Create an Annotated Works Cited based on ONE of the topics below.
These topics will be for your final Research Essay (due on Dec.
This article was co-authored by Christopher Taylor, Ph D.
Christopher Taylor is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at Austin Community College in Texas.
8th), but the purpose of the Annotated Works Cited is (1) to jump-start your brainstorming process and (2) to help you find the secondary sources that you will eventually need to incorporate into your final Research Essay.
Your Annotated Works Cited must contain at least 4 correctly referenced secondary sources and 1-2 primary sources: the essay(s) from Broadview you will be writing on.THIS assignment is intended to prepare you to write your Research Paper.On PAGE 2-3 of this assignment, you can find your Research Paper Topics.If you are proposing your own topic (option #4) and you need instructor approval in order to proceed.PART 1: THE RESEARCH PROPOSAL, 200-400 WORDS (WORTH 5%): This assignment asks you to produce a proposal of 200-400 words describing the research paper you intend to pursue.Reminder: Pick a text you have not written or presented on. CHOOSE YOUR OWN TOPIC (WITH INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL): In your research proposal, announce that you are proposing a new topic.Your topic must be rooted in one or two of the texts we’ve examined this term and must meet instructor approval.He received his Ph D in English Literature and Medieval Studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014.If you’re writing in MLA format, the Works Cited page is the final piece to the puzzle that is your paper. Indent 5 spaces for second and subsequent lines of the same entry. Keep typing until you run out of room at the end of the line.