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1 Bell Ringer: In your agenda, write down the following timetable. This will be your schedule for the week. Due Wednesday, 4/9: Have Source 1 & 2 research and rough draft ready (Have 2 copies of your rough drafts) Due Friday, 4/11: Have source 3 Research and rough draft ready for peer editing. (2 copies) Final draft Due Tuesday, 4/15

2 Definition: Alphabetical list of resource citations on a specific topic. Includes: 1. MLA Citation 2. Concise (5-8 sentences) Summary of information available in the source 3. Thoughtful evaluation (2-3 sentences) of the value of the source Yours will include 3-4 sources

3 MLA Citation (15) (3 required at 5 points each) Summary (45) (3 required at 15 points each) Evaluation (30) (3 required at 10 points each) Quality and Formatting(10) Total(100)

4 MLA Citation (15) (3 required at 5 points each) Summary (45) (3 required at 15 points each) Evaluation (30) (3 required at 10 points each) Research and Rough Drafts (10) (10 points: all or nothing) Total(100)

5 MLA Citation (15) (3 required at 5 points each) Summary (45) (3 required at 15 points each) Evaluation (30) (3 required at 10 points each) “Free Points” (10) (10 points for turning in research & final draft on time) Total(100)

6 Edit for content over grammar and spelling first. DO NOT CROSS OUT SOMEONE ELSE’S WRITING! Be Kind and helpful! (make their work better) Step 1: read the entire annotation as a whole (no pencils) Step 2: break the work down into sentences, and see if they have what’s required Step 3: Suggest specific ways that they can add detail or thought that will help. Step 4: edit for spelling, punctuation, and grammar

7 Write down the following: Intro (1 sentence): 1. What is the purpose of the book (or chapter of a book), article, or website? Body (3-6 sentences): 1. What are the 3 most important facts in the source? 2. What does the source tell you about your topic? Conclusion (1 sentence): 1. What is the conclusion of the source? 2. How does the source describe the historical impact of the topic? 3. Why, according to the source, is this topic significant?

8 Does the Eval. have answers to the following? Write these down as well Is it in 3rd person! How useful is the source in helping you to understand the topic? (examples? details?) Is the source specifically about the topic, or does it include information that you didn't need? (examples? details?) How easy to use and understand is the source? (include why) (examples? details?)

9 Bell Ringer: Have your rough drafts and research out, and ready to go. Agenda: 1. Bell ringer 2. Final draft format review 3. Type finals 4. Extra credit

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11 Centered, Bold and Underlined

12 Tines New Roman Font; size 12

13 Centered, Bold and Underlined Tines New Roman Font; size line Spacing

14 Centered, Bold and Underlined Tines New Roman Font; size line Spacing

15 Alphabetical order by author or title

16 Citation- Summary- Eval. 1 space b/w each

17 Alphabetical order by author or title Citation- Summary- Eval. 1 space b/w each Indent beginning of all paragraphs


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