Each annotation needs to be a minimum of 250 words (not including the citation).

Each annotation needs to be a minimum of 250 words (not including the citation). If you read longer articles, consider that the annotation will also be longer.
Outline for an individual annotation;
Each annotation is divided into two parts: the citation and annotation itself.
Part I: Bibliographic citation: APA Reference or MLA Works Cited entry. Under each entry you must, at minimum, have 3 paragraphs addressing each question in the items below.
Part II: The annotation itself is divided into three paragraphs:
First paragraph: Credibility of the author. Audience for the journal (not the article itself)
A. Research the author(s) and write about his/her ethos. Research all named authors and if there are several, try to see what they may have in common and describe them in that manner. For example, they may all have similar degrees or attended the same graduate program. Provide a brief description of the author’s credibility to write about this topic.
B. Research the journal/publication. Who are the intended readers for this kind of professional publication or journal?
Second Paragraph: Analyze the argument, claims, and proof being used
A. What position is being argued? What kind of claims does the author make (definition, cause/effect, problem/solution, or value: see this online resource for guidance (scroll to Types of claims at this linkLinks to an external site.): Cover this aspect carefully and completely; quote from the article where appropriate using properly formatted in –text citations:
B. How does this writer’s overall argument compare with what other writers have had to say on this issue or topic? How has this writer’s profession, experiences, interests, or personal values influenced her/his position?
C. What sort of evidence/proof is used to back up the claims? (See this online resource for guidanceLinks to an external site. and show where and how the author of your source uses them.)
D. How reliable, relevant, complete, and accurate is this evidence? How has the writer used the three appeals (ethos, logos, and pathos)? Cover this aspect carefully and completely; quote from the article where appropriate using correctly formatted in-text citations.
Third Paragraph: Reflect
A. Identify a general reaction, theme or idea, a quote, a paraphrase, or some other element from the writing that you might include in a discussion of the topic/issue you are exploring in your writing.
B. How does this source matter to your research and answer your research questions? For which audience might the material from the source be appropriate if you were making an argument to that audience/those audiences?

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