ENG 123 Module Three Submission: Annotating Your Sources Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: Now that we have discussed the importance of using credible secondary sources for your project, let’s start annotating! Don't worry—we are going to
walk through the process one step at a time. This week, you will be given access to an interactive writing plan generator that has specific questions to help guide
you. In this section, we will first focus on finding your three required sources. Then we will help you summarize those sources, evaluate their credibility, and
explain how these sources will help support your argument. If you found a source that passed the CRAAP test earlier in this module, feel free to use that as one
of your sources. If you decided to alter your keywords and would like to start your research from scratch, that is fine too!
Prompt: In this activity, you will create a bibliography entry by following the steps in MindEdge and answering the questions as thoroughly as possible. The
questions will prompt you to engage in a conversation with your sources. You will need to complete this activity three times (for your three different sources).
A few reminders:
You may find one source on the internet, but the remainder of your sources must come from either the Opposing Viewpoints database or the Academic
Search Complete database.
At least one of your three sources should present a counterargument, a position that an opponent of your argument might make.
Be sure to test all of your sources using the CRAAP method.