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Project 1— Read Annotated Bibliography Assignment Information
You must create four (4) annotated bibliography entries formatted into an alphabetized list as a single document. 
Your references/resources must come from four different genres: a newspaper, a peer reviewed professional or academic journal, a popular publication (such as Time, The Atlantic, etc.), and a U.S. government publication (maybe a census report, a white paper, an online report, factual information–go to .gov for help and see our course lib guides).
Be prepared to spend a great deal of time looking for references/resources. You may download and use this worksheet
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to help you collect the details necessary to create the citations and to help you write the annotations. You do not turn in the worksheet, but use it for your own purposes. Also pay attention to the following:
Line spacing and indentation matters
For the citation, punctuation, italics, and MLA requirements for information inclusion matters.
Alphabetize the list by first information in the citation 
The 4 sources must include 2 found through ASU’s library databases and 2 sources found either through ASU libraries or through other search practices
one academic periodical found through ASU’s library databases
one non-academic periodical (like a newspaper) found through ASU’s library databases
one video or other filmic medium (a short or full length documentary would work)
one online publication (Like a blog or other website; Wikipedia or other wikis are NOT ALLOWED)
Each annotated bibliography entry is constructed in two parts: the citation and the annotation. See our textbook reading on pages and our course Annotated Bibliography FAQs for more details.
Document style is MLA formatted for Annotated Bibliography, which includes an information identification left header and a document title.
The document title (center alignment) should include the words Annotated Bibliography: [followed by the semester topic]. For example: Annotated Bibliography: Insufficient Hourly Parking at ASU. 
The following should appear under the title (left alignment): A working thesis statement for Project 2, the report and another working thesis statement for Project 3, the propose solution argument. See student sample P1 draft.
Project One: Annotated Bibliography FAQs
This list of frequently asked questions provides information supplemental to our textbook reading, which you should consult first.
CLICK HERE TO GO BACK TO THE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION PAGE.
General Questions:
What is an Annotated Bibliography (AB)?
Answer: Cornell link.Links to an external site.
https://guides.library.cornell.edu/annotatedbibliography/home
What are the parts of an Annotated Bibliography?
Each AB includes both a MLA citation and an annotation. The citation comes before the annotation. Correctly formatted citations may be copied/pasted and used for your Project Two or Project Three Works Cited (MLA 8) list.
What is the purpose of an Annotated Bibliography?
Answer on Cornell link.Links to an external site.
https://guides.library.cornell.edu/annotatedbibliography
Answer on Massasoit Community College link.Links to an external site.
https://library.massasoit.edu/c.php?g=547359&p=3755882
How do I choose the resources for my Annotated Bibliography? 
First, be sure to fulfill the four genres of resources as indicated on the Project One: Annotated Bibliography assignment information page. 
Second, looked again at the library tutorials reading assigned in Module 1.
https://libguides.asu.edu/c.php?g=263755&p=1761960
Annotation questions:
What do I write in the annotation?
Scroll down to the “combination” example on the  from Massasoit Community CollegeLinks to an external site. example (please note the citation uses MLA 7 formatting, which is outdated and therefore not to be used in ENG108). https://library.massasoit.edu/annotatedbib/mla
Also see Cornell linkLinks to an external site.
https://guides.library.cornell.edu/critically_analyzing
I see annotations described as descriptive, evaluative, and analytical. What subgenre of annotation should I write?
Combine subgenres to include descriptive and evaluative writing. The combination produces an annotation that provides the required content for Project One, which in turn helps you keep track of sources for your Projects Two and Three. The annotation is designed to help you remember not only the information the source provides, but how you responded to it.
Can I use first person in my annotation?
Your use of first person should be limited, but can be used as in this example of evaluative annotationLinks to an external site. (scroll down to the “combination” example–note the annotation section “usefulness to my research”)
How long should my annotation be? 
Your annotation should be about 150 words.
Citation questions:
Where can I learn how to format my citation?
Check our textbook pages or look at this video
produced bythe Purdue OwlLinks to an external site..

