The assignment includes the following scenario: "You are a juror in a civil case where a video game company is being sued. You need to decide if the video company is culpable. Your purpose for this paper is to state your decision and persuade your fellow jurors to vote teh same way as you are." Students must consider the following stakeholders: parents of the child killed, the video game company, parents of the teenagers accused of the killing, and consumers of the video games.
- What does a list of references at the end of an article indicate about the article?
- What does a list of references tell us about the article itself?
- What kinds of articles include lists of references or a bibliography?
- What makes an article accurate? How do we know?
- When is an article not current? When is it out of date?
|See Mehan's blog post: "Anyone Up for a Bit of the Ultraviolence?"|