Write an Annotated Bibliography in 10 Easy Steps

Annotated Bibliography Activity Instructions

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How to Create an Annotated Bibliography in Ten Easy Steps

Instructions

  1. Read and review the PowerPoint presentation: How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
  2. Watch the screen cast: Using EBSCO
  3. Read the article: How to Read a Research Study Article
  4. Begin your search, here are some ideas:
    1. Core Literacy Standards and Content areas
    2. Core Standards Implementation
    3. Middle School Literacy and Teacher Attitudes
    4. Early Childhood Literacy and Parent Involvement
    5. Literacy Standards and Student Equity
    6. Core Literacy Standards and Student Choice

Use these ideas, mix and match, or develop you own idea

  1. Complete your review of the literature using  the Using EBSCO screen cast
  2. Choose five to seven article to read, apply what you learned in the article How to Read a Research Study Article
  3. Choose five to ten articles to annotate
  4. Write your annotated bibliography applying what you learned in the presentation, How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
  5. Check your work, using the resources from this activity and the Annotated Bibliography Rubric
  6. Turn in your completed project

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