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Presentation given as part of a workshop on annotated bibliographies.

Presentation given as part of a workshop on annotated bibliographies.

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    Annotated bibliography help - Year 2 Education Studies Annotated bibliography help - Year 2 Education Studies Presentation Transcript

    • Learning outcomes • To demonstrate an understanding of the range of information sources to be included in an annotated bibliography • To demonstrate an understanding of how to access these information sources • To demonstrate evaluation skills in relation to an annotated bibliography
    • Key questions (part 1) • What do you want to find? • Where will you find it? • How will you find it?
    • Group task • Identify three different types of information you have used in previous assignments • Evaluate their attributes using the checklist
    • Discussion • Which information sources do you think will be useful for the annotated bibliography? • Why?
    • Key questions (part 2) • Who has written the information you have found? • Are they writing from a particular perspective? • Who is the intended audience for the work? • Is it a critique/commentary of another’s theory?
    • Group task • Look at the information source you have been given on Assessment for Learning • Using the checklist, evaluate it • Now compare the items as a group