Annotated BibliographyYou will submit an annotated bibliography for 2 of your sources for the week 7 paper. Each source will have the following:1. The model citation in your citation style2. The correct citation entry with your source information filled in3. Your annotation which is made of a paragraph or two telling the reader about the source (it’s authority, summary, concerns, and how its information is valuable to your paper; show me you have read it and analyzed it). 4. Do not use personal pronouns such as “I,” “me,” or “my.” This is to be completed in formal tone with proper formatting to your chosen style (ex: MLA, APA, etc).5. One (1) of the sources should be a peer-reviewed piece from a journal in the APUS Library.To help you gather sources, review the assignment description for the week 7 analysis paper. Pay special attention to the article linked there and the steps for identifying your problem. Here is the link to the article: “Looking for Trouble: Finding Your Way into a Writing Assignment.” This piece shows how to write about solving a problem, using the steps of noticing, articulating, posing questions, and identifying what is at stake.After you have identified your problem, you can start choosing your sources and build an annotated bibliography.Here are the steps you will take to build your annotated bibliography:First, determine what kind of source you are using. Is it a book? Journal article? Blog? Using one of the citation guides in the APUS Library, find the model that matches your source. Hint: if you are looking at your source on your computer, you will go to the category of electronic sources to start looking.Copy that model and paste it into your bibliography.Here’s a step by step to help clarify how to do this:1. Choose your article2. Go to the library3. Choose “Resources & Services”4. Go to the heading [email protected] and choose the formatting style you are using for your papers (generally in our course it has been MLA or APA). 5. Once you’ve selected MLA or APA you’ll choose the header that most aligns with the type of article you have and this will be under “Citation Examples.” For example, you might choose “Books-Electronic.” 6. Then you copy and paste the format for your citation based on what type of source you have like so (this example is a book in MLA):Author Last Name, First Name. Title of Book: Subtitle. Publisher, Publication Date.Then put your source in the correct citation format, following the model you just copied and pasted.Finally, write a brief annotation of that source. The annotation should describe the main ideas covered in the source as well as an evaluation by you for the source’s usefulness for your project. The handout attached below has more information about what should be in the annotation.Please be sure that one (1) of your sources is a peer-reviewed article from a journal in the APUS Library. Follow the student example included below. You will see the model, the citation, and then the annotation for the source. The rubric shown below shows that you will be graded on having the model for the citation format, so don’t forget to include it.The attachment “Peer Review Defined” has helpful information from the APUS Library on peer-reviewed sources.The attachment “how to” handout has some helpful tips on what to include in an annotation.Submit your assignment as a Word document attached to the assignment link so it can be processed on Turnitin.Sample Annotation. Each of your entries should follow the format below. Again, don’t forget the model citation (instructions above!).Sally StudentENGL 110DateAnnotated Bibliography- MLAModel from APUS Citation Guide (MLA)PRINT BOOK Format: Author last name, first name. Book title. City: publisher, year. Medium.Calkins, Lucy. Raising Lifelong Learners: A Parent’s Guide. Reading: Addison-Wesley Longman. 1997. Print.Lucy Calkins is a noted teacher and researcher in reading and writing. Her book is a guide for parents, helping them to work with their children’s schools to create a positive learning environment and a lifelong love of learning in their children. Topics covered include fostering learning and curiosity in mathematics, science, social studies, reading, and writing. Calkins’ work also offers advice on school curriculum and testing. By providing specific examples of parental involvement, this book will help support the assertion that parents need to play a strong role in their children’s education.
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