Eng 104 Week 6 Notes
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Date Created: 02/18/16
ENG 104 THURS 2/18 Annotation Workshop day Purpose of a bibliography Why do u list references- to increase your credibility as a writer Why do you cite references in your paper- avoid plagiarism and to give credit Why would the bib be beneficial to a writer and to a reader- for readers to read further and be able to check credibility of sources, and for a writer so you could use them again and not plagiarize What’s the purpose of annotations? Why would they be beneficial- to remember the details about and organize your sources. Whats is an annotation? -a summery of the work you’ve read -allow you to summarize the source (both purpose and content) and to begin planning how you will use the source in your final paper -as with a reference page, sources are listed alphabetically WP #2 STEP 1: establish credibility of source/author. This will help you introduce your source/author in your paper and build ethos. STEP 2: summarize. This will help you remember when you begin writing your paper. STEP 3: analyze and compare to other sources. This will help identify what aspect of the topic is unique to the source. STEP 4: connect the source to the paper you’ll produce. This will help you solidify a strategy to write your paper.
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