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1
Annotated Bibliographies
  • This lesson addresses the following TN
    Standards
  • SPI 3002.2.2 (Distinguish between a summary and a
    paraphrase.)
  • SPI 3002.2.3 (Distinguish between a summary and a
    critique.) SPI 3002.4.3 (Evaluate the reliability
    and credibility of sources for use in research.)
  • CLE 3002.4.2 (Define and narrow a research
    topic.)
  • CLE 3002.3.13 (When sources are used, acknowledge
    source material and create a reliable
    bibliography in a standard format, cite sources
    using MLA with a high degree of accuracy, and
    appropriately quote, paraphrase, or summarize
    information from print or electronic sources.)

2
WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY?
  • An annotated bibliography is a list of citations
    to books, articles, and documents.
  • Each citation is followed by a brief descriptive
    and evaluative paragraph, the annotation.
  • The purpose of the annotation is to provide a
    brief summary and then inform the reader of the
    relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources
    cited in a paragraph critique.

3
The Process
  1. First, locate books, periodicals, and web
    documents that may contain useful information and
    ideas on your topic. Briefly examine and review
    the actual items. Then, choose those works that
    provide a variety of perspectives on your topic.
  2. Next, write an MLA style citation of the book,
    article, or document. (You will be using your MLA
    guide as a reference.) USE EASYBIB.COM TO CREATE
    YOUR LIST OF CITATIONS.
  3. Then, write a concise annotation. This is
    approximately a one-paragraph summary that sums
    up the central theme and main ideas of the book
    or article.
  4. Last, include a one to two-sentence critique of
    the source.

4
Sample Annotated Bibliography(Note Annotated
Bibliographies should be double spaced.)
  • Dombeck, Mark. Families Cause Eating
    Disorders. Eating Disorders. Ed. Lorraine
    Savage. Detroit Gale, 2008. Print. Mark
    Dombeck explains in this article that family
    dynamics are major contributing causes of eating
    disorders. According to Dombeck, the families
    of those suffering from an eating disorder may
    be dysfunctional, over-achieving, or just too
    controlling or close to the patient. He
    explains that any one of these things can caue a
    child to want to maintain his/her identity away
    from an overly-involved parent, an abusive
    family member, or some other related factor. The
    author states that children and teens may learn
    their disorder behaviors from a dieting parent
    or from another family member with an eating
    disorder. Many psychological issues may
    accompany these factors as well. This article,
    which illuminates family influences on eating
    disorders, is well-written and unbiased, stating
    facts and inferences from numerous credible
    sources. Although the article does not give a
    general overview of eating disorders, it provides
    relevant, important information related to the
    topic. The author holds a PhD, is a licensed
    psychiatrist, and is the director of
    Mentalhelp.net.

5
Citation
  • Put the MLA citation at the top of the page.
  • The format for the citation will vary depending
    on the type of source you use (e.g. book,
    encyclopedia article, database article, etc.)
  • 1st line goes all the way to the margin each
    subsequent line is indented 4 spaces. (You can
    just use the tab function.)
  • The citation itself will be double spaced.

6
Summary (or Annotation)
  • Begin your annotation (summary) immediately after
    your citation. (Do not include an extra space.)
  • Make sure that you indent the entire annotation
    as in the example above.
  • The annotation will also be double spaced.

7
Critique
  • For these evaluative comments, use the following
    as guiding questions
  • Does it seem like a reliable and current source?
    Why?
  • Is the research biased (favoring one side over
    another) or objective (presenting both sides
    equally)? Are the facts well documented?
  • Who is the author? Is s/he qualified in this
    subject? How do you know the qualifications of
    the author?
  • Is this source scholarly (school-like), popular,
    some of both?
  • How does it fit into your overall research?
    Compare/Contrast with another work youve cited.
  • Who is the intended audience for the article?
  • Is this a helpful resource? Too scholarly? Not
    scholarly enough?
  • Is the article too general or too specific? How
    does this work illuminate your bibliography
    topic?

