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Description Step 4 – Identify and Summarize the Argument from Your Sources Hide Assignment Information Instructions 1) Place a heading at the top of your page to include: Your Name Course Title Professor’s Name Assignment Title Today’s Date 2) Name your topic. For example, Iron Work. (See Step 1 if you have forgotten your topic.) 3) Locate Your Sources: 1 scholarly journal article (This is from Step 1.) 1 internet article (This is from Step 2.) 4) Provide the following for your scholarly journal article so that both you and your professor can find it. author article title journal title link – Use the Stable URL provided on JSTOR and EBSCO sites. For the internet article, where available, provide a Stable URL. 5) Identify the argument in Each of Your Sources: Again this will be: 1 scholarly journal article (This is from Step 1.) 1 internet article (This is from Step 2.) 6) Paste or type the author’s argument under the relevant source information. You might find that the argument is one sentence, or it might be a few sentences. Use quotation marks, page numbers if available, and double-spacing. 7) Summarize or state the argument in your own words. In other words, if you were telling a friend about this article, how would you tell them the author’s thesis? You might have to read farther in order to summarize effectively. Often reading the first page and the last page provide the best background for summarizing the argument. Begin your argument summary with these words: The author argues that ______. Each article should look like this: Note: The quotation is more than 3 lines long, so technically it should be formatted in block quotation form. This is not necessary for this exercise. 8) Use the rubric at the end of Submit Your Assignment as a checklist while you work and again before you turn it in. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to ask in the Connect With Your Professor module or directly email your professor directly. Assignments must be submitted as a Word document. This means that the file name will end in .doc or .docx as in the following example: Johnson_Annotated_Bibliography.doc If there is a problem with this requirement, contact your professor. 9) When you have completed and proofread your work, submit your work for feedback and grading as a .doc or .docx. Due Date Mar 8, 2022 11:59 PM Hide Rubrics Rubric Name: Step 4 – Identify and Summarize the Argument from Your Sources Rubric 60 Points (25 points per source & 10 points for assignment as a whole)