Research: Continue to find sources to help you research your working thesis. You

Research: Continue to find sources to help you research your working thesis. You may use some or all of the sources from your exploratory essay and research proposal, or you may decide that some of those sources are no longer relevant to your refined thesis. For your annotated bibliography, include only sources you think you might actually use for your Module 5 Assignment: Researched Argument Essay. You will need at least eight relevant, quality sources for this assignment.
Pre-Write: Read each source carefully, noting its main arguments and relevant support. Evaluate each source for credibility, argument, support, and relevance.
Write: Construct your annotated bibliography. Each source should have its own annotated entry. For each source’s entry, you should write:
An MLA Style Works Cited entry
3-4 sentences of summary
3-4 sentences of evaluation
2-3 sentences of reflection on the usefulness/relevance of the source to your research project/working thesis
Tips for Success:
Your annotated bibliography should have 8-10 sources (no more, no less). Of those eight sources, at least four of them should be academic journal articles. The other sources should be a mix of magazine, news, internet, podcast, TED Talk, documentary, or other less traditional source types. No more than two sources should be general websites.
Carefully follow the formatting guidelines in the resources found on the Exploration page. Annotated bibliographies should be alphabetized and should use a hanging indent.

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