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'''Annotated Bibliography for 5 Sources (worth 5 pts. towards P2)'''
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'''Annotated Bibliography for 5 Sources'''

Each group will create an annotation for each source that addresses the following:

* What is the sources main argument?

* What perspective(s) is/are being presented?

* How do you know this is a credible source?

* How does this source fit into the context of your issue?


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* '''Discuss the sources your group has found and the assess or determine the direction of your progress?'''

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* '''Annotated Bibliographies'''
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* What makes a source strong?
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* '''What makes a source strong?'''
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* '''Begin analyzing sources.'''
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%red%'''Each group will give a 3-5 minute presentation answering these questions:'''

* '''What is your issue?'''

* '''What is the exigence for your sources?'''

* '''Who are the rhetors of some of your sources?'''

* '''Who is the audience for some of your sources?'''

* '''What are the constraints or factors in the situation's context?'''
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'''In class:'''

* APA Style & Formatting

* Group work - Source Selection

* Group presentation

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!%green%Source Selection

Your group will share and discuss the sources that each group member has found. As a group, you will select the 5 strongest sources from your group's pool of sources about your chosen subject.

* What makes a source strong?

->''credibility, evidence, currency, perspective, relevance''

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