Annotated Bibliography Instructions: Your Annotated Bibliography assignment should consist of one academic article per person in your group that you plan to use in your argument/research essay. The AB should feature the following information: 1. A creative, original title that coordinates with the title of your argument/research essay 2. Your thesis statement 3. An accurate MLA citation for the research article(s) you found 4. An annotation (paragraph) that includes the following information (think APP+R): A. What’s the article about? Give its title, the author’s name, and the article’s main idea. B. What’s the point of the article? Give a brief 2-3 sentence summary of the entire article. In this section, think about and discuss the kind of evidence that the author uses to support his or her idea. C. What’s the proof? Give at least one quote from the article (with intext citation) that is relevant to your essay’s argument/sub-arguments. And explain how that quote will function in your essay in one sentence. D. Reflect on the article and its credibility. Options (choose two to assess the article’s credibility): – Does the author have degree(s) in the article’s subject matter? – Is the author associated with a reputable university or college? – Is the article fairly new or was it published many years ago? – How long is the article? – How many sources does the article cite? A few or very many?
https://ace-writers.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/logo-300x75.png 0 0 Monday Roberts https://ace-writers.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/logo-300x75.png Monday Roberts2023-08-30 04:57:082023-08-30 04:57:08Annotated Bibliography Instructions: Your Annotated Bibliography assignment should consist of one academic article per person in your group that you plan to use in your argument/research essay. The AB