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Roberto Vargas

Sarah Elichko

BACKGROUND

EXHIBIT

ARGUMENT

METHOD

B / E / A / M

B / E / A / M

Writers rely on background sources, interpret or analyze exhibits, engage arguments, and follow methods.

Bizzup (2008)

Exhibit (Evidence)

Background

Materials used to establish facts. Implies membership in a community based on shared references

The materials to be analyzed, examined or interpreted

Argument

Sources you engage with or respond to directly by countering, extending or refining the claims made 

Method (Model)

Using a source's way of analyzing an issue to apply to your own issue

 BEAM Activity

Use BEAM to describe how Flores and Rosa use each source they cite in your section.

Form groups of 4.

Key question: How do Flores and Rosa use this source to the further the overall goal of their article?

Source uses:

B / Background

E / Exhibit (evidence)

A / Argument

M / Method

Note: You may need to read a few earlier or later sentences to fully understand your section, but you only need to mark up the sources cited within your section.

{ specialized research tools }

((arab*) AND (world OR popul* OR people*)) AND ((sign) AND (language))

Sign language in the Arab world

How you talk

How a database talks

But first ...

American Sign Language

Derogatory

Nickname

ASL

Sign Language

insult

epithet

moniker

Derogatory Nicknames in American Sign Language

OR

AND

OR

OR

AND

("american sign language" OR ASL OR "sign language")
AND (derogatory OR insult) 
AND (nickname OR epithet OR moniker)

((arab*) AND (world OR popul* OR people*))

AND

((sign) AND (language))

{specialized research tools}

Excercise

  1. Pick terminology from the articles to form your topic
  2. Go to Tripod / TriCo LIbraries website
    (tripod.swarthmore.edu)
  3. Search in Tripod for one of these:
    • LLBA
    • ERIC
  4. Click the "Connect from Swarthmore" link

{specialized research tools}

Excercise

  1. How does race affect how language is taught?
     
  2. What role does the concept of "pure language" play in language learning?
    • In elementary school?
    • In High School?

{specialized research tools}

Excercise

Do you see any differences in the results?

Number of results?

Types of resources/journals?

What options do you have to narrow your results?

Activity: Citing Articles

Creating citations
(ZoteroBib / Zotero)

Using citation trails
(Google Scholar)

1. Work in pairs.  Go to scholar.google.com.

2. Do the following search:  undoing appropriateness

3. Click "Cited by 179" to view these sources.

 

4. Navigate to your page of search results.

Pair 1: use Page 2
Pair 2: use Page 3

Pair 3: use Page 4 (etc.)

Activity: Citing Articles

4. From your page of results, choose a source that matches the following criteria:

  • Cites Flores and Rosa 2015   :)
  • Is a journal article  (not a book, thesis or dissertation)
  • Wasn't written by Flores or Rosa

5. Once you've chosen an article, tell us about it here:

     https://bit.ly/2u4CKH2

Contact us:

Roberto Vargas (McCabe)
rvargas1@swarthmore.edu

 

Andrea Baruzzi  (Cornell)
abaruzz1@swarthmore.edu


Sarah Elichko  (McCabe)
selichk1@swarthmore.edu

 

More library info:
swarthmore.edu/libraries

librarian@swarthmore.edu

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