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TVMS Library: Argument Writing--7th

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Big Idea

A good argument starts with solid research.  What information is out there about this topic?  If you're self-selecting a topic--is there enough information on both sides of this topic to be able to form a valid argument?  Have you carefully considered multiple points of view before deciding where you stand on the issue?

NoodleTools Tutorials

Getting Started with NoodleTools

  1. Go to
  2. Click Login
  3. Type your Google email address and click Sign in with Google
  4. Follow the prompts to setup your account
  5. When you get to the "Projects" screen, click the +New Project button.
  6. Give it a title, select "MLA" for the style, and select "Junior" for the level.
  7. At the top of the screen, click Sources >>> +New Source
  8. Follow the prompts.  Add as much information as you can find.  
  9. When you've finished, click Save

NoodleTools Tutorials

Creating a New Project

Citing Databases

Citing a Book

Citing Websites

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