For your annotated bib, pull a direct quote from any three of your sources that you intend to use for your research paper.  When referencing the quote, remember to infuse the in-text citation into your own sentence and utilize a parenthetical reference.

IMPORTANT: Make sure you are choosing reliable, trustworthy sources. If you are unsure about the source, consider running the CRAAP test, as found in this week’s module.

Then, for each entry, write a brief paragraph explaining why and how each quote (and source) furthers and/or supports your thesis.

Set up your annotated bib like this:

1.

WORKS CITED ENTRY:

QUOTE:

EXPLANATION:

2.

WORKS CITED ENTRY:

QUOTE:

EXPLANATION:

3.

WORKS CITED ENTRY:

QUOTE:

EXPLANATION:

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If I were completing an annotated bibliography on some of my research, one of the entries in my bib would look like the following:

  1. WORKS CITED ENTRY:

Levitin, Daniel. This Is Your Brain On Music. New York: Penguin Books, 2006. Print.

QUOTE: Dr. Daniel Levitin, a neuroscientist who is also an established musician, attempts to explore music and our innate responses to it. In his book This is Your Brain on Music, Levitin indicates that “when we listen to music, we are actually perceiving multiple attributes or ‘dimensions’” (14).

EXPLANATION: [one paragraph of explanation here!]

Type the information in a separate document, and upload it here. Remember, just like your writing assignments, the file must be uploaded as Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) document.

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