Annotated Bibliography – Topic is Poverty

Critical Thinking Assignment (95 Points)

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There is only one Critical Thinking assignment option for this module.

Annotated Bibliography

In Module 2, you began conducting research for your final paper examining a state or global social issue. By now, you already have a developed research topic and a working thesis statement, along with a small bibliography of resources for support.

For this Critical Thinking assignment, you are to add three credible sources to your original Annotated Bibliography, for a total of at least five credible sources.

Annotate all sources, using college-level writing skills and proper APA style for quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing sources. Begin your annotated bibliography by describing your research plan at the top of the page.

Requirements:

To fulfill the research component of this assignment, you must:

  • Conduct several searches using any of the databases in the University Library.
  • Select scholarly peer-reviewed sources from your library search that support the topics and arguments you plan to present in your Portfolio Project.
  • Select scholarly three to five peer-reviewed sources from your library search that support the topics and arguments you plan to present in your Portfolio Project.

To fulfill the written component of this assignment, you must:

  • Include a title page that is formatted in proper APA style. List APA-style references in alphabetical order along with your unique paragraph summaries.
  • Annotated paragraphs must be original and should not be copied from abstracts or other summaries. Format your assignment according to APA style as outlined in the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA.
  • Your annotated bibliography should be double-spaced with one-inch margins and use 12-point Times New Roman font.

Your annotations should contain at least one of the following elements:

  • A summary, in your own words, of the information presented in the article.
  • Your analysis of the best use of this information for your final paper, written in your own words.
  • Identification of a possible topic sentence and/or claim the information will support.

Refer to the Critical Thinking Rubric available in the Module 3 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading.

 

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