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How to write an annotated bibliography
How to write an annotated bibliography
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  • 1. How to Write an Annotated Bibliography Sage LibraryNewbury Park High School
  • 2. What is it? An annotated bibliography is a list of sources (books, journals, websites, periodicals, etc.) one has used for researching a topic that includes a summary and evaluation of each of the sources.
  • 3. Purpose The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited.
  • 4. Excellent Preparation When you have to write annotations for each source, youre forced to read each source more carefully. You begin to read more critically instead of just collecting information.
  • 5. Format of the annotation Use the third person – do not use “I”, “me”, or “my.” Use the literary present tense. Examples: “This article discusses…” “In this article the author supports…” “This book gives a detailed view on…” “This article describes…”
  • 6. FormatSource #1Citation One paragraph –specifically what was learned that further expanded ideas about my thesis or clarified questions about my book. Paraphrased notes (page numbers from books) Direct quotations – statements that are written in a way that they would lose impact if I tried to paraphrase (page numbers from books) One paragraph - evaluation of the source – specifically why it was helpful

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