CITATION MLA 8th editon
Each student is required to choose a particular work (that is either covered in class or represented in the text) and produces an annotated bibliography, consisting of four scholarly/refereed secondary sources, not to include the textbook, encyclopedia (reference) articles, or biographies.Sources: Each secondary source should be documented according to MLA (Modern Language Association) standards. Students should use Times New Roman font, 12 points. Websites such as Wikipedia, SparkNotes, BookRags, E-notes, etc. should not be used. Also, book reviews, overviews, and abstracts are prohibited. Instead, students should consult the library’s catalog and electronic databases, such as MLA Bibliography, JSTOR(Journal Storage), ProQuest, and Humanities Full-text for PDFversions of secondary sources. (Please do not use HTML versions, as they do not provide page numbers.) All annotations should be double-spaced and written in complete sentences.Annotations: In addition to being 150-200 words in length, each annotation should include a summary (80%) and an assessment/reflection (20%) (see handout). Note: First-person (I, me, my, mine) and second-person (you, you’re) should not be used.Presentation: Each student will present his/her bibliography to the class in a five-seven (5-7) minute oral presentation, which will highlight the most significant, useful, and/or interesting sources. The focus should be placed on various analyses of the selected literary work, not the author’s life.Handout: In addition to submitting the bibliography to the instructor, presenters must prepare a one-page original handout(created by the student, in the student’s own words), The student must be prepared to successfully field questions as well. The handout must be submitted (for dissemination and screen-sharing) prior to the presentation and should 1. include a summary of the specific work being researched–AB Topic2. briefly address the author’s bio and other primary works3. note key points from the presenter’s research findings, including full MLA citations and brief summaries of key points/arguments (two-four sentences) for at least two articles. Points will be deducted from submitted bibliographies that are not formatted correctly. (More information on the format will be addressed in class.)
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