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Murphy: .1 British Literature 2019

Mrs. Murphy's Source Requirements

Required Sources: avg. 8-10 total

Primary Source Book (at least 1)

Sonnet 43: How do I Love Thee?
"How do I love thee? 
Let me count the ways.

I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach, when feeling out of sight . . ."

      

Poetess: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1806-1861

 

"Minimum of 7 Secondary Sources

*Book (at least 1)

*Specialized Print or Electronic Reference Work (at least 1)

No General Encyclopedias (ex. World BookBritannica); No Wikipedia

* Database Source (at least 1)

*Periodical (Magazine, Newspaper or Academic Journal) (at least 1)

*Authoritative Website(s)  (at least 1 but no more than 2 websites)  

NOTE: Web articles must be signed (have identifiable authors) or approved by Ms. Murphy!

Workshops

SESSION 1

Review: Register for Noodletools Account         Search Terms/Phrases & Alternates         Advanced Searching & E-Tools

SESSION 2

MLA 8th Ed. Full Ctations & In-text Citations                 Practice with In-Text Citations

Research Question Demo:

Developing Search terms (one word) and "search phrases" (2+ words) from Research Question.

1) Circle the most important terms and phrases in the question

2) develop alternate terms and phrases for them

 

How did Elizabeth Barrett Browning's poem, "Aurora Leigh", reflect the rising feminist movement in Victorian England?

MAIN TOPIC (term or "phrase 2+ words" )              SUBTOPIC 1 (term or "phrase")                   SUBTOPIC #2 [OPTIONAL] (term or phrase)

"elizabeth barrett browning"                                                         "Aurora Leigh"                                                        feminis*   Victorian

 

[ALTERNATE] for MAIN TOPIC                                   [ALTERNATE] for  SUBTOPIC 1                       [ALTERNATE] for  SUBTOPIC 2     

(term or "phrase")                                                       (search term or "phrase")                                    (search term or "phrase")

"barrett browning"                                                                                poem*                                                            criticism

 

NOUNS "NOUN PHRASES"   NOUN   "NOUN PHRASES"  NOUN  "NOUN PHRASES"   NOUN   "NOUN PHRASES"  NOUN  "NOUN PHRASES"  NOUNS