2. Annotated Bibliography of Five Sources Using MLA Citation Style
Find five sources (books, book chapters, articles, movies, web sites, etc.) to help you understand your initial research question and write an annotation* for each source. Use a variety of information sources (not all websites or all books). At least one source must be from a scientist.
*An annotation is a short (about 5 sentences) summary and evaluation of a source, which follows the citation. In each annotation, you must answer the following three questions:
You should also respond to at least one of the following questions:
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