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drawing by Shelby A Lubowicki

This week, we read an article titled Walk, Talk, Cook, Eat: A Guide to Using Sources by Cynthia R. Haller. The purpose of reading this in class was to educate ourselves on how to utilize sources when doing writing assignments. In summary, walk stood for finding the sources you need, followed by talk, conversing with the authors of the sources. To cook means to utilize the sources into new meanings for your specific assignment. And lastly, eat, allowing the source to affect your life. This stood out to me because it is a different perspective on how to apply information. My drawing is these four actions. Though the drawing is the literal interpretation, the actions symbolize taking advantage of sources.

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