writers. Use your own good judgment also.
Prompt: Write the thesis statement you have chosen and find one article opposed to it. List the title and the source (the name of the website) and the URL (website address) of the article. After consideration, is this a good source to use in your college paper? Explain why or why not. Do not merely write that it has a lot of good information or that you agree or disagree with it. Write what makes it a valid (or not valid) source. Review Sources for College papers before starting.
Subject Line: Your first initial, last name, and the title Evaluating Websites. Click on the Create Thread tab to begin.
Directly and completely post a response to the prompts in a minimum of 150 words or write as much as necessary to answer the prompt.
Respond to two classmates. Please give a thoughtful response in more than one sentence. Give the reasoning behind your comment(s) and/or add to the information.
Use standard American English grammar and spelling, with adequate sentence structure, correctly punctuating, capitalizing, and spelling.