In this lesson, students continue to conduct searches independently using the research frame as a guide. This is the second and final lesson of the independent search process; it builds on the previous lesson by asking students to determine whether the research surfaced is sufficient to address their inquiry paths and questions, and adjust their searches accordingly. Additionally, students read sources closely, analyze details and ideas, evaluate a source’s argument, and take notes for each source to determine how it addresses inquiry questions and paths.
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