As a general rule, every article should have at least three sources. Finding who or what those sources are, what you do with them and how you decide if it's enough is part of the challenge.
In This Lesson
- Why you need them
- Primary vs. secondary sources
- Using written sources
- Handling (or avoiding) anonymity
- Three rules for finding sources
Who Can We Interview?
There are so many different things you could be covering and each one requires a different approach. Consider the examples of potential topics and events listed in this activity and think about what your three sources could be for each one.