2 What is a Running Annotated Bibliography? A Works Cited page that includes summary and analysis of each cited source.Running Annotated Bibliography:The same assignment, except we continue adding sources to it over the course of the project.
3 Types of Sources, Semester One Due 10/28: Website Due 11/4: Periodical Due 11/18: Academic Journal Due 12/2: Book or E-BookAll sources will be about your assigned issue in your assigned country.
4 I know what the others are, but… What is an Academic Journal? Articles written by experts in a field for other experts in that fieldEinstein ( ) & Marie Curie ( ). I have no idea if they ever reviewed each other’s work, but they lived at the same time and Einstein admired her, they attended conferences and took hiking trips together. Photo credits:
5 All Sources Must Be Reliable! Authority: WHO created the source and are they an expert on my topic?Bias: WHY did they create it? What’s their purpose?Currency: WHEN did they create it? How recent does it need to be for my topic?NOTE: Ann Bib page specifically prohibits certain websites, wikipedia, about.com, etc.—talk about that
6 What does the page look like? Times New Roman, 12 point Font, 1 inch MarginsHEADING:Name, Teacher Name, Class & Period, Date (Day Mon. Year) in top LEFT corner of page oneYour last name and page number in top RIGHT corner of all pages after page oneALPHABETICAL orderSPACING:Citation is double spaced, with a hanging indentAnnotation is single spaced, and left justifiedBetween source entries, there should be one “return button” spaceLet’s make a template…HAVE STUDENTS CREATE A TEMPLATE
7 Now that I have my page set up, what do I do for each source? Create an MLA citation for your source.Underneath your citation, type a paragraph that:1. SUMMARIZES the source (Should include a direct, cited quotation from source)2. ANALYZES the validity of the source (what makes this source believable/reliable?)3. REFLECTS upon the source’s use/value to your project.
8 What exactly do the Annotations look like? Shh…don’t tell anyone, but there is a template in the packet p … …just follow it directly!
9 A couple tips about that template… “Genre of source” means…“Info about author” means…What level of detail is needed?How do we do a parenthetical citation?
10 (Parenthetical Citations) Author’s last name and page number: “The government continues to restrict freedom of speech” (Zonta 183).
11 OR…if there’s no author… Use page title/article title and page number “Protester grievances focused on police brutality” (“Demonstrations Erupt in Cairo” A5).
12 If there’s no page #, leave it out If there’s no page #, leave it out. Some teachers will ask you to include the paragraph number:According to The World Factbook, “Living conditions for the average Egyptian remain poor” (“Egypt”).
13 BookWashington, Jeff and Bill Smith. China. New York: Random House, Print.
14 Reference (Encyclopedia) A lot like a book, but with an “article name” and without publisher info: With an author: Smith, Homer. “Tunisia.” The World Book Encyclopedia. 3rd ed Print. Without an author: “Tunisia.” The World Book Encyclopedia. 3rd ed Print.
15 Website Citation“Mexico.” The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency, 7 Nov Web. 13 Jan <
16 Periodical Citation (Online Periodical) Achenbach, Joel. “America’s River.” Washington Post 5 May Web. 10 Jan < newssearch/search.html?st=May%205,% >.