I have to do a what???. Annotated Bibliographies A presentation for the Lake Michigan Writing Project Summer 2010 Dawn Evans email@example.com. ANNOTATE. Summarize and/or Evaluate. Bibliography. Sources used in researching a particular topic. . Resources. Books Journal Articles - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
I have to do a what???
I have to do a what???Annotated Bibliographies A presentation for the Lake Michigan Writing Project Summer 2010
Dawn Evansevansda@gvsu.eduRemember APA style formatting.1ANNOTATESummarizeand/or Evaluate
2BibliographySources used in researching a particular topic.
3ResourcesBooksJournal Articles Websites PeriodicalsNewspaper articles Audio/Video resources (dvds, podcasts, television shows, documentaries,etc.)
4Putting it all togetherAnnotated Bibliography = a summary and/or evaluation of resources used in research.5Types of ABsSummarize
Reflect6SummarizeWhat are the main points made by the author(s)?
What arguments are the author(s) making in the resource?
How will I describe what the article is about, if somebody asks?
7AssessIs the article useful?
How does it compare with the other resources?
Is it reliable?
Is it biased or objective?
8ReflectHow does this article fit with what I am trying to ascertain?
How can I use this resource?
Is it helpful? Does it help me shape my arguments?Does it make me think any differently (a different take on your topic)?
Share ABs from the Wikis:ENG 308/06 Wiki 6ENG 308/04 Wiki 8Allow group to examine each for about 2 minutes.Ask what they notice about the ABs.
9Critical ThinkingTo be critical is not to be "negative" or even to "disagree. Rather, critical thinking refers to a process of reflecting deeply: in thinking critically we try to shed greater light on an idea, unpack its implicit assumptions, and build through distancing and recapitulation a larger, constructive view.The essence of criticism consists not of disagreement with the text, but of distance from the text. Dr. Martha Reineke (UNI)One of the most difficult things for my students is thinking critically about what they read. Most tend to accept the text they read in an unquestioning manner.10Read, Encode, Annotate, PonderRRead the text. Jot down the title and author EEncode the text by putting the main ideas in your own words/language AAnnotate the text by writing a statement that summarizes the important pointsPPonder the text by thinking and talking about what you learned. Ask yourself why the author wrote the text. What do you think the author hopes youll learn?
Read-Encode-Annotate-Ponder (REAP) is a teaching method developed by M.G. Eanet & A.V. Manzo at University of Missouri- Kansas City in 1976. It is a strategy developed for students to use to improve writing, thinking, and reading. As a teaching method, it is intended to teach students a variety of ways to respond to any text. The responses are brief and poignant ways to critique or annotate what they have read. There are different types of annotations which range from simple summary (reconstructive) to highly challenging critical-creative responses (constructive). Following this slide, allow 10 minutes for thinking and starting the AB.11Value of Annotated BibliographiesReaders have to discriminate & synthesize what the author is sayingReaders have to restate text in their own wordsEncourages reflective thinkingAnnotations ensure meaningful reading and encourage clear and concise thinking and writing Annotations enhance reader's knowledge base as well as improve thinking and writing skills12