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Crucible Research Project

Crucible Research Project

Crucible Research Project

Standard: 11-12.W.TTP.1 Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning supported by relevant and sufficient evidence. a. Introduce precise claim(s). b. Develop claim(s), supplying evidence for each claim while pointing out the strengths and limitations of both in a manner that anticipates the audience’s knowledge level and concerns.

Objective: Use online databases to prepare an annotated bibliography using MLA formatting to support answering your question:

Using your

Copy the MLA source citation into a document titled “Annotated Bibliography”. Put the sources in alphabetical order.


For each source, summarize, assess, and reflect on the information within the source. Make sure to “answer” your research question with this analysis.

At the completion of this research assignment, you should have one document titled “Annotated Bibliography: The Crucible” with FIVE sources in MLA format. Each source should have a short paragraph about each source that summarizes the information, assesses the value of the source, and reflects on how you can use this information in your paper. DO NOT USE personal pronouns in this analysis (I,you, me, etc).

Annotated Bibliography Grading Rubric
*Attach this rubric to your bibliography when you turn it in*
      Category                                   Points Comments
Content of annotations: Do the annotations include a direct quotation and paraphrase sentence? Is there specific analysis to answer the question?
/20
Citations: Are the citations structured correctly according to MLA style?  Are there any errors?
/20
Credibility of Sources: Are the sources academically credible?  Are the sources all directly related to the research question?
/20
Variety of sources: Are 5 sources included? Do the sources come from a variety of media?
/20
Conventions & mechanics: Is the piece grammatically sound?  Are there any misspellings and/or typos?  Are there errors in structure and/or punctuation?
/20
               Total =     /100


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