The video explains the elements of a citation, how to find those elements in or on a source text, and how to format the citation to correctly include the elements that make finding that resource possible for your readers.
This linkLinks ( https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/citationbuilder/#/default/modern-language-association-8) to an external site. will take you to a citation generator tool. Be warned: it only works well for you if you insert the correct information in the appropriate box.
Which formatting style should I choose—MLA or APA?
You are required to use MLA 8 in English 108
What does an MLA 8 citation look like?
Cornell link: scroll to the bottom of the pageLinks to an external site.
https://guides.library.cornell.edu/annotatedbibliography/home
What if the source does not have an author’s name (unknown author)?
Begin the citation with the work’s (source’s) title.
What if the source does not have a date of publication?
If there is no date, use the abbreviation (n. d.).
URL questions:
The URL for my source is very long; should I include it?
Yes, if your source comes from an Internet source outside of ASU libraries’ databases. You can use tinyurl.comLinks to an external site. to create a shorter URL. (https://tinyurl.com/)
My source is from ASU libraries; do I need to include the URL?
No, you do not need to include the URL when citing a source located through ASU libraries’ databases, but be sure to include the database name in your citation where indicated by MLA citation guidelines.
CLICK HERE TO GO BACK TO THE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION PAGE.
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What you must do: 
Format your document as an Annotated Bibliography (review the Student Sample or our textbook reading or the Prezi (https://prezi.com/nsl76xtlmdzw/mla-annotated-bibliography/ on Annotated Bibliographies)
Include two working draft thesis statements, one for Project 2 and one for Project 3, immediately below your Annotated Bibliography title.
Complete Annotated Bibliography entries for two sources from any of the four required genres.
Be sure to alphabetize your sources by the first line of the citation
Review the example in our textbook 
Review the student sample provided
Plan ahead: can the sources be used for Project Two and/or Project Three?
Save the document as a PDF; use your last name first initial and ABRD as the file name
Be prepared to spend a great deal of time looking for references/resources. You may download and use this worksheet
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to help you collect the details necessary to create the citations and to help you write the annotations. You do not turn in the worksheet, but use it for your own purposes.
Note: several hours after the submission due date Canvas will match you with two classmates/peers. Those peers’ names will appear in the upper right corner of this screen. Click on each person’s name to access their document’s interface. Click on the “view feedback” link on the upper right side to see their draft document and the Canvas tools you should use to post your responses. See the Peer response assignment (next) to view peer response requirements.
ENG108 (O) AB Rough Draft
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDocument formatting (MLA Annotated Bibliography)
a. document title includes the words Annotated Bibliography:
b. correctly organized identity information and header content
c. entries must be placed in alphabetical order
d. line spacing consistent
e. create a double space between the citation and the annotation
f. create a double space between entries
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCitation formatting
EVERY SMALL DETAIL COUNTS: every period, quotation mark, italicized letter, capital letter, space, and all other particulars count!
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnnotation content
a. The inclusion of factual information
b. Evaluative content (what have you learned? how is this content useful?)
d. Sentence style in the annotation
• Remember, no “and” at the beginning of a sentence
• No use of the word “you”
• Clear writing throughout—does what you write make sense to the reader?
10 pts
Total Points: 30
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Module 2: P1 Student sample DRAFT
The link below provides a sample of the P1 Annotated Bibliography assignment. The document is formatted in MLA style. The document is in draft form, which means that while it looks complete, it is a work in progress and subject to revision. This draft is the only sample provided for P1. 
Notice the following:
Line spacing
Inclusion of working draft thesis for Project 2 and Project 3 (working draft means the statement is subject to revision, but it shows me you are thinking ahead)
Hanging indent
Alphabetical order of the sources (by first either last name of the author or the title of the article)
The source distribution: peer review academic article, newspaper article, YouTube video, online website (see the assignment requirements located Module 2) 
The content of the annotation suggests how the student values the source and plans to use it (again, this could change as you draft your written work)
Click this link to see a student sample DRAFT 
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of the P1 Annotated Bibliography

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