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WRTG 105 Language as a Window Into the Mind (Gegg-Harrison): Type of Sources

WRT105 - Gegg-Harrison - Library Resources

Primary vs Secondary

Use this guide to differentiate between Primary and Secondary sources: 

Scholarly vs Popular

Using the BEAM Model

To learn about the BEAM Model, read the following article or check the video below.

Joseph Bizup (2008) BEAM: A Rhetorical Vocabulary for Teaching Research Based Writing, Rhetoric Review, 27:1, 72-86, DOI: 10.1080/07350190701738858 

B - Background

E - Exhibit/Evidence

A - Argument

M - Method