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I'm calling the paper "issue exploration" so as to avoid the pro/con approach. I think it's helping (so far) in that they seem to be getting "entering the conversation" because I'm forcing them to find the conversation.
We'll see how their final papers turn out.
But I love the annotation, because it's visual, but it also lets them put all the information in one place and then deal with it separately. It might be fun to encourage them to try different arrangements of the facts. Thanks for the idea!

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