Project 1: Annotated Bibliography
An Annotated Bibliography is a part of the initial academic research process that is useful for organizing and assessing your sources.
It is an alphabetized list of sources, cited in MLA format, with each followed by a short summary of the source, and sometimes, a brief statement about its usefulness for the research project.
This project asks you to practice your research, citation, and summarization skills in order to make an Annotated Bibliography of your own.
There is no set number of sources or page count, however, I’d suggest NO MORE THAN 4 pages. You will be assessed based on the depth of your research (i.e., quantity and quality of sources), the clarity and efficiency (brevity + effective detail) of your summaries, and your citation/organization accuracy/abilities.
Proper title and heading, ABC order. 12 pt. font. Double-spaced.
I choose the subject how to control children and deal with them when they get angry and how to be a calm when they act like that and how you make your kids successful and happy.