Simple Annotated Bibliography Checklist



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Sources within the Annotated Bibliography: A total of at least five (5) sources: Steven Pinker s The Moral Instinct 2-3 Ancestor Sources from Pinker (from Pre-Draft B s Research Menu ) 1-2 Topic Related Sources Optional: An Additional Big Name Source For each of those sources: Correct MLA Works Cited citation Summary with the following requirements: Name(s) the Scholar(s) Credentials of the Scholar(s) Main Claim (what did they find out ) Explanation of Main Claim Study/Investigation (how did they go about exploring their main claim ) Goal/Purpose of Study/Investigation (how did the study relate to their inquiry ) Report the Results (what did the study reveal ) Each entry will require roughly 8-12 sentences, not including the MLA citation Exploration of Sources: One Page Synthesis (at the end of your 5 annotated bibliography entries) that explores one, or more, of the following: Explain how these sources are furthering your thinking about morality Explain any connections you see between the sources Explain any connections you see to unexpected topics Explain the strengths and weaknesses of the perspectives in each source.




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