Creating Your Annotated Bibliography
Attached are my two prior assignments so you can do this. Including my list of research links you have to narrow down. 🙂
In this lesson, you have explored the purpose of annotated bibliographies and how to construct them. For this assignment, you will gather your ideas in the Annotated Bibliography Notes, and from these notes, you will create an annotated bibliography for submission. View this sample of an annotated bibliography.
All sources in your annotated bibliography will relate to the amendment or personal freedom you chose from the Bill of Rights.
Previously, you created a list of 12 sources to use in your research. Now, you will narrow that list to eight sourcesin your annotated bibliography. Your annotated bibliography will include:
- two sources related to the landmark court case you selected to relate to your topic
- two sources related to an advocateâ€™s statements related to your topic
- two sources related to contemporary court cases related to your topic
- one multi-media source related to your topic (video, slideshow, infographic, or other multi-media source)
- the citation for the amendment from the Bill of Rights you selected as your topic
For each source, you will include:
- the MLA citation
- two sentences explaining what the source is and what it contains
- one sentence explaining what use the source might be when writing your paper
Follow these steps to create your own annotated bibliography.
Step 1â€”Take Notes
Use the Annotated Bibliography Notes to gather the information you need to formulate a final bibliography.
To write correctly formatted citations in this assignment, use the MLA Formatting Guide for reference as you work. You may also use online resources to help create citations, such as EasyBib or Son of Citation Machine. Simply submit the information from your sources, such as the title, author, URL, and date of publication, and the MLA citation will be created automatically on these websites. Check that it is correctly formatted before you submit your work.
Step 2â€”Create a final annotated bibliography
Using the notes you completed in Step 1, create your final annotated bibliography and include the eight required sources. You will submit this final copy.