+ Preliminary Genre Analysis Submit your revision to LiveText by July 20th Describe the changes that you made to your graded draft. How have you earned a higher grade?
+ Format: Introduction Yourbib needs to have a brief (approx. 1 paragraph) introduction that includes: Purpose of the bib Ties your sources together Describeshow your bib will further help you analyze your major/community
Write+Sample Introduction:After exploring genres common to the field of psychology through apreliminary genre analysis, I continued analyzing the language andgenres of my field by tracing an argument relevant to psychologists.I gathered articles relating to the connection between toddlers’language training and adolescent learning. I found academic articlesrelating to this topic, and traced the arguments and patternscommon to these articles. Through my research, I have foundsources claiming that toddler language training is crucial toadolescent proficiency (Smith; Jones; Meri) and others who claimthat toddler language training can have a limited impact on adultlearners (Wayne; Emig; Rice). These sources have helped me toidentify the various aspects of this issue in relation to the field ofpsychology. In addition, these articles have helped me continueexploring the genre conventions that I will need to learn as I enter anew community through my major.
+ Format Intro Citation Precis Tie to your topic and sources Citation Precis Tie to your topic and sources
+ Don’t forget Snooki! Snooki asserts that becoming a Snooki requires a tan, pink lipstick, a poof, and animal prints. Snooki supports this assertion by transforming a young girl into a Snooki by doing her makeup and hair, and giving her an animal print scarf. Her purpose was to show that becoming a Snooki requires a hair and makeup transformation in order to have the perfect Snooki look. Her intended audience is young girls who look up to Snooki, and she targets this audience by using a young girl in her example.
+ General Formatting List each entry in alphabetical order Do not number your entries Double space your bibliography Do not add extra spaces between entries Use hanging indent after the first line of citation Shoot for 10 annotations
+ In your groups… Come up with a list of criteria to include in your annotated bib. (Summary of sources, description of authors, correct citations…). You can use the assignment sheet and the student sample posted on our FB page. Rankthem in order, from most to least important.
+ Peer ReviewEmail your paper to one person in yourgroup. Then, use the guidelines that we havedeveloped to assess your peer’s work. Whatgrade would you give them? Why? Whatsuggestions do you have for improvement?Remember to write them a note at the end ofthe document, where you describe yoursuggestions.
+ Once you get your bib back, write How useful is the feedback that you received, on a scale of 1- 10? Why would you give it this rating?