8
Requirements
  • You will be required to do annotated
    bibliographies. (1 for each source used)
  • The annotated bibliographies must be typed in a
    reasonable font (Times New Roman12 font.)
  • English I must have a minimum of 3 sources with
    minimum 75 words per annotation (each source
    requires an annotation)
  • English II must have a minimum of 5 sources with
    minimum 100 words per annotation (each source
    requires an annotation)
  • These will be due at the beginning of the
    research paper process.
  • Due October 5.
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Title: This lesson addresses the following TN Standards:


1
Annotated Bibliographies
  • This lesson addresses the following TN
    Standards
  • SPI 3002.2.2 (Distinguish between a summary and a
    paraphrase.)
  • SPI 3002.2.3 (Distinguish between a summary and a
    critique.) SPI 3002.4.3 (Evaluate the reliability
    and credibility of sources for use in research.)
  • CLE 3002.4.2 (Define and narrow a research
    topic.)
  • CLE 3002.3.13 (When sources are used, acknowledge
    source material and create a reliable
    bibliography in a standard format, cite sources
    using MLA with a high degree of accuracy, and
    appropriately quote, paraphrase, or summarize
    information from print or electronic sources.)

2
WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY?
  • An annotated bibliography is a list of citations
    to books, articles, and documents.
  • Each citation is followed by a brief descriptive
    and evaluative paragraph, the annotation.
  • The purpose of the annotation is to provide a
    brief summary and then inform the reader of the
    relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources
    cited in a paragraph critique.

3
The Process
  1. First, locate books, periodicals, and web
    documents that may contain useful information and
    ideas on your topic. Briefly examine and review
    the actual items. Then, choose those works that
    provide a variety of perspectives on your topic.
  2. Next, write an MLA style citation of the book,
    article, or document. (You will be using your MLA
    guide as a reference.) USE EASYBIB.COM TO CREATE
    YOUR LIST OF CITATIONS.
  3. Then, write a concise annotation. This is
    approximately a one-paragraph summary that sums
    up the central theme and main ideas of the book
    or article.
  4. Last, include a one to two-sentence critique of
    the source.

4
Sample Annotated Bibliography(Note Annotated
Bibliographies should be double spaced.)
  • Dombeck, Mark. Families Cause Eating
    Disorders. Eating Disorders. Ed. Lorraine
    Savage. Detroit Gale, 2008. Print. Mark
    Dombeck explains in this article that family
    dynamics are major contributing causes of eating
    disorders. According to Dombeck, the families
    of those suffering from an eating disorder may
    be dysfunctional, over-achieving, or just too
    controlling or close to the patient. He
    explains that any one of these things can caue a
    child to want to maintain his/her identity away
    from an overly-involved parent, an abusive
    family member, or some other related factor. The
    author states that children and teens may learn
    their disorder behaviors from a dieting parent
    or from another family member with an eating
    disorder. Many psychological issues may
    accompany these factors as well. This article,
    which illuminates family influences on eating
    disorders, is well-written and unbiased, stating
    facts and inferences from numerous credible
    sources. Although the article does not give a
    general overview of eating disorders, it provides
    relevant, important information related to the
    topic. The author holds a PhD, is a licensed
    psychiatrist, and is the director of
    Mentalhelp.net.

5
Citation
  • Put the MLA citation at the top of the page.
  • The format for the citation will vary depending
    on the type of source you use (e.g. book,
    encyclopedia article, database article, etc.)
  • 1st line goes all the way to the margin each
    subsequent line is indented 4 spaces. (You can
    just use the tab function.)
  • The citation itself will be double spaced.

6
Summary (or Annotation)
  • Begin your annotation (summary) immediately after
    your citation. (Do not include an extra space.)
  • Make sure that you indent the entire annotation
    as in the example above.
  • The annotation will also be double spaced.

7
Critique
  • For these evaluative comments, use the following
    as guiding questions
  • Does it seem like a reliable and current source?
    Why?
  • Is the research biased (favoring one side over
    another) or objective (presenting both sides
    equally)? Are the facts well documented?
  • Who is the author? Is s/he qualified in this
    subject? How do you know the qualifications of
    the author?
  • Is this source scholarly (school-like), popular,
    some of both?
  • How does it fit into your overall research?
    Compare/Contrast with another work youve cited.
  • Who is the intended audience for the article?
  • Is this a helpful resource? Too scholarly? Not
    scholarly enough?
  • Is the article too general or too specific? How
    does this work illuminate your bibliography
    topic?

8
Requirements
  • You will be required to do annotated
    bibliographies. (1 for each source used)
  • The annotated bibliographies must be typed in a
    reasonable font (Times New Roman12 font.)
  • English I must have a minimum of 3 sources with
    minimum 75 words per annotation (each source
    requires an annotation)
  • English II must have a minimum of 5 sources with
    minimum 100 words per annotation (each source
    requires an annotation)
  • These will be due at the beginning of the
    research paper process.
  • Due October 5.
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