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(New page: Name: Date: == Research Sheet == '''Background Information on Topic:''' List: What I know, what I think I know, what I would like to find out, and any general facts included. ...)
 
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Questions: On the back of this sheet, answer in complete sentences.
 
Questions: On the back of this sheet, answer in complete sentences.
 
1. List what information you learned about Women coming to the College of William and Mary.
 
1. List what information you learned about Women coming to the College of William and Mary.
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2. List 2 things the document tells you about life in the United States at the time this was written.
 
2. List 2 things the document tells you about life in the United States at the time this was written.
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3. What questions do you have after reading this document?  
 
3. What questions do you have after reading this document?  
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4. Where could you go to answer these questions or learn more? Hint: Check the links and places with more information…
 
4. Where could you go to answer these questions or learn more? Hint: Check the links and places with more information…

Revision as of 13:23, 9 February 2009

Name: Date:

Research Sheet

Background Information on Topic: List: What I know, what I think I know, what I would like to find out, and any general facts included.


Type of Source - Circle Primary or Secondary Check mark: _____ Diary ______ Newspaper _____ Letter ______ Photograph Other: _________________

Date of Document:


Speaker: Who is writing, what do you know about the author?


Tone: What is the tone/ feel of the document? Serious, humorous, chatty, sarcastic, and why?


Audience: Who is meant to read/see this document?


Purpose: Why is the author writing/ creating this document?


Subject: What does this document tell you?


Questions: On the back of this sheet, answer in complete sentences. 1. List what information you learned about Women coming to the College of William and Mary.

2. List 2 things the document tells you about life in the United States at the time this was written.

3. What questions do you have after reading this document?

4. Where could you go to answer these questions or learn more? Hint: Check the links and places with more information…