An annotated bibliography
Crisis and Traumatic Development with Ecological Intervention
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The term “Annotated” means that each source listed must include directly below its title a brief single-spaced paragraph 4 to 5 sentences in length describing what the particular article covers. These paragraphs must be written in the student’s own words. Each paragraph must end with a statement of how its respective article is related to one or more others on the bibliography and how it is linked to the course Literature Review paper topic.
Annotated Bibliography Rubric
Clearly articulated thesis, relevant to course content and to the annotated articles
Article Appropriateness & Relevance
The degree to which the selected articles are evidence-based, peer-reviewed, and relevant to the thesis; Article choices which are non-scholarly or which don’t meet the requirements for inclusion will result in a loss of points.
Article Annotation & Critical Thinking
Evidence of academically mature insight and use of critical thinking skills in analyzing the articles; clear and thorough articulation of each paper’s key points
Compliance with APA paper formatting standards
Spelling & Grammar
Minimal to no grammar, spelling, or basic writing errors