Which part of the source influenced your way of thinking about the topic you are writing?

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Nov 13, 2022


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After your citation information for your first source according to MLA formatting, your first annotation starts. Your annotation should be 2 paragraphs long. You should start with a summary that covers the main point of the source and any points that are relevant to the argument of your research paper. You should not quote from the source because quotations are more appropriate for the actual research paper. Instead, you should paraphrase the source, meaning that you should put the information you learned from the source into your own words. Also, do not copy and paste from the source or from the source’s abstract because this is plagiarism and will result in you receiving a grade penalty and up to outright receiving a 0 on this assignment. (Yes, this has happened.)
After your summary, you will include an evaluation of the source. This evaluation should be very brief, only 1-2 sentences. In the evaluation, you should point out the strengths and the weaknesses of the source. What does the source cover? What does it not cover? Which part of the source influenced your way of thinking about the topic you are writing? Lastly, you should discuss how you plan to use the source in your paper. This also only needs to be 1-2 sentences and should tell me (your audience) how you plan to use this source in your research paper. For example, “I plan to use this source in my paper as background information in my introduction, because it will give my audience the necessary information that they should know to understand my topic.” You should NOT copy and paste this example into your annotated bibliography. Once again, that would be plagiarism.
Last name, First name. “Title of Article.” Title of Journal, Volume#, Issue#, Year, Page Numbers
After your first annotation is complete, you will include the citation information for your next source and begin the annotation of that source directly underneath the citation. This pattern should continue for all your sources. The finished annotated bibliography will be several pages. The exact length will depend on you and the number of sources you use. (Remember, you must use at least 4 (four) sources for this assignment. You do not have to be overly in-depth with every source, but this is a college class. Your paragraphs should reflect that.
You should also remember that there are plenty of resources that you can use to help you complete this assignment. I have provided a video on the previous assignment on how to find academic/scholarly sources. I have also posted a Citation Guide as well as a video that shows you how to find citations and create them. I am reminding you all of this because this assignment is focused on you using all of this properly. If you need help, please ask me for help or go to the Writing Center. If you are on campus, the Writing Center is in the library (East Campus), Student Center (West Campus), or you can visit the TOD Link under the Study Aids tab on the class GaView page.
Editor, Author, or Complier name. Name of Site. Name of the Organization/Sponsor, Date of Creation, URL. Accessed Date.
Remember that this handout is only a demonstration. Your annotated bibliography should include at least 4-5 sources about your chosen monster.


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